Friends of the Trees Botanicals

Herbal Donations to Nonprofits

Friends of the Trees Botanicals has been donating herbs and herbal products to a number of tribal and non-profit herbal groups for many years.  We love to support organizations that help underserved communities and make herbs more accessible!  Some of our offerings include;  Donations of bulk dry herbs, seeds, plant propagation material and trees for planting.  We also like to offer scholarships to our herbal gatherings and educational workshops.

Please fill out our Donation Request Form if your organization is looking for support.

Donation Request Form-


Who We Support

(This list also works as a resource for folks looking to connect with organizations like these.)


Makah Nation’s Garden
Donation- Trees, shrubs and Devil’s Club starts


Lower Elwha Klallam’s Outpatient Treatment Center
Port Angeles, Washington
2021 Donation- Trees, shrubs and herbs to the food garden.


Dan Nanamkin and his Young Warrior Society on the Colville Reservation
Nespelem, Washington
We have been working with Dan for several years to establish permaculture gardens on his land which he is working to turn into an educational center for tribal food sovereignty. We have made numerous donations of trees, shrubs, and herbs. We have helped organize garden work parties as well.


Northwest Herbal Resilience Project
Organized by Fern Tallos

A volunteer-run herbal medicine subscription project serving Black and Indigenous people in Olympia, Tacoma, Seattle, and the places in between. This collective came together to increase timely and crucial community care through use of accessible herbal medicine to support individuals emotionally, spiritually and physically. Through this project, they are sharing trauma-informed herbal knowledge to support these underserved communities.

2020 Donation- Dried bulk herbs
2022 Donation- Dried bulk herbs

Herbalists Without Borders - Spokane, Washington Chapter.  
Organized by Mary Schmidt
Herbalists Without Borders (HWB) embraces a collective vision of a global community where all people have access to affordable herbal holistic natural and botanical health and wellness. To bring that vision into reality they work with community-based chapters to create educational, advocacy and grassroots model projects to fill the gaps in health justice internationally.

Spring 2021 Donation- Many herbs, trees and shrubs for planting


Canoe Journey Herbalists
2021 Donation- Dried bulk herbs   


Second Growth Herb Collective 
Quilcene, WA

Spring 2021 Donation- plants for their herb garden.


Chimacum Elementary School Garden Program
Chimacum, WA
Spring 2020 and 2021- Edible shrubs


Arcata, CA
Organized by Greta de la Montagne
​Greta de la Montagne, RH(AHG) Registered Professional Herbalist and Mentor with the American Herbalist Guild, is a Holistic Health Practitioner managing a Garden-to-Shelf Apothecary in a beautiful rural neighborhood just outside of Arcata, CA. Her offerings include Western Clinical Herbalism, Herbal First Aid, Bodywork, and Ayurveda.

We have made numerous donations of dry herbs and tinctures over the last ten years.


Four Seasons Herbal Guild
Spokane, WA


May 27, 2021
-Compiled by Michael Pilarski & Anna Pallotta


2023 update-

"I want to thank you for the wonderful donation of seeds that you sent in March of this year, and I apologize for being so late in saying how very grateful I am for your generosity and support of Holy Cross Anglican Church’s involvement in the Mid-City Community Garden and our efforts to encourage gardening through our quarterly Mid-City Seed Swap. Your help in these efforts not only furthers our work in these two outreach programs but it is also such a great encouragement to us as we continue to promote gardening and an appreciation of the great outdoors and the beauty and wonder of creation. Thank you very much! 
Barbara C. Craig "