One Toronto man truly understands the generosity of the holiday season.
For the third year in a row, Jessey Njau of Etobicoke is giving away Christmas trees from his front porch — free of charge.
Considering Christmas trees can cost anywhere from $25 to $100, being able to pick up a tree for free can really make someone’s holiday.
Njau shared the news on Instagram on Monday, saying the trees are available on a first, come first served basis. So if you’re in the market for a Christmas tree, you may want to head there ASAP.
Njau said he picked up 20 trees freshly cut on Monday, including 14 between four to five feet tall and six, six-footers.
The former IT professional-turned-urban-farmer can be found at 118 Tandridge Crescent. Just look for the front porch that’s filled with beautiful green trees.
However, if you make it to Njau’s and there are no more trees left, you can always pick up a tree at one of these Toronto locations.
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