Wish List

As a non-profit organization Trees For Tomorrow relies on the generosity of donors to help us provide quality educational programs for both students and adults. If you are interested in donating any of the following items, please contact us at 715-479-6456 or click the link at the right to oder from our Amazon Wish List.


General office supplies

  • Binder clips
  • Copy paper including tabloid, legal and letter size as well as high quality, high brightness paper and card stock for marketing
  • Pencils for general use by student in class
  • Pens for general use by employees Any color
  • Post-its
  • White Board Erasers
  • White Board Markers

Winter clothing, sizes for ages 7 to adult

  • Gloves
  • Hats
  • Scarves/ neck warmers
  • Snow pants
  • Winter boots in all sizes from young kids to adults
  • Facilities and General Needs


Facilities and General Needs

  • A garage/pole barn for vehicles storage
  • Any and all newer vans/trucks/buses, take your pick!
  • ATV
  • Canopy/pop-up tent for outdoor events
  • Cubicle sections for our central work area for part time staff and interns
  • Gently used computer keyboards, mouse pads, and computer mice
  • Golf cart
  • Items or services for auction and raffles
  • Leaf blower
  • Microwave for our lunchroom and dorms
  • Network/Computer Server for TFT
  • New carpeting throughout Ed Hall
  • New countertops in the restrooms in Ed Hall
  • New desktop or laptop computers – Windows OS preferred
  • New or gently used desks
  • New or gently used office chairs
  • New phone system
  • Oversize paper cutter
  • Pellets for stove in ski shop
  • Portable easels
  • Portable generator (3500-5000 watt)
  • Portable projector (very small)
  • Postage stamps
  • Protective case for loon mount in front office
  • Rebuilt storage carport/shelter to house our tools/small vehicles
  • Repaint the inside of Ed Hall
  • String trimmer
  • Welcome signage for Education Hall and main campus drive
  • Wood chairs for conference room table
Amazon Wish List link to Trees For Tomorrow's list