Greetings, dear friends, donors and supporters wherever you may be!
Today´s the day!
It´s Climate Action Week and we´re going to say a collective Happy Birthday, Planet Earth!
And keep working on that beautiful big birthday present we told you about. – our pledge to plant 55,000 trees by the end of next year.
Donations will be 100% matched for the first $100. Please spread the word and donate if you can!
We've set ourselves this goal in honor of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, and the urgent need to do something about climate change. We have the land, we have community interest, we've been working hard on fundraising, and all we need is more cash to finance the making and buying in the seedlings, and paying for the labor costs of planting and maintaining the baby trees.
So how can you help?
There's a couple of different ways.
1. Make a donation if you can!
2. Spread the word among your friends, family, and colleagues, encouraging them to share our link on their networks and join you in donating. Together we can get those trees planted, storing carbon, helping to mitigate the effects of global warming, and protecting our common home, this beautiful planet.
So would you join us and make a donation towards those wonderful fifty acres of rainforest?
Every donation this week is matched at 100% for the first $100!
Thank you all so much, and please stay safe,
with rainforest hugs from the Iracambi Forestry Team
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