Alliance for Community Trees is a national nonprofit dedicated to improving the health and livability of cities by planting and caring for trees.
Join with us and add your voice to this powerful national movement.
With over 200 local member organizations in 44 states and Canada, ACTrees engages volunteers to take action to improve the environment where over 90% of people live—in urban areas. ACTrees member organizations have planted and cared for 15 million trees in cities with help from 5 million volunteers.
Benefits of Membership
- A national voice for the value of trees in our communities. ACTrees is the only national organization representing the united voice of hundreds of community tree-planting organizations.
- National NeighborWoods™ Month. Connect with this exciting national public awareness campaign and call to action.
- Access to scholarships and grants. In 2012 ACTrees expects to distribute over $400,000 to ACTrees member organizations.
- Online resources and research. Get the tools to give your organization a boost in carrying out its mission.
- Networking. ACTrees Annual Member Meeting and Public Policy Summit increase your connection to environmental, political, and community leaders.
- Education and training. Gain access to the latest best practices from across the U.S. through webinars, training sessions, and seminars.
- ACTrees member newsletters. The latest policy, research, and grant information—along with local and national tree news—delivered electronically.
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Individual donations are critical to ACTrees success. Plant a tree, support a local community tree-planting organization, or support ACTrees mission. Donate now
“As always, ACTrees is right on the ball.”
- Rene Lafflam, Executive Director, RNeighbors
“I am loving what a great job you and the staff are doing with ACTrees, and especially Neighborwoods. What a difference. Thank you!!!”
- Andy Lipkis, President, TreePeople
“KIB is really pleased with the amazing amount of support we receive from ACTrees.”
- Andrew Hart, Director of Urban Forestry, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful