This holiday season, look for goods that green. When you're decorating your home or buying presents for friends and family, shop for items that do a little something extra - like helping NYRP make New York City a cleaner, greener place to live.

We've compiled a quick catalog of holiday items: for your home and gifts for your friends and family. Happy Shopping!


  • Order a centerpiece from Fresh Direct and 5% is donated to NYRP. Beautify your home in time for the holiday season, and help NYRP beautify the rest of NYC. Centerpieces include: “Graceful Harvest Autumn Centerpiece” or the “Simple Elegance Autumn Centerpiece”
    - Now - Thurs, Nov 28.
    - Visit Fresh Direct

  • Buy a Christmas tree from Tyler’s Trees and $30 is donated to NYRP. Now you can feel good that your holiday tree will actually help NYRP plant new ones.
    - Wed, Nov 20 – Tues, Dec 24
    - Visit Tyler’s Trees and use code: NYRP2013


  • Wrapping paper: Packaging can be as important as the gift itself. Why not make sure it’s fabulous? Keep an eye out for designer John Derian’s unique paper on One King’s Lane. All net proceeds are donated to NYRP.
    - Mon, Nov 18 – Thurs, Nov 21.
    - Sign up for One King’s Lane

  • Seeds: For the gardener in your life, buy any item from the Hudson Valley Seed Library and 10% of the sales price is donated to NYRP. Use code: NYRP at checkout.
    - Now - Wed, Dec 18.
    - Visit Hudson Valley Seed Library and use code: NYRP at checkout.

  • Hand-carved, rustic wooden bowl: Sculpted from fallen NYC trees, artist Topher DesPrés transforms what would otherwise have been wreckage into one-of-a-kind works of art. Topher donates 20% of every single piece to NYRP—coming full circle by helping us plant new trees.
    - Find Topher Despres bowls
    - Order by contacting: topherdespres@gmail.com or 718.915.6476

  • Fund a tree: Struggling to find that perfect gift? You can’t go wrong with a tree. That’s right, fund a NYC tree and your gift recipient will receive a personalized tree certificate in his or her honor signed by Mayor Bloomberg and NYRP Founder Bette Midler.
    - Visit NYRP




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