With your support we are bringing beauty, dignity and opportunity to communities left ravaged by the effects of war. Every donation we receive directly supports gardening projects and initiatives in refugee and IDP communities.
We welcome one-off donations as well as regular donations via Direct Debit. Make a secure online donation by clicking on one of the below buttons.
If you would like to make a donation by direct bank transfer, make a gift in your will or give to the Lemon Tree Trust by another means, please contact us at [email protected] and we can send you the appropriate details and discuss your preferences.
Send a cheque
To donate in GBP (from the UK or internationally):
Cheques should be made payable to ‘Prism the Gift Fund’ and sent to: Stephanie Berger, Prism the Gift Fund (re: Lemon Tree Trust), 20 Gloucester Place, London W1U 8HA, UK
To donate in USD (from the US or internationally):
Cheques should be made payable to ‘Communities Foundation of Texas’ and ‘Lemon Tree Trust’ should be noted in the memo line on the cheque.
Cheques should be sent to: Communities Foundation of Texas (re: Lemon Tree Trust), 5500 Caruth Haven Lane, Dallas, Texas 75225, USA
Other ways to donate
Donate seed to our emergency appeal
In response to the global Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic, we are focused on distributing food and flower seeds to people in refugee and IDP camps who are coping with Government enforced curfews and self-isolation at their shelters. Gardener to gardener, please help families to continue planting in their home gardens by making a donation or by sending us packets of seeds.
We have awarded prizes to 72 winning gardens in our 2021 Lemon Tree Trust (LTT) annual garden competitions. LTT competitions took place in a record nine camps in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI), despite ongoing Covid-19 restrictions. Winners have received cash prizes and gifts of seeds and plants, and all participants have received certificates. … Continued
Land restoration in refugee camps and wider communities has enormous potential to enhance the living conditions of forcibly displaced people and the ecosystems of war-torn regions. To coincide with the official launch of the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration and World Environment Day on 5 June 2021, we were delighted to take part in a ‘Refugees and Restoration’ roundtable … Continued
Ahmed Ibrahim Ismail lives in the Azar neighbourhood of Domiz 2 camp. “I have a humble garden in my house, and I started working on it with my children two years ago. We have spent many good times in it, especially during the curfew for the coronavirus. “My garden contains 20 different types of roses and … Continued