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Give A Tree - Plant A Tree

image Trees play an invaluable role in keeping the River's ecoystem healthy and vibrant. They purify the air by taking in carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen, and can help to offset the carbon footprint of our region. They provide food, shelter, and refuge for our native fauna. Native trees, such as oak, sycamore, cottonwood, Jeffrey pine, and elderberry, have been an important element of the River's ecosystem for thousands of years, and continue to be a beneficial element today. Plus, they are beautiful!

Our Tree Fund is used to support kids connecting with nature. The kids plant the native trees along the River and in our Preserves and learn about caring for them. You can donate to help plant trees, or donate in the name of a friend or loved one.

  • $20: Support the Tree Fund.
    A donation of $20 to the Tree Fund will provide support for a kid to plant one tree as part of our education program. Donate for one or more tree! This makes a wonderful gift! For gifts, we can send you or a gift recipient a card acknowledging the gift (it can take 7 -10 days to send the card, so please contact us if you need it sooner). Please make sure to include the name and address where you would like the card sent.
  • Dedicated Tree - Sorry we don't currently have any opportunities available

There are many ways to give!

  1. Online: Click “Pay Now” to donate online using PayPal.
  2. Credit Card by Phone: Call us at (619) 297-7380 to make a donation over the phone using a credit card.
  3. Mail: Download and complete this form to enclose with a mailed check or money order.

Thank you TOYOTA OF EL CAJON for your sponsorship of this program! Every time someone buys a car at Toyota of El Cajon, they make a donation to support planting of a tree at one of the San Diego River Park Foundation's preserves or along the River.
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