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.

Our work has been made possible thanks to



Our Facebook

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Roots for the FutureWednesday, September 1st, 2021 at 2:36pm
We spent a happy couple of hours walking around the beautiful trees we are lucky to have in Godalming's Broadwater Park last month.
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Roots for the FutureMonday, August 16th, 2021 at 9:40am
And the winners are....
First prize #58
Second prize #13
Third prize #31
I will be in touch with the winners by text.
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Roots for the FutureSaturday, August 14th, 2021 at 5:30pm
We were at the Godalming Green Gala today. We sold loads of raffle tickets for the three tree prizes we have - a candyfloss tree the big one you see is first prize, the two dappled willows are second prize and the little baby Christmas tree is third prize. We have some raffle tickets left if you want to buy some. £1 each. You can pay by PayPal. Message us for details. We'll be doing the draw Sunday or Monday! Thanks!

Our Twitter

Monday, November 15th, 2021 at 12:53pm
We planted 50 saplings with Hale School in Farnham while dignitaries from around the world were negotiating how to cut carbon emissions and limit global warming to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels at #COP26
Sunday, November 14th, 2021 at 11:24am
If the organisers of Glasgow's #COP26 want to offset the actual event, we're always open to new partnerships for our tree planting projects
Friday, November 12th, 2021 at 6:12am
We planted a sweet smelling Katsura tree with Godalming Councillors Shirley Faraday and Michael Steel, and Dr David Faraday, Trustee and Chair of What Next? to mark the closing days of #COP26 and celebrating the newly established What Next? Climate Emergency Centre for #Waverley rootsforfuture photo
Thursday, November 11th, 2021 at 8:12am
Yesterday we planted 50 tree saplings in little nature clumps with @HaleFarnham's year 4, the UK's future climate warriors.
Plus it was plastic free planting!
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Tuesday, November 2nd, 2021 at 7:14am
We will be planting a hedge of 50 wild cherry and hornbeam trees with future eco heroes from a school in #Godalming on #OutdoorClassroomDay. Watch this space! rootsforfuture photo
Monday, November 1st, 2021 at 12:10pm
The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago.
The second best time is now.