For several decades, links between faith and environmental restoration have been actively promoted. The world's faiths have a profound impact on values and ethics, and because environmental destruction and poverty are, at least in part, crises of values and ethics, the world's faiths can play a role in addressing these issues. Engaging faith-based organisations to encourage land restoration is clearly a viable option. Regreening Africa has built on these early efforts by hosting a number of key faith-based events related to land restoration. This brief share key insights and learnings from programme activities and interventions that increased faith inclusion in continental restoration efforts and provided opportunities to improve current and future livelihoods.