Join the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. (NCNW) in planting trees in partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation in Haiti, Senegal, and Mali.
Haiti’s mangrove forests help to stabilize shorelines, improve the quality of the water, and provide a natural habitat for fish and other coastal sea life in addition to supporting coral reef health. These mangrove areas are in need of replanting. Working with Eden Reforestation Project and the Arbor Day Foundation, we will be helping to restore mangrove trees in coastal marsh systems in southern Haiti.
Senegal + Mali
Both Senegal and Mali face significant problems with poverty, hunger, and deforestation. Our efforts in these African countries focus on working directly with farmers and farmer groups, educating them on agroforestry approaches and helping them plant trees on their land. These efforts will not only support the natural ecosystem but also provide more stable sources of food and income for farmers.
Make checks payable to:
NCNW - Attn: Trees of Hope
633 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20004
Electronic pay options will be posted shortly.