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Charity to remove a tree in yard

Posted: Mon Nov 04, 2019 10:09 pm
by Wentz
Good evening,
My grandmother lives in Barre, VT and has a tree in her front yard that is causing concern. It needs to be removed but she is on a very limited budget (in fact she receives some public assistance). Someone told her there is a charity program that will assist her with removing the tree but she doesn't know any info about it. She was told that they will take the tree down for free and donate the wood. Could you provide any information on this charity program?

Re: Charity to remove a tree in yard

Posted: Fri Aug 28, 2020 4:01 pm
by Evaluation
I am trying to find someone who could or would know how to help an elderly couple out remove a tree in their yard. There 2 grand kids they have helped raise. For thanksgiving dinner she is almost deaf and he has Alzheimer. They cannot drive their grandchildren try to help by take them to drive and stuff but are having a hard time this year for holiday dinners as well as the tree work. They live at Venice FL 34293. They are having a very hard time with everything and a charity with needs, including tree removal would be great. But do best they can thank you and happy holidays.

Re: Charity to remove a tree in yard

Posted: Tue Sep 01, 2020 3:30 pm
by Admin
Try a charity for tree removal. There are volunteers that help around the home. Maybe they can do some basic tree work.
Just be sure of any liability though. As if a volunteer, that is uninsured does work on a tree, and hurts themselves or damages your home, you want to be cautions of that.