Who We Are
Give Me Trees Trust is one of the largest community based voluntary tree planting and conservation movements in India, having facilitated the plantation and preservation of more than 23 million trees all over the country in the last 45 years, with more than 17,000+ volunteers working all across India.
Give Me Trees was registered on October 13, 2011, under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882 (Regn. no. : 9377).
Give Me Trees has worked with more than 60 corporations, including HCL Foundation, AXA, Cadence and many more. Give Me Trees Trust is also working with the United States Forest Service, which is the national forest department of the US government under the Department of Agriculture.
The environmental charity strongly believes in planting native trees (like peepal, neem, banyan, pilkhan etc) as they are the most beneficial trees for the environment.
Give Me Trees was founded by Swami Prem Parivartan (Peepal Baba) who has devoted his life to the planting and preservation of the Peepal tree. Because he has planted more than 1.25 crore Peepal trees, he has been given the name ‘Peepal Baba’ by the media.
Give Me Trees Trust has received many awards, including being among the top 10 volunteer based organizations in India in the i-Volunteer Awards.
Areas of Work
Urban Green Spaces
Massive Compost Network
Water Harvesting Structures
Restoration Of Grasslands Ponds
Afforestation PAN India
- Creating Urban Forests
- Developing Nurseries
- Waste Management
- Water Harvesting
- Skills Training, Education & Awareness