Thursday, 23 May 2024
Thursday, 23 May 2024

DAYMADE donates 100,000 trees to Trees for the Future

THE partnership between prize platform DAYMADE and Trees for the Future has reached a milestone: DAYMADE has donated 100,000 trees to Trees for the Future.

DAYMADE launched just over a year ago as a prize platform where players can win incredible at-home prizes, all-inclusive holidays and local experiences or products from local businesses while planting trees.

CEO Andrew Broekelmann said:

“DAYMADE was born of the belief that experiences are more valuable than money. The platform offers players a wide range of prizes that are fun and memorable.”

DAYMADE is a Plant A Tree Partner of TREES. For every purchase on DAYMADE, Trees for the Future plants 1 tree.

TREES Executive Director John Leary said:

“The solution to our climate crisis is in the way we grow our food and treat our land. With help from vital business partners, we’re reaching some of the most vulnerable people on the planet and giving them the tools to achieve nutritional and economic stability, all while repairing their land and the environment.”

Trees for the Future (TREES) is an international development nonprofit working to train smallholder farmers in regenerative agroforestry and climate-smart agriculture techniques. TREES and DAYMADE are having a direct impact on the planet by contributing to reforestation efforts, eliminating the need for smallholder deforestation, improving carbon capture through trees and soil, and eliminating the need for chemical inputs on farmland.

DAYMADE is rated 4.8 on Trustpilot and prides itself on its close community, transparency and positive impact. Players are particularly drawn to the win-win element of the prize platform. Even if they miss out on a prize one week, they still plant a tree.

Player Heather Bull explains:

“I love the concept, a little treat for me and a little treat for the planet!”


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