HAPI Trees year 2: Nationwide tree planting project

Posted by admin | Posted on August 7, 2016

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Empowering People to Unite with Nature. If we only give much more than what we take, I believe that this world will be a better place. Last year HAPI had arranged an ambitious project called the HAPI Trees and we were able to plant thousands of trees from the limited hands and resources we had then. This year, as we had moved more people to care, many people took the challenge to show real compassion not only for humanity but most of all for the planet.
This coming September 11, 2016 all across the Philippines with 22 chapters to choose from, we are giving you the chance to be a part of the solution, when you will be “tree” as you give life to one…or more.

Our organization relies on our people and donors alone. If you want to be a part of this project, join us and plant those trees. This is event is FREE for all the chapters except in Manila that needs some funding for the mobilization, hauling of the free seedlings we will get from the DENR and the site prep of the planting site. If anyone of you is interested to help, we will be very grateful. Nevertheless, despite limitations on the funds, we are committing this year’s numbers that is realistic, possible and doable. As of this moment many LGUs and organizations are enlisted to be our partners on this event as they recognized that this is an event very much worth doing.The life you need and aim for won’t come from anyone else but you. Let’s move together for this through HAPI, through YOU.

ENLIST YOURSELVES ON ANY CHAPTERS. JOIN THE EVENT PAGE TO KNOW MORE OF THE DETAILS.

From humanity and the planet, Thank You.

“For each moment we love the planet, is a moment we care for humanity.

For every tree is a  love for everyone”

-Jennifer C. Gutierrez
HAPI Executive Director, Climate Reality Leader, Human.

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