Our Mission

To help the impoverished children of Nepal by giving them a sustainable food source that will not only sustain the children of today, but also tomorrow.

A Sustainable Future

By supporting Gift A Fruit Tree, you make a profound difference to impoverished children’s lives. Because we run a lean, efficient and highly effective organisation, your support does exactly what you expect it to do: helping improve children’s lives through sustainable means.

What we do..

In the short videos below, you can see the working model that we are currently emulating in Nepal and also a brief interview with one of our managers in the Simthali Region.  You will also see we have a working relationship with “Everything Organic”.  Their fruit and nut program also helps communities to help themselves.
In the video, you will see how fruit and nut trees can really change peoples lives and have a profound and positive far-reaching effect.  You will also see the Nepalese people,  in good spirit,  are still rebuilding their homes, farms and ultimately their lives…

Our Collaboration With EcoMatcher

In these videos, you can see some information on what we have been doing with one of our reforestation partners, Ecomatcher.  Over the next 5 years, we plan to plant in excess of 5 million tress with Ecomatcher,  one of our larger partners.  

How the Nepalese children and their communities benefit from our work..

The Fruit Tree Program

Through our continual planting and cultivation of areas with suitable fruit tree’s the Nepalese children not only have a food source but also a sustainable source of income that can be used for many other crucial resources.

Local Employment

Through our training and equipment purchasing initiatives we allow pockets of employment to spring up from an otherwise barren landscape.  This is one aspect of the holistic approach of New Growth.

Rebuilding Of Communities

Through economic and political ravages many Nepalese communities have been drastically effected and sometimes eradicated completely. A by-product of all of New Growths projects in the region is the rebuilding of these communities in the regions that we target.

Help Us To Help Them


By supporting our fruit-tree program you will make a profound difference for the children of Nepal

Our Immediate Goals

Trees To Plant

Euro to Raise

Children To Help

How we use the funds we raise…

At New Growth, we actively try and keep the administration costs for all our operations to the minimum.  We do this in many ways but by the far the most effective is our use of all things voluntary.  This allows us to keep our overheads right down which in turn ultimately allows the funds that are raised to be used for the tasks they were intended.
Whenever possible our tree plants are sourced as locally as possible to the area in which we are working.  This is to keep transportation costs to a minimum and to ensure that the funds we raise remain as local to the area we are working in so the immediate economy can be bolstered, even in a small way.  We continually strive to locate the best quality at the keenest cost which ensures our planting cycles are as productive as possible.
Many of our operations at some point require tools and equipment.  Our ethos regarding this is an echo that runs through all New Growths ideals.   That is, to purchase the best quality at the keenest cost.  At New Growth we are very fortunate insofar as we have a number of very skilled negotiators on our team which means we invariably secure the bests deal possible and realise our goals regularly.  An inferior tradesman will blame his tools, however the best usually have pretty good kit.
“Give a man a loaf and he will eat for a day, give a man bread-maker and unless he has been taught how to use it properly it may end up as a receptacle for his fishing bait now that he’s an excellent fisherman”. Excuse the flippancy but training is vitally important in all our project’s and we place huge emphasis on this area.  Once a local team has been trained in the fundamentals of one of our projects this information can be passed on and the whole process becomes self-supporting in a relatively short space of time.  This is true progress.

The cost breakdown…..









Work in progress

Planting and irrigation at one of our local projects…

The Fruit Tree Program

Lean More About This Life Saving Project

What is the “Fruit Tree Program.”?

We have commenced our fruit tree program in conjunction with the Indreni foundation who are supporting an orphanage and vegetable growing project in the region.  We have now leased land and all the future profits from our fruit tree program will allow the Indreni foundation an extra level of sustainability in the future.  This, in turn, will create local employment for women who currently lack employment and also ingratiate other aspects of the local community.  Our partners are dedicated to ensuring that all projects are managed with the minimum of costs and that direct aid means direct aid. We have seen at first-hand how having a direct fruit tree program is direct action and how this benefits the landscape and community with long-term sustainability and economic freedom the goal.  We are also carrying out the following;

  • Establishing a small nursery to provide fruit trees to donate to poor farmers
  • Training women enablers to grow and manage fruit and nut trees in the orchard areas
  • Encourage microloans for trees to farmer groups and women’s working groups who want to supplement their farm incomes
  • Help train other communities in remote areas to establish Group enablers and organise distribution of plants, seeds trees, and equipment.
  • Leasing of land for community forest initiative through farm groups
  • Agri-advice to community enablers and farmers groups for irrigation,  planting, harvesting and management advice for fruit and nut growing,
  • Distributing of fruit and trees to impoverished farmers in conjunction with community enablers and communities groups

“We want to let our children know we care about the world  we are leaving them”

How We Use The Funds We Raise

  • Administration Costs 7% 7%
  • Trees 42% 42%
  • Equipment 14% 14%
  • Training 37% 37%

Gift a fruit tree “ Trees mean Life.”

