Mrs. Taralekar tells us that the Rotary Club Sunrise and NGO Gawali Pratisthan joined forces to plant 100 trees at the Zila Parishad School in Mumbai, India.
In celebration of International Youth Day (August 12), we bring you an inspiring tree-planting story from Zimbabwe! Our Zimbabwean coordinator, Jussa Kudherezera, tells us about their recent tree-planting activities with Zimbabwean youth.
“I planted this one, special tree for all the friendships I have. Thank you to my good friend, Carlos Fabrizio, for getting his hands in the dirt with me!”
A warm welcome to Cameroon, for becoming country number 56 to join us!
Hans and Rita Timpner, along with their cousin, Hubert, planted a lemon tree, in celebration of a special day!
Local women in India frequently visited Adai Hill as part of their morning walk routine. During these frequent visits to the hill, they felt that something was missing – trees!
In May 2022, Loïc planted three red maple trees in the area of Barbazan, France, and dedicated his trees to “our beautiful planet”.
After careful planning and fund-raising, the trees were purchased and finally planted on May 28! The planting took place at the Wish-Fulfilling Land, a project of the Chandrakirti Meditation Centre.
In celebration of World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, we share a story from our tree-planting friend in Mauritania.
Our three classes aged 3 to 9 years each planted a fruit tree that continues the development of a fruit orchard at Mandala for all children, families and the community to enjoy together.
The young women educated the youth on climate change, how to plant trees, and explained the 17 Sustainable Development Goals to them.
Belinda Hui from Tahiti tells us how their youth is planting trees to save the lives of our future generations!
Thank you to Ian Green, the director of the Great Stupa and Ven. Thubten Gyatso, for planting and dedicating trees at the Great Stupa!
Our partner in Kenya has been very busy planting trees! Susan Kanguha from Good Samaritan Support Action (GOSSA), tells us about their spring activity.
Our dedicated branch coordinator from Aruba, Hans Timpner, tells us about the recent tree he and his cousin, Hubert Pena, planted.
Our French regional coordinator, Marie Henry, tells us about her town and mayor.
Mark and Jill, our Australian coordinators, share their recent news with us!
Ralph and Rosemary dedicated their two fruit trees to all beings on this marvellous planet.
Dharmendra shares that “WAY2 ISR Foundation takes individual responsibility to share our love and acceptance for special needs children.
On a cold Saturday morning, children from the Lower Bavarian area prepared for their tree-planting activity. Despite 0° Celsius (32° Fahrenheit) coupled with a cold Eastern wind, the children were happily excited about their project!