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Working through COVID to serve the Bahamas

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 transporting...

A Jamaican Success Story … Oliver Wills

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 not at peak quality...

Trees That Feed Foundation on racism

Trees That Feed Foundation on racism

Trees That Feed Foundation works in 18 countries in the Caribbean, Central America, Africa and Asia. We donate fruit trees to feed people, create jobs and benefit the environment. Most of the people that we work with are people of color. We collaborate with them with...

200,000 Trees–A Big Milestone!

200,000 Trees–A Big Milestone!

The good news just won't quit!  We just issued our Annual Report (read it here). Lots of good stuff there.  But today, with delivery of 600 young breadfruit trees to Northern Caribbean University's Dr Vincent Wright, we passed a big milestone.  We've delivered a total...

Read Our 2019-20 Annual Report

Read Our 2019-20 Annual Report

Hot off the Press!  Our very latest Annual Report is out! In 2019 we provided nearly 25,000 high quality fruit trees in Jamaica, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Barbados, Ghana, Kenya and Uganda! And there's much more news. Africa, Haiti, other countries, lots of  stories.  Read...

Arbor Day 2020

Arbor Day 2020

Earth Day was yesterday and Arbor Day is tomorrow. These two days are cousins ... closely related.  Earth Day is now 50 years old while Arbor Day started back in 1872! Some of you may have received our Earth Day message.  Briefly, we likened the Earth to a spaceship,...

Update on COVID-19

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.  We...

Short Story Competition Winners Announced!

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, Breshay (or Bresheh)...