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Partner with us

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We work with businesses and organisations, who share our vision of reforestation and rainforest conservation. 

Together, we can make an impact!

One for one

Plant a tree for every product sold, donate a percentage of sales, or donate trees monthly

Staff plantings

Fuel employee engagement through purposeful planting with your staff, fostering unity and sustainability.


Start a fundraiser or campaign and raise trees.

There are many ways to get involved and plant trees

By working with us, you are...


Some of our fabulous partners and their contribution

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SAP is a global software company with a strong sustainability vision. SAP has a goal of planting 21 million trees by the end of 2025. 

Their funding has enabled us to reforest a vast area of cleared land with a large diversity of native rainforest species. 

We are excited to help SAP reach their goal of high-quality ecosystem repair.


Santos Organics is a local not-for-profit health, bulk food & fresh produce store. Santos has been supporting our work from our establishment through several grants. 

The Santos Organics grants have been used to build part of our nursery, reforest burnt areas and regenerate critically endangered rainforest. 


We are the proud Australian partner of Ecosia, the incredible initiative to plant trees through web searches. 

We first connected with Ecosia during the 2019/20 bushfires. Their search engine aims to fight climate change and create employment opportunities in reforestation in 35+ countries.

A better planet with every search!

Partnership Application

Once your application is reviewed, we will notify you of acceptance, at which time we will sign a partnership agreement together. In order to launch the partnership, we require a credit of $440, which will then be contributed towards succeeding donation/s. 

If you are interested in partnering with us in other ways, get in contact via

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