You and your local community can now create your own woodland thanks to IKEA.
Every time the IKEA FAMILY card is swiped in-store, IKEA will make a donation to the Woodland Trust’s ‘Trees for communities’ scheme. Customers can also play their part in creating more woodland for their community by donating £1 on top of their shopping at their local IKEA store.
Help us plant trees in local communities
IKEA has been supporting the Woodland Trust with the ‘foot of forest’ campaign since 2007 and over this time 750 acres of new native UK woodland has been created for everyone to enjoy.
Why not bring your own community together to plant free trees? You can grow your own food, create new homes for wildlife and bring year-round colour to your local area with a range of free tree packs available to schools, youth groups and communities.
Individual trees, small copses, traditional hedgerows and woodland are invaluable features of thriving neighbourhoods in our villages, towns and cities. They enhance the places where we live, learn, work, rest and play. Trees can transform an area by introducing welcome shade, protective shelter and wildlife, and are a great, green investment for future generations.
If you know of some public land in your local area that would benefit from trees, apply for one of our free packs.
Benefits for IKEA FAMILY members
As part of our long standing partnership with IKEA FAMILY, card members receive reduced membership rates from the Woodland Trust. Get 25% off single, joint, or family annual membership
Visit our shop to apply and get your discount code.
Become an IKEA FAMILY card member
If you're not already an IKEA FAMILY member you can sign up for a card today and receive great benefits in store as well as helping the Woodland Trust to plant more trees and create precious woodland.
Visit the IKEA family partnerships page for more details
Apply for a free tree pack
We have over 3,000 free tree packs to give away to schools, communities and youth groups for spring 2015. Apply before 7 January 2015 for the chance to receive a free tree pack.