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Mentoring Tiny Humans Partners with Neighborhood Forest to Provide Children With Free Trees

Updated: Jan 9

Mentoring Tiny Humans is celebrating Earth Day (and Neighborhood Forest Day, and Arbor Day) by partnering with Neighborhood Forest, a non-profit organization that aims “to give every child the priceless joy of planting and watching trees grow,” according to their website.

“By doing so, we will beautify our neighborhoods, put a significant dent in our carbon footprint, and help instill in the hearts of our little ones a sense of magic, wonder, and love for our planet.”

In 2023, Neighborhood Forests gave more than 42,000 kids their very own tree for Earth Day!

We are so excited to be selected to partner with them again this year and cant wait to

celebrate Earth Day 2024 by helping to facilitate tree distribution to the tiny humans of our local community.

We also have the honor of being able to showcase their prototype board game at our upcoming events including our community board game days. In partnership with NuMind Games, this collaborative game is both educational and fun! My tiny human and I have enjoyed growing our forest as we create a community forest. Think a Minecraft IRL😂

We are working on our Earth day events and can’t wait to share all that we have planned, including distribution, educational, and community service opportunities beginning and continuing through the week of April 22.

Until then, reserve your free tree for your tiny learner, pod, or homeschooling group through Neighborhood Forest by signing up here.

Sign up on our website, to keep up with the latest events, distribution, and up to date information and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Tik Tok for more shenanigans.

The deadline to sign-up is March 15th with delivery expected by Earth day.The exact species will be revealed in early April. More details announced as we get them.

My personal goal is to get 200 trees to 200 students, and I would love your help. I think we can do it!

Check out some of the fun from last years event below:


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