The dream of trees for food is about taking a responsible approach to third world countries where with environmental changes in the future will challenge us to change our attitude of how we grow our food and how we need to be more responsible with the environments that are now under threat now from climate change.

Fruit trees mean food, shelter, nutrition,  medicine,  environmental balance and community sustainability for the regions that require this.

Fruit trees also have the ability to bring about a new life force within the community’s in the future and change the environmental devastation that poorest countries have to continually endure.

Our Simple Approach.


Our intention is that trees are planted with the aim of providing sustainable nutrition coupled with an environmental awareness of how freshly grown local produce can benefit and enhance the lives of every family.

There is now a worldwide need to understand how food is grown and distributed.

PLANT  We can reap the benefits of a healthier diet and environment

GROW  We are setting the seeds that will help numerous communities

LEARN  We teach how to view food in a different light and bring balance back to a fractured land

SUSTAIN  To help people help themselves in the ever-changing environment  political, cultural and envrionmental

Handful of grain

How Do Fruit Trees Help?

Trees produce fruits, seeds, leaves and nuts that all have important nutritional value and really diversify people’s diets. They are also far stronger when it comes to surviving floods and droughts so can be a real staple in famine situations. The things that grow on trees also often have value and can be traded at market. Supporting villagers to manage their trees so they stay healthy and productive, as well as enterprise support means the money they earn can buy other foods that they wouldn’t be able to grow themselves.

All of this rests on supporting communities’ access and rights to trees, and on making sure that the natural environment is flourishing, healthy and productive. Families are able to meet their needs – they have access to enough food, and also a range of other foods that fight malnutrition and are more resistant in the many times of hardship they often endure.

Handful of grain

Our Aims And Continuing Goals

  • Continue to give fruit trees to communities in remote areas where income supplement is very important.
  • To do this in conjunction with other NGO’s on the ground
  • Train local people in other areas to manage nurseries/orchards from our model orchard base in Kathmandu.
  • Continue to improve our varieties of fruit tree management and knowledge from our main growing orchard and vegetable model.
  • Give fruit trees to primary schools
  • Train women into the program so they have direct access to ongoing employment
  • Orchard establishment and nursery development
  • Target women’s groups to take care of the trees
  • Teach children in schools about the positive benefits of fruit and nut trees
  • To bring back ecological awareness of the land and how best to protect it

Our Associates In Nepal

The Indrenni Foundation

Who Are The Indreni Foundation?

Indreni children’s charity is a non-profit organization registered in Ireland, Switzerland and Nepal with partner charities Sahayata in Germany and Friends of Indreni in California. Ram hari Khadka and some the Neplaese staff who run our operations on the ground in Kathmandu have come from similar backgrounds to many of the children now in our care and in turn wish to dedicate their lives to helping others. They themselves are a shining example of how children can come through an organization like Indreni and positively effect change in their society. Their example is far reaching and has inspired a group of Individuals across the globe to help them help the children and grow Indreni to help as many children as possible in their quest to improve their society for the good of all.

A Little About Nepal

Poverty in Nepal? Sadly, yes. It is for this reason that Gift A Fruit Tree in conjunction with the Indreni Foundation a are striving to make a difference amazing country.  Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world, its also one of the most beautiful. The UN estimates that 40% of Nepalis live in poverty. Food insecurity, poor housing, low soil quality, low literacy, natural disasters, and ethnic discrimination plague the Nepalese people.  Though subsistence farming is the main way of life in Nepal, most of the population lives in the rural, mountainous region where the rocky terrain and arid soil make agriculture difficult.

Ownership of the fertile land is based on the feudal system.  Most families have land holdings of less than 1 hectare, too small to meet their family’s needs.  Most villages are made up of large families, and migrants come from the mountains to the lowlands.  Refugees from Bhutan fled to Nepal during the violence in the 1990s.  The growing population is putting pressure on the little cultivable land.

As a country straddling two tectonic plates, earthquakes, floods, landslides, and glacial melting inhibit economic growth.  Socially, Nepal unofficially recognizes the caste system, especially in rural areas.  This means poverty of lower castes is justified and expected.  Women also face discrimination in terms of healthcare, nutrition, education, and the domestic realm.  Women are unable to make major decisions or take responsibility for their own economic advancement.  Many women go hungry, and female babies are sometimes victims of infanticide.

The Maoists that rose up against the monarchs of Nepal from 1990s to the early 2000s dominate the government.  There is a president and a prime minister; however, there has not been a parliament since May 2012 after they failed to draft a new constitution.  Political instability is a major obstacle to socioeconomic reform and international cooperation.

Tourism, especially for climbing, is a key industry for the rural regions with urban areas surviving off of trade with India.  Major exports include carpet, clothing, leather goods, and grain.  Nepal is highly dependent on foreign aid and the assistance that we are offering. Please remember to help us help them.

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