School Fundraising with Earth Day Network and ForestNation

Get Your Students Growing!

Tree Kits are the greenest School Fundraiser ever! They’re also a socially responsible and sustainable learning activity that lasts a lifetime.

Ask your local community to grow trees with you and raise the funds your schools needs. We’ll also plant matching trees in developing countries.

It is really easy to start!

  • Motivate students with free lesson resources and sing along music video.
  • Use fundraising forms to collect pre-orders and funds upfront. See attached pdf.
  • Or purchase tree kits now to super charge your fundraiser. Students can grow their own trees first and have stock to sell directly.

Fundraise anyway you like with any profit margin you need.

You plant one we plant one

You encourage your local community to grow their own trees.

We plant matching trees in developing countries for each tree kit you sell.

We’ll help you make a positive impact with the Greenest Fundraiser ever!

* We’ll guide you every step of the way… Together We Plant Trees!

  • "A ForestNation would be beautiful and healthy for both humans and creatures. It would be green as far as you could see and the air would be so fresh and crisp."
    Danielle - Castlebay ParentCastlebay Lane Charter School
  • "It's important to take care of the earth and keep it clean so we have a pretty environment to live in."
    Lauren - 1st GraderCastlebay Lane Charter School
  • "I love trees because they are a great place to sit and read a book with a friend."
    Ethan - KindergartenerCastlebay Lane Charter School
  • Ascension Lutheran School in Thousand Oaks, Canada, will be planting a white alder in our teaching garden on Friday morning. Blessings!! (Tree Planting Day 1. See their tree)
    Tiffany Napierala ~ Ascension Lutheran School
  • "We need to take care of the earth because it is our only home."
    Nate - 1st GraderCastlebay Lane Charter School
  • "I think a Forest Nation would be really fun, and we'd have our own tree that we'd be able to see how it develops and grow and take care of it."
    Caitlyn - 3rd GraderCastlebay Lane Charter School
  • "I care about the trees and that we are able to live a happy life."
    SeanSt. John the Evangelist Catholic School, Whitby, Ontario
  • AP Human Geography and Earth Science classes at Atkins High School in Arkansas planted a Red Oak tree in honor of Global Cooperation day! We are doing our part! (See their tree)
    Margaret Robinson ~ Atkins High School in Arkansas
  • "I love trees because you can put swings and things in them."
    Samantha - 1st GraderCastlebay Lane Charter School
  • "I like trees because you can climb them, you can put a swing on them and you can put a treehouse in them. "
    Nick - 3rd GraderCastlebay Lane Charter School
  • "I think a place where everyone grew their own tree would be inspiring, especially children planting trees - I believe that it would encourage everyone, even our littlest citizens to take care of the earth in a very special way."
    Christine - ParentCastlebay Lane Charter School
  • "I love trees because they give us paper and maple syrup."
    Caitlyn - 3rd GraderCastlebay Lane Charter School
  • "I love trees because they are a part of Nature that we can’t live without."
    IsabelleSt. John the Evangelist Catholic School, Whitby, Ontario
  • "I love trees because they are a gift from God."
    IsabelleSt. John the Evangelist Catholic School, Whitby, Ontario
  • "It is important to take care of the Earth because we need a clean, safe, healthy, and beautiful environment for all the world's children, and for all the future generations of children to come."
    Mrs. Dorfman - TeacherCastlebay Lane Charter School
  • "It's important to take care of the earth so it’s healthy and we have a place to live for a long time."
    Cameron - 3rd GraderCastlebay Lane Charter School