Tree Pittsburgh is proud to adopt One Tree Per Child Pittsburgh to add capacity and ensure that every child can plant at least one tree during their time in school.
One Tree Per Child began in Australia through the efforts of Olivia Newton-John and Jon Dee in 2015. Since then, it has expanded to 11 countries worldwide. One Tree Per Child Pittsburgh, started by Dr. Isabela Angelleli in 2017, is the first OTPC partner in the United States.
The program engages school children creatively in tree planting and care efforts, one tree and one child at a time. Join us on this journey as we engage with the future teachers, lawyers, policy makers, CEOs, foresters, and so much more in a project of tree planting, inspiration, and education.