Avon Products, Inc. launched Hello Green Tomorrow in 2010 by giving $1 million for Plant A Billion Trees focused on the restoration of the Atlantic Forest in Brazil to help end deforestation. In the first 2 years of the program, Avon has raised more than $2.7 million in more than 50 countries around the world while mobilizing global sales force to sell Hello Green Tomorrow fundraising products – including an aluminum water bottle in the U.S. to the “Eco Hero: Bracelet and other products in Europe, Latin America, South Africa and Asia.
Harley-Davidson® is supporting reforestation efforts through the Conservancy’s Plant a Billion Trees campaign. With the launch of its Renew the Ride program in 2013, the Harley-Davidson Motor Company and its Harley-Davidson Foundation supported forest restoration in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil. In 2014, Harley-Davidson supported restoration of a longleaf pine forest in southeastern Virginia, where Harley-Davidson riders and corporate leaders worked side by side to place the first 1,000 seedlings in the ground. In addition, Harley-Davidson’s Renew the Ride program is encouraging riders to raise awareness and funding for conservation by participating in rides and other events through their local dealership or Harley Owners Group® chapter. Harley-Davidson has set a goal to raise funds to help plant 50 million trees worldwide by 2025 with the Conservancy.
Ecosia is a search engine that contributes 80 percent of its revenue to rainforest protection. Since 2010, Ecosia has contributed nearly $1.7 million to conservation, and for two years starting on August 22, 2013, Ecosia will contribute this funding to the Conservancy’s Plant a Billion Trees program, with guaranteed minimum payment of $150,000 per year.
NBBJ is a proud supporter of Plant A Billion Trees, which leverages and advances the firm’s Legacy Project, with a goal of planting one million trees by 2030 to counteract the destruction of forests and declining biodiversity.
Founded in 1943, NBBJ is an international design practice that helps its clients drive innovation by creating highly productive, sustainable spaces that free people to live, learn, work and play as they were meant to. Their global network of “renaissance teams” includes more than 700 architects, researchers, strategists, nurses, anthropologists, planners and interior designers who generate ideas that have a profound and lasting impact.
Jostens is supporting the Conservancy’s Plant a Billion Trees program to help bring back forests in the United States, Brazil and China. Students from across the U.S. have the opportunity to join Jostens in raising up to $75,000 to help the environment through yearbook and class ring customization offerings. Funds will also be raised when students redeem coded hang tags on Jostens’ Elements Collection(R) graduation gowns. The program is offered through June 30, 2015.