Every Set of 6 Bracelets Plants TWO Trees!
Inspired by the Giant Galapagos Turtle
This iconic turtle is in tremendous danger of extinction. It is included in this category because almost 90% of the population disappeared in the last 180 years.
Many of the turtle subspecies are now listed as endangered or critically endangered as a result of historical overexploitation for consumption by sailors (later settlers), but destruction and fragmentation of forests, through extraction timber trade and shifting cultivation is the main long-term threat.
Tortoises in the Galápagos are like ecosystem engineers. They contribute to seed dispersal and mold the ecosystem. That ecological role is so important!
Every tree you plant helps conserve our planet and keep species at high risk alive.
Twice The Impact!
When you purchase the Galapagos Tortoise Bracelet, you’ll plant two trees and will feed two children in need.
Ordering this set of six meaningful bracelets generate a huge impact and reflects your love and care for the conservation of our planet.
A Tough Challenge Made Simple!
We are proud to help reforest our planet thanks to you, and to our amazing partners at One Tree Planted, who take the actual hard work of planting on their hands, with high profile skills and proven track records planting over 4 million trees in 2020 alone.
DOUBLE Amount of Trees:
Two trees will be planted on your name at one of the most deforested places on earth. We currently plant trees in over 17 countries in 4 continents thanks to the efforts of our partners at One Tree Planted, who took this mission seriously and are an example to many institutions across the world!
On top of that, you will receive a digital certificate of contribution on your name, for your priceless help.
DOUBLE Amount of Meals:
Thanks to your purchase, two children living in poverty conditions in the Andes of Peru will have breakfast, which will help them grow healthier and stronger. We couldn't be able to do this without the amazing nonprofit partners we work with, OLI Foundation and Kusimayo.org.