Irish Trees Planting forests

Our Charity Partners

We plant memorial trees, in partnership with Irish charities. We make a donation of €40 on your behalf for your chosen charity. You select your chosen charity and the donation is included in the price. 

Irish Trees Planting Naul Dublin
Lauralynn Ireland's Children's Hospice partnered with Irish Trees

For every memorial or celebration tree that is planted, a donation is made to our partnered charities of €40.

”LauraLynn are honored to partner with Irish Urn’s Memorial Tree and Irish Trees initiative this year. Planting a tree in memory of a loved one is a very compassionate act that lasts a lifetime, and we are so grateful that this kind act will also support the work that we do here in Ireland’s only children’s hospice. Creating lasting memories and moments is a huge part of what we do in LauraLynn, making this a lovely way for people to support the specialized care and support which we provide to children with life-limiting conditions and their families across Ireland.” – Kerry McLaverty, CEO, LauraLynn.

Charity No: CHY 21947

Plant a tree and donate to LauraLynn.

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We plant memorial trees, in partnership with Irish charities. We make a donation of €40 on your behalf for your chosen charity. Select your charity.
Irish Trees wildflower meadow
Feileacain logo Irish Trees Charity partner

Registered Charity Number 20154844Féileacáin is the Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Association of Ireland.

Their aim is to provide each Maternity Unit and Children’s Hospital in the country with our ‘Gifts of Remembrance’ Services. These services are provided free of charge to the hospitals and their delivery is supported by a nationwide team of Feileacain volunteers.

We have partnered with Féileacáin, making a donation of €40 for every Butterfly Baby Tree planted. All the trees are planted on our beautiful, peaceful, lakeside woodland located in North County Dublin, near the small village of Naul. Surrounded by wildflowers in the Summer and Autumn and flowering bulbs in the spring. 


Charity Number CHY 19635

Plant a Baby Butterfly Tree.

Find out more about Féileacáin.

Irish Hospice Foundation Logo Irish Trees Charity partner

When you want to offer some comfort to a family member or friend, it can be hard to find a sympathy gift that truly expresses your condolences. Something that a card or flowers just doesn’t quite achieve alone.

By planting a memorial tree, the person’s memory can live on through a compassionate act that lasts a lifetime and supports the work of the Irish Hospice Foundation. For every tree €40 is donated.

Show your loved ones how much you care with a heartfelt and unique sympathy gift that will create a lasting legacy of love, compassion, kindness and goodwill.


Charity Number :CHY 6830

4 people - 2 men 2 women hold a cheque for €12,000 in front of the lake at irishtrees.ie in support of the Irish Hospice foundation

A Home For The Soul

Bob Hamilton Irish Trees and Irish Urns

Irish Urns

Irish Trees was born out of speaking with our Irish Urns customers. We have been guiding our Irish Urns customers through the difficult process of choosing the right urn for their loved ones.

As part of our award-winning Urns, we work with woodturning crafters, glass-blowing experts and ceramic artisans from all over Ireland to create unique designs and hand-crafted cremation urns.

Irish Urns Logo

Your Questions Answered

How to visit a memorial tree

Private visits can be arranged by appointment.

Generally, we try to meet families on Saturday mornings and this can be arranged. Get in touch by phone or email.

Call:    +353 862558531  /  +35315645070

Toll-free US/Canada: 18005796858

Email:    bob@irishtrees.ie

We would ask that a maximum of 8 people visit and that you give a week or two notice to make sure we are about and have slots for the particular weekend you have in mind.

Our memorial trees are planted in a particular area of the woodland.

We plant trees in memory and in celebration. If you have an occasion in mind that you cannot find here on our website, please reach out and get in touch.

Why should I plant a memorial tree or remembrance tree?

A memorial tree or a remembrance tree is a lasting, physical tribute to the life of a loved one. Planting a tree in memory of someone is a beautiful and poignant means of honouring and preserving their legacy. Many people describe it as a very healing and cathartic experience.

You can donate a tree for other reasons as well. You can plant a remembrance tree to honour the memory of a pet that has passed. You can plant a memorial tree to commemorate a special event, such as a wedding, birth or anniversary, or to mark a significant time or period in a person’s life.

If you would like to learn more about the reasons for planting a memorial tree, please click here.

What are the types of trees you have on offer for planting a memorial tree?

All the trees we plant are native Irish trees. You can choose from the following:

  • Common Oak Tree
  • Hazel Tree
  • Rowan Mountain Ash
  • Holly Tree
  • Alder Tree
  • Crab Apple Tree
  • Sycamore Tree

If you would like to learn more about the trees we plant and the native trees of Ireland, please click here.

How do I know what to write in a sympathy card or condolence message?

It is always very difficult to write a sympathy card or condolence message. However, we can offer some simple tips and advice to help make it a bit easier for you.

It is best to keep sympathy messages relatively short and simple. This can help ensure that your message seems heartfelt and honest. Your condolence message doesn’t have to be grammatically perfect or particularly poetic, as long as it is sincere and genuine. Don’t spend too long trying to get the words exactly right.

It can be helpful to share your own experiences with grief as this can demonstrate empathy as well as sympathy. If you knew the deceased personally, you can share fond memories of them. Illustrate how they made a positive impact on you, express gratitude for having known them and highlight their good qualities. Finally, try to avoid the use of cliches and platitudes so you don’t appear insincere or uncaring.

If you would like to know more about what to write in a sympathy card or condolence message, please click here.

How do I make sense of my grief or the grief of a loved one?

The grieving process is a perfectly normal and natural response to a loss. Grieving is a deeply intimate and individualised experience for us all. Everyone mourns differently and there is really no wrong or right way to grieve.

If you would like to learn more about grief, please click here. This article can give a deeper insight into the grieving process. It can also inform you on the theory of the stages of grief. While this should not be used as a guide or manual for your own grief, it can help give your grieving process some clarity and context. Recognising and identifying the complex or confusing emotions you may be feeling can be the first step to resolving them.

More of your questions answered here


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Let’s make a difference together

We love partnering with charities that are close to our hearts. If your charity is looking for an environmental presence and to make a difference by being part of our rewilding project simply get in touch below. We would love to hear from you.

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