1 Table, 5 Trees
GLD Products partners with the American Forests ReLeaf Program to plant five trees for every game table sold on our website. That means any time you buy a billiard, foosball, air hockey, or multi-game table right here on our website, you'll plant five trees in the most needed landscapes of America.
We chose American Forests for their ability to target high-priority landscapes and their focus on long-term forest resilience. We wanted to be sure our donations would be high-impact and create long-lasting effects. American Forests is the oldest national conservation organization in the U.S. and they've planted over 60 million trees so far.
How it Works
The process is simple. Just purchase the game table of your choice and we take care of the rest.
You purchase a game table from our website
We make a donation to American Forests
They plant 5 trees in your honor
Trees benefit our world in many ways. Here are the four main benefits and why they matter to us right now.
Trees help us breathe. Through their leaves and bark, trees take in pollutants from the air and release clean oxygen for us to breathe. Just one tree can provide an entire day's supply of oxygen for up to four people.
Trees give us clean water. Their intricate root systems act like filters to purify the water. In fact, more than 50% of U.S. drinking water originates in forests. They also reduce the risk of natural disasters like floods and landslides by capturing rainwater.
Trees provide critical habitats. More than 5 million species depend on forests for their survival. Even small changes at the bottom of the food chain can have an enormous ripple effect on our world.
Trees support the economy. From arborists, to farmers, to loggers, the job opportunities are in no short supply. Along with supporting the economy, trees also provide food, medicine, and shelter for people all over the world.
American ReLeaf Project
The American ReLeaf program conserves and restores forests across North America. American Forests works to conserves the forests we already have, and restore damaged forests to a healthy state. Due to their diligence, they have planted over 60 million trees in the last 30 years. Their efforts have made a huge difference in the millions of acres of native forests that have been lost or degraded by disasters and unsustainable deforestation.
Explore the ReLeaf Program map to view both new and ongoing American ReLeaf projects.
We're proud to join them in their efforts to create resilient, healthy forests for our future. You can read more about their projects here.