Funding & Support
Trees For Tomorrow is an independent, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that was founded by, and has historically derived much of its financial support from the forest products and utility industries. Today, Trees For Tomorrow has an annual operating budget of nearly $1 million. About 70% of this revenue comes from tuition or fees paid by those who participate in Trees For Tomorrow programs.
Because Trees For Tomorrow does not receive any state or federal tax support, the organization relies completely on grant monies and the generosity of corporations and individuals to help keep tuition affordable for the school students and teachers attending our programs each year and to provide a safe and healthy environment for children and adults to learn in.
All donations are tax deductable.
"A Natural Resources Experience That Lasts A Lifetime!"
Donate cash, gifts, land!
Individuals or businesses may choose if your gift of cash will go towards:
- General Fund
- Endowment Fund
- Scholarship Fund
- Any other specific request
Trees For Tomorrow has several options for inidividual or corporate memberships.
Provide a wide range of options to individuals interested in providing financial support and staying connected with Trees For Tomorrow. An annual membership of $35 up to over $1,000 gives you plenty of options in your giving ability. All public members will receive:
Subscription to Northbound, Trees For Tomorrow's natural resource newspaper
Subscription of Tree Tips, an electronic newsletter published quarterly
Invitations to special events held at Trees For Tomorrow
A Trees For Tomorrow bookmark
All Corporate supporters have the option to participate on Trees For Tomorrow’s Board of Directors through active participation in meetings and events. Board membership provides companies with year-round benefits of recognition and greater public awareness of their commitment to sustainable natural resource management and education.
Advisory Council Members are volunteers with the ability to raise funds, secure scholarships for students, take on leadership roles, provide liaison with educators and their interest groups, carry “Trees” influence into the state and region, generate new ideas, sponsor “Trees” programs, and make personal contributions to the program. Please visit the Advisory Council for a list of the current members, meeting minutes, and additional information about the Advisory Council.
Throughout history, people have planted trees to honor deceased or living family members and friends. These living, graceful legacies not only honor the departed, they bring joy to those who live, work, and play under their branches.
A tree is a recognized symbol of nature's strength and endurance. Planting a Memorial Tree is a beautiful way to honor a loved one and an effective way to lessen the sorrow of the loss. The living tree memorial provides family and friends a new sense of continuing life.
For years to come, a Memorial Tree will enhance the local environment by:
- moderating the effects of sun, wind, and rain;
- supplying oxygen and improving air quality;
- conserving water
- stabilizing the soil and preventing erosion.
After a one-time contribution of $1000 or more, a native tree of your choice is planted on the Trees For Tomorrow campus. to identify your Memorial Tree, a 4" x 6" plaque is engraved and placed at the base of the tree. This plaque identifies the type of tree, the name of the person honored and includes a short message or date.
Your financial contribution is used to set up a scholarship fund in the name of the person to be remembered.
The Memorial Tree can be planted any day of the planting season. We encourage family and friends to participate in the ceremony.
For more information, or to order a Memorial Tree, please call Trees For Tomorrow at 715-479-6456.
SCHOLARSHIP GOLF OUTING
Have fun and support Trees For Tomorrow! Join us for 18 holes of golf at the Eagle River Golf Course the first Friday in June.
The golf outing is a two-person scramble with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Registration is limited so sign up today.
You can also become a sponsor, we have opportunties that meet every marketing budget.
Over 71 years ago, Trees For Tomorrow got its start by planting trees to help improve the future of northern Wisconsin forests. Today we teach over 10,000 people each year about their role in natural resources management. Proceeds from these seedling sales help support our education efforts.