Trees make
good neighbors.


About National NeighborWoods® Month

National NeighborWoods® Month is Alliance for Community Trees’ annual campaign to plant and care for community trees during the month of October. Each year, tens of thousands of volunteers take action to make their communities greener and healthier by planting trees—turning their neighborhoods into vibrant, livable communities. Over the last decade, more than 235,000 volunteers have planted over 425,000 trees in all 50 US states and Canada during National NeighborWoods® Month. Thank you to everyone who made the 2014 campaign a resounding success!

Check out the National NeighborWoods® Month 2014 record-breaking results:

Learn more about our accomplishments in 2013, 2012, and 2011.


Alliance for Community Trees launched the NeighborWoods® program in 2005 as a national initiative to support local tree planting organizations and their efforts to make neighborhoods cleaner, greener and healthier. NeighborWoods® has since delivered over $1 million in grants to local greening groups and municipalities. In partnership with The Home Depot Foundation, NeighborWoods® grants were awarded to support strategic tree planting to improve the health and livability of affordable housing communities. These projects enhanced the home environment of families across the country.

Learn more about our accomplishments in 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, and 2006.

About Alliance for Community Trees

National NeighborWoods® Month is a program of Alliance for Community Trees.

Alliance for Community Trees (ACTrees) is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the health and livability of cities by planting and caring for trees. ACTrees engages volunteers to take action to improve the environment where over 90% of people live and work: in cities, towns, and metropolitan areas. Together ACTrees member organizations have planted and cared for over 15 million trees in cities with help from over 5 million volunteers.


Alliance for Community Trees
6856 Eastern Avenue NW, Suite 150
Washington, DC 20012
202.291.8733 (TREE)