Case Study: Trees for the Future

Trees for the Future began accepting crypto to hit their fundraising targets in the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. They’re now fundraising and forming partnerships that educate the NFT and crypto communities on their potential to make a positive impact.
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About Trees for the Future

Trees for the Future (TREES) is a regenerative agroforestry nonprofit that works with farming communities in semi-arid Sub-Saharan Africa to transform landscapes and solve today’s most pressing challenges: hunger, poverty, and deforestation. TREES’ Forest Garden Approach is centered around sustainable agriculture and agroforestry techniques capable of revitalizing degraded soils and bringing life back to the land. Through training and education, TREES has helped thousands of farming families escape hunger and poverty while having a marked impact on the environment.
Visit Website: https://trees.org

Support Trees for the Future by Donating Crypto

We are making it even easier for you to donate to Trees for the Future. A cryptocurrency donation is classified as property by the IRS, which means it is not subject to capital gains tax and is tax deductible. Choose your donation method and make a cryptocurrency donation today.
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Case Study: Orangutan Outreach

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