We’re thrilled to announce news of a smashing competition we’re running in The Green Parent magazine.
From now until the 11th of May you could be in with a chance to win four seriously eco-friendly tee-shirts from our sustainable range, plus a tote bag too. It’s a great family bundle of goodies worth £100 that’ll stylishly show the world how much you love the planet.
Every item in our fundraising range – including our Celebri-Tee-Shirts with exclusive designs by Kate Winslet and others – is 100% organic cotton, vegan friendly and posted in planet-friendly funky recycled wrapping.
Word Forest plants a minimum of one tree for every item sold. Additionally, the manufacturers of our organic cotton hoodies and bags, Teemill have a weekend each month where they also plant a tree for every item sold – that’s tree-mendous and then some!
So what do you have to do to be in with a chance of winning? Click here for details or pick up a copy of The Green Parent, available from all good magazine retailers and you’ll find the details inside.
We’re so excited about this competition in The Green Parent, it’s a great publication with a big green heart that shares many of our values too. We’re optimistic it’ll spread the message about the critical work we’re doing planting trees in Kenya, supporting women’s empowerment, environmental education and more besides.
We’d really appreciate you giving us a helping hand by sharing news of the contest on your social media platforms or featuring it on your blogs and vlogs. If you’d like a comment from our team or you fancy doing a short interview to give it a boost, we’d be delighted to assist and very grateful indeed.
When you #WearItForWordForest you’re showing how important ethical fashion is and looking super-stylish in the process.
Ultimately, the more fast-growing trees we get in the ground in Kenya, the better our chance of cleaning the air we breathe all over the planet and of mitigating our climate emergency too.
Thanks for anything you can do to spread the good, green word and good luck with the contest!
Sue and The Team
PS: …and last but by no means least, check out this shortie from Rapanui talking about the circular economy and why it matters to us all.