Part of Leap’s core values have been to make the sustainable transition to go digital and save paper. Being a software company that helps contractors go digital, you know they had to go big for Earth Day! In line with the company brand and culture, Leap will be celebrating Earth Day once again with One Tree Planted.
The Leap and One Tree Planted partnership will plant a tree per every license signed in April. In addition, Leap will plant a tree on behalf of every customer that sends us a testimonial telling us why #papersucks and why the leap to digital was worth it. The partnership deal from last year planted over 200 trees in Appalachia, helping restore the natural habitat, in addition to encouraging customers to plant their own trees by sending out kits.
Interested in joining our mission to make the planet a little greener by planting a tree, without even leaving your house?! Send a written or video testimonial explaining why you made the Leap to digital to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will plant a tree in your name.
One Tree Planted is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that aims to reforest the planet. One tree at a time, they are dedicated to global reforestation. They also provide simple sustainable solutions to businesses, like Leap, and raise awareness about the importance of trees.
Original article source: Leap
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