December 2nd, 2014|0 Comments


Each year American Forests is pleased to present a selection of some of our amazing partners who give a little bit back each time you shop. So if you’re tired of getting the same-old same-old, why not check out some of the options below? And don’t forget, you can always give the Gift of Trees!


This global provider of Holiday ecards for business has supported American Forests by offsetting more than 65,000 tons of CO2 emissions! For every ecard ordered, the company plants 10 trees with us. So if you, your friends and family, and/or your company is sending ecards this holiday season, why not try out eCO2 Greetings Ecards and help protect our forests.

Since 1995, Eddie Bauer has offered customers the ability to add $1 to their checkout total to plant trees with American Forests. Along with Eddie Bauer’s own generous contributions, more than 6 million trees have been planted to date by people just like you! Make sure you select the “add a dollar to plant a tree” option at the checkout to help us plant millions more.

This socially conscious and environmentally focused shoe company is planting 50,000 trees through American Forests’ Global ReLeaf. Check out their retractable spiked boots and hyper grip shoes that will help make winter bearable while also looking chic on your feet.

All-natural skincare products that help plant trees might sound too good to be true, but Origins’ Plant-A-Tree initiative has helped plant more than 500,000 trees worldwide! Origins products are manufactured using a combination of renewable resources, wind energy and earth-friendly practices – the perfect gift for a green conscious recipient!

A cornucopia of useful items, gifts that wow and nature-inspired products. UncommonGoods not only offers gifts that are unique and uber cool, but through their Better to Give program, the company will also donate $1 to the charity of your choice – we hope you’ll pick us!

Originating in Florence, Italy, these eco-chic fashion watches were introduced to the United States in 2010. Made from repurposed wood, they can be found in both men’s and women’s styles. Each watch sold plants a tree with American Forests.