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Trees for Climate Change


Give a tree now to combat climate change long-term! 
The desert is creeping south at a rate of three miles a year in Darfur which is at the forefront of global warming. Planting trees will help hold back the desert. Donate a tree today on behalf of a loved one and help us turn the desert green again!

What sort of trees do we plant?

Kids for Kids plants over 14 different varieties of trees in Darfur including Neem, Moringa, Baobab, Nabuk and Citrus Fruit Trees, and Acacia Senegal. These provide important byproducts that we teach people to use, help to reforest the desert, give fruit to hungry children and provide shade from the hot desert sun. Most important of all, they stabilise the desert and create a mini climate. Fruit provides excellent nutrition, and having this food source close at hand is even more important in these troubled times, when venturing away from home is dangerous.

£10 ($12.50) plants five seedlings in a community garden
£15 ($19) plants three trees outside straw huts in our villages to provide shade and fruit
£45 ($56) is enough for 20 fruit trees in a village

To give your Tree(s) as a gift please fill in the Order Note at Checkout according to the details below.


Product Description

Order a Tree Certificate – personalised for your loved one!  

If you would like to give the gift of trees to a loved one for any occasion please include details in the ‘Order Notes’ box as you check out so we can make you a Gift Certificate!  Do not hesitate to get in touch with us directly by email at with your order reference number if you prefer.  


What we need:  Donor Name (As you wish it to appear on the certificate), Recipient Name (as you wish it to appear on the certificate), Occasion (Birthday/Christmas etc), and the address or email address that you would like us to send the certificate to. 

Additional Information

Tree Type

One Tree for Shade, Three Trees for Climate Change, 20 Fruit Trees