Welcome to A Million Trees for Michael, which is dedicated to planting trees all over the world in honor of Michael Jackson. In addition to planting trees, our blog and Facebook page concentrates on promoting Love, Kindness, Compassion, Understanding, Appreciation, and especially Unity for all Beings, as Michael taught. We’re committed to carrying on with Michael’s message, spreading L.O.V.E throughout the World.
A Million Trees for Michael is a non-profit organization where fans of Michael Jackson can give a gift back to HIM in exchange for the music, the magic, & the memories he has given to us for nearly five decades! ”
My name is Trisha Franklin and I am the creator/founder of A Million Trees For Michael Although I loved Michael’s incredible music and his amazing dancing, where I felt a true connection and kinship to him was through his kind, compassionate heart. It was so clear that Michael had a desire to help make the world a better place, and I, too, share that same dream.
After seeing “This Is It”, I was inspired to create this project, to honor Michael and keep his memory alive, while also helping our beautiful planet and future generations to come. We have partnered with the oldest environmental non-profit organization in the U.S., American Forests which was founded in 1875. Now fans can plant trees in Michael’s honor for only $1.00 per tree, to give a gift back to Michael for everything he has given to us to enrich our lives. Our hope is to have “Michael Jackson Memorial Forests” in as many countries as possible, on every continent, as Michael was so beloved all over the world.
In the past year and a half,A Million Trees for Michael has gained an international team which now ranges from the USA to England and Germany and as far away as Australia. We are now approaching 14,000 fans on our Facebook page, with over 18,000 visitors our website, from all over the World.
Everybody knows Michael loved God, nature and trees and we think he would be pleased to see a project like this, dedicated to his memory and honor.
Won’t you join us in planting 15 (or more) trees for Michael and our Mother Earth?