Support Us

There are a number of simple ways you can support our work.

You can buy a tree through Treebay and we will plant it for you. There are options for the types of trees you can buy and ways you can dedicate them to people.

You can volunteer your time to Roots for the Future too. We are looking for people to give time and share their skills. From helping at events to sharing your professional expertise, there are lots of ways you can contribute. Please contact us via the contact form to let us know how you would like to get involved.

 

Corporate partners

 

We are looking for corporate partners in the South East who are interested in sustainability, responsibility and carbon offsetting.

We would like to partner with SMEs in the region who have employee volunteering schemes. There are a number of professional skills we are keen to make use of and welcome offers of volunteer hours. Please get in touch if you have a CSR or environmental policy you would like to develop with us.

We also offer team building away days for companies develop their staff relationships in the outdoors.

We are looking for Corporate partners who are interested in offsetting their carbon footprints at a hyperlocal level by supporting our tree planting workshops.

Contact us to find out more.

Invite us to plant on your land

We are always looking for land to plant trees on, either on behalf of or with the community. This could be private land, common land, public areas, or communal green areas.

Get in touch if you have a suitable piece of land that you would like to have trees planted on.

Many thanks to

A number of people, companies and institutions have been extremely supportive and generous with their time, skills and advice as we set up. With particular thanks to: Van Arnhem Nursery for their corporate support, Honey Brothers for their corporate support and land to plant on, Godalming Town Council for grant support, Waverley Borough Council for granting permission to plant, Surrey County Council for grant support, Third City for their PR support, Krell for designing the our logo, Beth Ormerod for her design contributions, Surrey Hill Enterprises for supplying us with land, staff at the South East Forestry Commission for their advice and support.

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Roots for the Future shared VICE Australia's video.Thursday, October 18th, 2018 at 5:31pm
This is the future! Along with planting lots of trees.
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"The technology is ready." This is how Co2 could be used to fuel our society.
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Roots for the Future shared Yvonne Alexander's video.Monday, October 1st, 2018 at 11:43am
For the past five years, Adrian Houston has travelled the world photographing trees that hold a special meaning for a diverse cross section of people. "Trees are among the most important organisms on Earth, yet we continue to abuse them. Rainforests once covered 14% of the earth’s land surface; now they cover a mere 6%. In 40 years they could disappear altogether. Such is my concern that I recently decided to give these trees a voice through the art of photography."
Joanna Lumley visited the exhibition.
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Roots for the FutureWednesday, September 26th, 2018 at 7:58am
It's all the rage! Caitlin Moran has come out as a tree hugger.

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Thursday, August 30th, 2018 at 11:07am
The yew tree is a native tree which was held sacred by the Druids in pre-Christian times. They observed the tree's qualities of longevity self-regeneration. This is why you find them in churchyards - people already worshiped near yews trees. #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/pfWownufBg rootsforfuture photo
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Thursday, August 2nd, 2018 at 2:19pm
Not quite back-to-school summer fun days with Roots for the Future.
30th and 31st August, 9:15am to 3:15pm.
Run by DBS checked professionals, qualified in paediatric first aid.
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Tuesday, July 17th, 2018 at 3:40pm
#SocEnt Roots for the Future is holding summer clubs for nature and outdoor loving 7-11 year olds in #Godalming #Farncombe not far from #Guildford #Farnborough. Booking essential! More info https://t.co/11TxHsEpfk #charitytuesday
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Tuesday, July 10th, 2018 at 11:49am
We are holding SUMMER CLUB workshops for 7-11 year olds this summer holiday in #Farncombe #Godalming. Outdoor games & discovery, learning about nature & how trees are fundamental to life on earth. Only 20 spots available for each so book now https://t.co/11TxHsEpfk
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