Calling for 2018 National Tree Day supporters
Author: Nell MacDonald
Planet Ark is inviting businesses to join us by sponsoring National Tree Day 2018.
Since 1996 National Tree Day has been Planet Ark’s flagship tree planting and nature-care event connecting communities, schools and businesses with nature. In that time, 3.8 million people have planted over 23 million native trees, shrubs, grasses and edibles.
Over 300,000 community members take part in the events annually. The event is a wonderful way for communities to get together, connect with nature, learn about sustainability and environmental issues and transform their local area into beautiful green spaces.
Sponsorship of this event is a perfect way to show your businesses commitment to the community and the environment whilst supporting one of the country’s largest environmental events.
The dates for next year's events are:
Schools Tree Day Friday 27th July 2018 and
National Tree Day Sunday 29th July 2018
For more information about how your business can get involved, contact Kristie on (02) 8484 7233 or email@example.com.
Nell is Special Projects Manager at Planet Ark.
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