Caring and Conserving
Founded in 1919, Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens is an award-winning nonprofit caring for endangered species and educating hundreds of thousands of guests a year. Since 2014, we have invested over $2.4 million dollars in conserving plants and animals in the wild including fully funding the salaries of ten field staff including two wildlife veterinarians. We plant a tree for each child visiting on a field trip and four trees for every annual membership sold. We are accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and The Morton Register of Arboreta and are members of the American Public Gardens Association.
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About Trees For The Future
With almost three decades in the field, Trees for the Future has a strong track record. They’ve planted over 145 million trees in dozens of countries and revitalized hundreds of thousands of acres of soil while improving the lives of thousands of families.Find out more
Let’s Get Planting
Your donation has a direct impact on the earth and lives of the people who need it most. By helping us plant trees, you give families the ability to transition from unsustainable farming techniques to a flourishing Forest Garden system. Your donation not only helps the environment, but it also empowers farmers to end poverty for their families.Donate