Our Partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects
How We Are involved...
Through our new partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects, Caburn Hope will be supporting the sustainable planting, growth and protection of mangrove trees at sites in Haiti, Honduras, Indonesia, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, Nepal and Nicaragua.
Our mission with your support is to directly plant a minimum of 3,000 trees in 2021 with Eden Reforestation Projects.
= 60 Trees
For every webinar attendee Eden Reforestation Projects will plant 60 trees with our donation
= 100 Trees
For every new client we win – we will plant 100 trees with the help of Eden Reforestation Projects
= Even More Trees!
All funds raised from our cake sales, raffles and other internal events will go directly to Eden Reforestation Projects
Who are Eden Reforestation Projects...
Eden Reforestation Projects have a holistic approach to reforestation and ecological restoration. Their global restoration network is creating livelihoods for millions of people living in extreme poverty by empowering them to restore and protect forests on a massive scale.
They are a non-profit NGO whose mission is to provide fair wage employment to impoverished villagers as agents of global forest restoration. They hire the poorest of the poor to grow, plant, and guard the maturity of the native species forest on a massive scale.
Eden Reforestation Projects currently plants over 12,000,000 trees each month and achieved a milestone of planting approximately 583 million trees in June 2021, with an aim to plant a minimum of 500 million trees each year by 2025.
Find out more by visiting Eden Reforestation Projects website here.
Why We Are Partnering With Eden Reforestation Projects...
As leading communication experts in our field, we are motivated in setting the highest standards in everything we do. That means driving positive change wherever we can.
Caburn Hope’s brand essence and ethos is to emotionally make the lives of people better by unleashing the power to inspire and engage. To partner with an organisation that significantly empowers people to alleviate extreme poverty in their impacted communities by connecting, improving and harmonizing with nature is an approach that we whole-heartedly support.
Making the world a better place for us and future generations is so important to everyone at Caburn Hope. For this to happen, people and nature need to co-exist in a sustainable way.
After a year of uncertainty and struggle, it’s important to reflect. Finding ways to bring communities together in times of social distancing and taking steps to help save our planet through reforestation of lost forests is a healthy response. This year more than any year is a wakeup call for change. “In COVID-19, the planet has delivered it’s strongest warning to date that humanity must change” and partnering with Eden Reforestation Projects is a fantastic step in the right direction.
One of the critical elements for long-term success on a large scale project like this is funding, which is where we can help. Without donors, business partners and grants, there is little chance of a reforestation project that truly benefits the people and the surrounding ecosystem being sustainable. Eden Reforestation Projects are a shining example of how it can really work, and we are delighted to support them.
- Elizabeth Spencer Phillips, Co-Founder and MD
Examples of their work...
Enjoy a Minute of Nature
A beautiful short video showcasing a forest created by Eden Reforestation Projects. Watch their amazing work that shows the true power of natural regeneration.
Madagascar Case study
Watch this close up snippet of the involvement Eden Reforestation Projects has had on Madagascar's reforestation and it's communities.
Plant Trees. Save Lives
Here is a case study on the benefits Eden Reforestation Projects has on a local community. Encouraging a positive relationship with their surrounding ecosystem.
Why Is Eden Reforestation Projects vision so important...
Deforestation is a global phenomenon caused by a variety of factors. These factors range from large-scale slash and burn practices to unsustainable agriculture to daily community forest destruction.
The regions most impacted by deforestation are highly poverty-stricken and underdeveloped areas. With few options to support their families, often members of impoverished communities are forced to destroy their local environment to survive, such as cutting down trees for construction, fuel, heat, and agricultural purposes. In the long term, the localised consequence of deforestation causes flooding, erosion and desertification.
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