A digital marketing agency has partnered with an organisation and planted 1,000 trees in celebration of new business wins.Advertisement
Soap Media has joined up with One Tree Planted after setting a goal to reduce its carbon footprint.
Soap Media will plant 100 trees for each new client, in places where deforestation is rife. This year the company have gained 10 new clients and planted 1,000 trees.
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Additionally, the agency will be working closely with One Tree Planted to understand exactly where their donations will be most valuable, ensuring help and support are being given to areas that need it most.
Not only does this partnership support reforestation efforts and raise awareness about the importance of ecosystem restoration, but it also gives Soap Media’s client’s the opportunity to get involved in bettering the planet and its people, without having to become directly involved.
Ashley Lamontagne, Forest Campaign Manager at One Tree Planted said: “We appreciate the support of Soap Media and all the great work we will be able to do as a result of this partnership. Through this initiative, we will be able to plant more trees and further our goal of global reforestation”
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On this partnership, CEO and Co-Founder of Soap Media, Markerle Davis, said: “Taking steps towards improving our carbon footprint is something we feel extremely passionate about. Although we’ve always had environmental initiatives in place, we want to start taking further steps to become more environmentally and socially focused.
“Being able to work with a non-profit organisation like One Tree Planted and having the opportunity to support people in communities that are dealing with environmental destruction is a great first step.
“Capitalising on a period of unprecedented growth, we’re aiming to plant as many trees as possible this year. We’re already looking forward to seeing the environmental and social impacts this partnership will have in communities that need our help.”
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