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Green Giving

We all know Black Friday and the associated shopping sprees are linked with a negative impact on the planet, which is why we've launched our Green Giving vouchers throughout November. If you are looking to buy a special someone in your life something this month, our Green Giving vouchers combine a wonderful experience alongside planting a tree at the Charlotte's Wood project being run by Earthly, one of our fellow B Corps. We have included all our voucher types in our Green Giving vouchers, so you can be sure to find something just right for your lucky person.

What's more, for every Green Giving voucher sold in November, we are committing to matching your donation and will be planting a tree too.

So... that's an incredible gift experience and two trees planted through your donation and ours!
It feels good to give back.

Green Giving Vouchers

Where will the tree be planted?

Your tree will be planted at Charlotte's Wood, a previously unused farm field located in the Mendip Hills of Somerset. This project has been picked by Earthly as it will not only restore a wet woodland to support a high diversity of rare insects, declining bird species and even otters, but it will also prevent flooding in the area.

In the UK, woodlands only cover 13% of land area, yet they are a priority habitat for nature-based solutions that support people, biodiversity and climate mitigation. Regenerating wet woodlands like Charlotte’s Wood is an opportunity to begin regaining these lost forests.

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Green Giving Vouchers

We've created Green Giving vouchers for all our vouchers, so you can still pick the perfect gift for your loved one, friend or colleague and simply by selecting one of our Green Giving vouchers, you'll be donating to the Charlotte's Wood tree planting project too! 

All vouchers will show that their gift includes a donation from you to plant a tree at Charlotte's Wood in Somerset and that we will be too, so in fact their gift has brought two trees to life to capture carbon, create habitats and prevent flooding! Pretty nifty eh?!