Tree Action UK, Crawley


Tree Action is a registered not for profit community interest company looking to engage businesses, local authorities and schools in tree planting, maintenance and environmental projects on school grounds and public spaces to improve mental wellness and the health of young people.

You can also volunteer with them via website



  • To connect young people with tree planting projects in their own schools and colleges, and with the environment, giving them an opportunity to make a difference, whilst making good use of grounds for tree planting projects.
  • To connect volunteers and their families with tree planting events and projects on public and private land that make for an amazing family day out.
  • To connect corporate supporters to tree planting projects in their area, so they can make a direct and positive contribution to their environment, communities and sustainability.
  • To develop plans for students and volunteers to regularly care for and maintain young trees properly until they are well established, CO2 munching.



They are now raising funds for an orchard of 20 trees for Woodgate Primary Schools Tree Project in Pease Pottage, W. Sussex. To support this campaign use the QR Code below:


Tree Action is a not-for-profit company that helps Sussex-based schools plan, fund and execute tree-planting projects, giving school children the opportunity to have their own trees to look after. After five successful school projects they are running a Crowdfunder campaign to raise funds for a project in Woodgate Primary Academy in Pease Pottage. They are hoping to raise £5000 which will pay for the academy’s forest school to have a forest of 20 fruit and woodland trees plus protection and extra tools to maintain them. You can read more  about their previous projects here –


Tree planting projects, and the education Tree Action provide to help school children maintain them independently, allow them to feel part of the solution to the climate crisis while enjoying the well-known benefits of engagement with nature for mental health. If you would like to help the children, school staff and families of the Crawley area experience these long-term benefits please donate via the Crowdfunder page linked here –


WWF and the RSPB are matchfunding the campaign 2:1, meaning that if you donate £250 they will add £500 to your donation, leading to an overall £750 going towards the campaign. Your donations will go even further with this campaign thanks to this extra funding, so if you are looking to make the biggest difference to your local community, from the ground up, then this is the place to start.


The campaign will be open to donations until September the 5th.

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