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Sun, Apr 30



10,000 Trees for the Rouge Planting Afternoon

“There is none amongst the Muslims who plants a tree or sows seeds, and then a bird, or a person or an animal eats from it, but is regarded as a charitable gift for him.” (Bukhari)

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10,000 Trees for the Rouge Planting Afternoon
10,000 Trees for the Rouge Planting Afternoon

Time & Location

Apr 30, 2023, 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Markham, 93 Hillmount Rd, Markham, ON L6C, Canada


About The Event


Start Time:

1 PM (TMH Gathering)

1:30 PM (tree planting) 

Gathering Area:

Meet at Hillmount Park – southwest of Hillmount Road and Markland Street.

Check in at the large white tent. 


Park at Giesecke & Devrient, 316 Markland Street

What to Bring:


Bucket (2 or 5 gallon)

Water bottle

Eventbrite Ticket

Student Volunteer Hours Form (drop off at registration tent)

What to Wear:

Long pants

boots/sturdy footwear


Washrooms: Portable toilets will be available on-site.

See you all there in shaa Allah!


Spring is almost here! Join TMH for an afternoon of Tree planting with 10,000 Trees for the Rouge in the ongoing efforts that are helping to restore the Rouge Valley watershed, improving the natural environment in our communities.

There is none amongst the Muslims who plants a tree or sows seeds, and then a bird, or a person or an animal eats from it, but is regarded as a charitable gift for him.” (Bukhari)

Bring your friends and family for this FREE event and let's help our children get involved in improving our environment and appreciating Allah swt's creations!

Date and time:

Sunday April 30, 2023

1:00pm meet up. Find the the TMH Sign 

4:30pm planting ends  

***TMH will be a group and EACH member needs to register INDIVIDUALLY and each person must have their own TICKET through Eventbrite***


  • RSVP on the TMH events so we know how many TMH members we will be expecting
  • Individual Registration Link will on Eventbrite with 10,000 Trees:  Click here for Registration Link 
  • Please choose the afternoon 1:30-4:30pm session so can plant together 
  • EACH ADULT MUST register and have a ticket in their own name.
  • At checkout, in the box - "Volunteering as a member of a community group?..." Type in: YES - Toronto Muslim Homeschooler
  • FAMILIES WITH MINOR CHILDREN - If a family (or adult guardian) is bringing children, only ONE ADULT needs an Adult Planter with Minor(s) ticket, and they can write in MULTIPLE MINORS names on that ticket. Any other ADULT in the group needs to register for their own ticket.
  • DO NOT sign up for multiple tickets using one name for the same session
  • If you have highschoolers who need community service hours, you can choose, "YES" at checkout


  • Only participants who have agreed to 10,000 Trees' "Communicable Disease Liability Release and Assumption of Risk Agreement" can register to participate.
  • Based on personal decision making, participants are responsible for bringing and wearing PPE (facemasks, gloves, etc.) as applicable for an outdoor activity.
  • All participants are advised that appropriate clothing for conditions should be worn.
  • We strongly recommend participants wear, long pants, sturdy footwear, and garden/planting gloves.
  • Participants should bring their own sunscreen, bug repellant, water bottle and shovel.
  • All participants must maintain appropriate physical distancing when on the planting site.
  • If you are unable to attend the event for any reason, please CANCEL your registration in EVENTBRITE following the instructions provided in the e-mail confirming your registration and ticket.

If you have any questions, please email

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