One nonprofit plants trees to help underserved communities and the environment

Updated: Dec 11, 2018

PLENTY MAGAZINE: "Since it started in 2002, FTPF has contributed thousands of trees and fresh produce to animal sanctuaries, drug rehab centers, and homeless shelters across America, as well as to individuals and families affected by emergency situations like Hurricane Katrina." Read the full story here.



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