Trees for Tom
Captain Sir Tom Moore united and inspired the nation, giving hope when it was needed most. Remember him by donating to plant trees.
Credit: Moore family
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Captain Sir Tom Moore raised over £38 million for the NHS. Now his family wish to honour his love of nature and the natural world by planting trees in his memory.
Captain Sir Tom Moore voiced his concern about what the future holds for his grandchildren. By planting new trees, his legacy will help combat climate change - and bring so many other benefits - around the world.
The family has chosen to plant trees in the UK with the Woodland Trust. Creating new woodland is at the heart of what we do and one of the best ways to tackle the climate crisis. We've planted 50 million trees since we began in 1972, and have plans for 50 million more over the next five years.
The new memorial wood will be planted at Holme House Woods, which froth along a valley just a mile west of Keighley, where Captain Sir Tom grew up. It’s already flitting with kingfishers and bright with bluebells, and by adding more than 3,000 saplings to the streamside meadows we'll be able to link together two remnants of precious ancient woodland.
Remember Captain Sir Tom Moore and create a brighter future today. Donate to plant trees.
Donate by telephone
Call 0330 333 3300
Donate by post
Please make cheques payable to 'The Woodland Trust' and send to our head office at the address below. Please include the reference Trees for Tom.