Given the current environment and the extraordinary measures taken to protect us from COVID-19, the Sacramento Tree Foundation has cancelled its signature fundraising event, Tree Hero Awards, this May 27 to ensure the safety of our community.
Unfortunately, the decision to cancel our annual fundraiser comes with the hard loss of our main source of unrestricted funding.
Instead of sponsoring the event, please consider an organization sponsorship to bolster our operations and underwrite programs that rely on the event revenue generated by Tree Hero Awards.
Despite the turmoil and change happening around us, our neighborhood tree canopy brings a sense of place, peace and stability.
Your sponsorship endorses the work we do to protect this resource now and for generations to come.
Your support is critical to our mission. Every gift helps to keep our community programs intact as we hope for an end to this difficult time.
Click here to make a gift today.
For more information, please contact Alena Brahce at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 974-4315.
Here are the programs your sponsorship directly supports
Partnering with neighborhood leaders and organizations to grow the urban forest in under-canopied communities.
Providing free shade trees and expert consultations for 30 years to all SMUD customers.
Replanting native trees and woodlands to replenish and sustain the native flora and fauna of our region.
Save the Elms
Training community scientists to monitor for Dutch elm disease in order to preserve the iconic elms that define our skyline.
Tree Care Education
Offering free tree care workshops and seasonal tree tours to support and inspire stewardship of our urban forest.
Seed to Seedling
An award-winning native oak curriculum that provides 3rd and 4th graders with seedling growing kits and lessons about the ecology and benefits of California's native oaks.
Urban Wood Rescue
Honoring Sacramento's trees by keeping them out of the landfill and giving them new life as live-edge slabs and dimensional lumber. Sales support Sacramento Tree Foundation plantings and education.