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:

  • Over 200,000 food-bearing trees,
  • 25 sets of food processing equipment (including 10 solar dehydrators)
  • More than 20 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

TTFF Sharing Breadfruit with the World

Here’s a nice, flattering article about Trees That Feed co-founders Mike and Mary McLaughlin.  This was published by Jamaica’s leading newspaper, The Gleaner, only this morning.  Thanks go to Lynda Edwards and George Graham, who authored the article. Click Here. … Continue reading

Could breadfruit be the next superfood?

As we’ve been saying for years … yes!  Researchers in Canada have put the details together in an interesting article recently published by the University of British Columbia. We at Trees That Feed Foundation have been promoting breadfruit for its nutrition, … Continue reading

Working through COVID to serve the Bahamas

Ken Banks, Phd, PE, has been a TTFF hero and volunteer since 2015.   He initially discovered Trees That Feed Foundation online, and because of his familiarity with breadfruit, was interested in helping.  Living in Florida, Ken has become instrumental in … Continue reading

A Jamaican Success Story … Oliver Wills

Breadfruit is becoming famous. This story is about one gentleman who is making it happen! Currently the main markets for fresh breadfruit in North America are ethnic grocery stores in Florida, New York, Chicago and Toronto.  Usually the fruit are … 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!