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Did Team Trees meet their goal?

I remember every YouTuber under the sun supporting it, but I don't think I ever heard what the final tally ended up being. Also, did those trees actually get planted?

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Kelton Conroy
2020-04-20 18:26:12

Team Trees, the initiative to raise $20 million to go toward planting trees started by YouTuber MrBeast, is actually still active. Even though they're not actively campaigning anymore, the website is still up, and they're still taking donations to be forwarded on to the Arbor Day Foundation. They hit their goal in December 2019, and the current total is upwards of $21.8 million.

The Arbor Day foundation has a detailed list of where those trees are going (they partner with sites all over the world) and when they'll be planted. They plan on planting all 20 million of those trees by December 2022.

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Anonymous
2020-05-05 11:45:46

YES ALL HAIL OUR LORD MR BEAST ALSO JUST GO TO THE WEBSITE THERE ANSWER AND PROOF IS ALL THERE

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Anonymous
2020-05-01 09:48:13

no

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Anonymous
2020-05-01 05:55:55

Yes.I actually was the last person to plant a tree, and I accidentally ate it because I was drunk and it looked like a banana. It didn't get digested, and now I am starting to see a tree growing out of my anus. Luckily, it is small, so it won't get too big for my a hole, but I am going to need to get t removed soon, or it could potentially damage my insides. no h0m0 no h0m0

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Anonymous
2020-05-01 01:53:37

they did, team trees met their goal about a year ago they planted 20 million trees and this was a true good for the earth

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Anonymous
2020-05-01 01:42:00

they did

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Anonymous
2020-04-29 23:02:19

no

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Anonymous
2020-04-29 22:22:12

NO THEY NEED 5000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 more

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Anonymous
2020-04-28 13:42:53

Yes team trees did meet their goal of 2 million trees


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