In partnership with National Trust for Jersey, we have launched a fund dedicated to the restoration and management of Jersey’s trees, hedgerows and woodlands following the damage caused by Storm Ciarán.

The fund’s aim is to replace storm-damaged trees on land that delivers public amenity and enjoyment, based on a comprehensive plan to ensure the right trees are planted in the right places across the island. All funding will cover the cost of trees, preparation and planting, plus three years of maintenance which will entail formative pruning of standard trees and biannual shaping of hedgerows.

As the only Jersey charity dedicated to trees, we are ideally placed to lead this initiative in partnership with National Trust for Jersey, which shares and supports our passion for caring for the island’s natural environment.

We are currently working with Government of Jersey to agree planting locations, one of which will be the Railway Walk. We will carry out the planting throughout winter 2024-25.

Help us by donating today

Three default tiers of donation are available:

  • £20 for a two to three year old tree planted within a hedgerow
  • £150 for a standard tree planted in a publicly accessible area
  • £1,000 for a large tree planted in a prominent public location

All donations will include a certificate identifying the location of your tree.

When you are redirected to our GoCardless page for payment, it will look like a direct debit form but is only for a single payment.

If you prefer to donate a different amount you can send a bank transfer for any sum to:

Jersey Trees for Life, HSBC Bank Plc, Red House Parade, St Brelade JE3 8LL, sort code 40-25-41, account number 81108999, IBAN GB31MIDL40254181108999, SWIFT MIDLJEJ1XXX

Hedging whip


Standard tree


Public tree


If you choose to donate £50 or more, please complete the Jersey Gift Support form below so that we receive a further £12.50 from the Government.

Just return the completed form back to us via email or by post to Douet Farm, La Rue Guerdain, Trinity, JE3 5DJ.

The Jersey Tree Fund was launched with a tree planting ceremony on Tuesday 19 December at Parade Gardens, where a fallen beech tree was replaced with a liquidambar tree by the Lieutenant Governor and the Connétable of the Parish of St Helier.