WHAT WE DO

We plant fruit trees

In Haiti, Jamaica, Antigua, The Bahamas, Barbados, Costa Rica, Dominica, Puerto Rico, St. Vincent, Suriname, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Pakistan, Tanzania, Uganda, and U.S. Virgin Islands.  We donate breadfruit trees, mango trees, avocados, cashews, and many others.

Our vision is seeing self-sustaining communities and entrepreneurs, based on agroforestry.

Find out more about us, and support us if you can!

Our Impact

Trees That Feed Foundation has provided:

  • Nearly 200,000 food-bearing trees,
  • 25 sets of food processing equipment (including 10 solar dehydrators)
  • 18 tons of breadfruit flour,
  • Over 500,000 locally produced meals, and
  • Thousands of educational coloring books.

Now in 18 countries, our impact is growing!

Recent News

Update on COVID-19

In these extraordinary times, TTFF remains open for business, although with some limitations. We acknowledge the risk and encourage everyone to take precautions as the experts advise–stay home if you can, avoid crowds, wash hands frequently, as we are doing.  … Continue reading

TTFF Welcomes Joe Matara to the Board of Directors

  TTFF is proud to announce the addition of Joseph Matara, CPA to our governing board.  Joe was born in Kenya. He was educated in the US, earning his BS, MBA and CPA in New Jersey. He has wide professional … Continue reading

Short Story Competition Winners Announced!

We have lots of exciting news this week.  First, we’re happy to announce the winners of our Short Story competition.  Congratulations go to Oraine Campbell, first prize winner of $250, for his story, “By the Grace of Breshay.”  For non-Jamaicans, … Continue reading

Interesting research paper on Breadfruit nutrition

A research team from the University of Hawaii recently published a paper in the Journal of Food Composition and Analysis.  Titled “The response of breadfruit nutrition to local climate and soil: A review”, the team reports some interesting findings. Well, … Continue reading

How Can I Help?

$15 plants and cares for a robust breadfruit tree
that can feed a family for 50 years
$150 provides 60 pounds of breadfruit flour
about 500 meals for a school
$750 funds a training seminar
in tree care for farmers, or a cooking school
$2,000 provides a “Factory in a Box”
to process breadfruit flour

Support education. Start at a young age!  Purchase a Trees That Feed educational coloring book “Plant a Tree and Good Things Happen!”  Along with pictures to color, young schoolchildren learn of the benefits of planting trees!  Your purchase price funds an additional copy, distributed to local schools in developing countries.    Visit Amazon and buy a copy!     English version, click here. New 2019 Haitian Creole version, click here. Spanish edition, click here.  And now in Swahili (with English subtitles).  Click here!