After the establishment of Africa Wood Grow Limited the interest in agroforestry projects grew both in Kenya and the Netherlands. In order to respond to this growing interest, money had to be raised, therefore the Foundation was built in 2014. The Foundation is located in The Hague and focuses on raising funds and awareness for the challenges related to climate change in dry climates and the opportunities Africa Wood Grow aims to create. The collection of funds is done through private donations through social media and the website, cooperation with businesses and other foundations, personal relations, and giving paid presentations concentrated on awareness. The funds are donated to the Kamiti CBO, which buys seedlings and services from Africa Wood Grow Limited in order to support the local member farmers in managing their agroforestry projects.
Additionally, the board members of the Foundation are all volunteers, who weekly dedicate their time and effort to working for the Foundation. They aim at enhancing the livelihood resilience of the local community and diminishing the effects of climate change in eroded and deforested areas by collecting as many donations as possible for agroforestry projects.