Support Israel with a last-minute Father’s Day gift 

For a unique last-minute Father's Day gift for Dad, look no further than Jewish National Fund-USA's tree e-certificates.

A tree in a field in Ruhama Badlands in southern Israel on March 3, 2024. Photo by Chaim Goldberg/Flash90.
A tree in a field in Ruhama Badlands in southern Israel on March 3, 2024. Photo by Chaim Goldberg/Flash90.

Looking for a meaningful last-minute gift this Father’s Day? Jewish National Fund-USA’s e-certificates allow you to plant trees in Israel with just a few clicks and have the certificate delivered to your dad’s inbox.

The online tree-planting process is simple: visit jnf.org/trees, select your tree-certificate design and add a personal inscription. You can choose to have the e-certificate sent directly to your father, grandfather, uncle or anyone else via email, or to you to forward or print out.

Tree e-certificates from Jewish National Fund-USA also allow the planting of trees in memory of a loved one no longer with you.

Moreover, as fires rage throughout northern Israel caused by terror attacks, now is the time to support tree planting in the Jewish homeland.

Tree e-certificates start at just $10 when multiples of 10 are purchased through the organization’s EZ Tree program (jnf.org/eztree). Individual certificates can also be purchased for $18 per tree.

For more information or to place an order, visit: jnf.org/trees

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