ROAD to 2020

Adopt a seedling

Mt. Banahaw tree-planting

For PhP300/seedling, you can support our forest restoration activities in denuded forests around the country. In doing so you support a nation-wide movement called ROAD to 2020 to restore 1 million hectares of forests in the Philippines by year 2020.

Your donation not only provides for the cultivation and planting of each seedling, it also ensures its survival for its crucial first 3 years of growth with the help of People’s Organizations or POs maintaining the tree planting sites.


The seedlings you plant will continue to make a difference for the POs who maintain them, and for all of us for years to come.

2 ways to Adopt a Seeding:

1) Donate online via our Ushare payment portal: Click the dropdown for “Adopt-A-Seedling”.


2) Deposit your donation to any Bank of the Philippine Islands branch (except BPI Family Savings).

To deposit:

Within the Philippines
Account Name: Haribon Foundation for the Conservation of Natural Resources Inc.
Branch: Kalayaan Avenue
Savings Account No.: 1991-0036-02

Outside the Philippines
Account Name: Haribon Foundation for the Conservation of Natural Resources Inc.
Branch: Kalayaan Avenue
Savings Account No.: 1994-0556-89
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM

Fax or email a photo/scanned copy of your deposit slip to (632) 434-4696 or with your: NAME, ADDRESS, PHONE, NUMBER OF SEEDLINGS.

Want to make more of an impact? Adopt a forest or a portion of one, and we’ll plant it in your name. You can even invite your group to plant it yourselves. To adopt a forest visit our Adopt a Forest page.

Rainforestation trainings implemented in the NGP in Mangatarem.

Imagine all the forests we can bring back. Adopt-a-seedling today.


5 thoughts on “Adopt a seedling

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  2. May I know what kind of seedling you are about to give me if I ever thought of adopting some of it? Also, may I join your organization? I have this passion for conserving the biodiversity of our country and its the least that I can do for the our nature. Thanks in advanced!


    • Hello and thanks for your comment! Yes you will be adopt a native tree species because we only plant species that are indigenous to the country to increase survival rates. The trees vary from Narra to Takip asin! You may also become a member with us, please visit on how to go about joining the cause. You may also email us at Hope to see you soon!


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