PROUD SPONSOR & REFORESTATION PARTNER OF
LET’S PLANT TREES TOGETHER
In response to the wildfires that ravaged California this past year as well as our multi-year commitment to organic & sustainable farming practices, we are excited to announce that we are now an on-going sponsor of One Tree Planted (OTP), a 501c3 non-profit with a focus on global reforestation.
For each new member of our wine club, Jada will donate a tree on his/her behalf. It’s one simple action we can do our part to help combat the damage being done to global and local ecosystems and assist in the replanting of the 3 million trees lost in the 2020 California fires alone.
Visit our website, order your Jada wine or join our wine club online, and we will make a donation on your behalf to plant a tree with One Tree Planted. Together, we can plant a forest, create jobs, and rebuild local communities and ecosystems.
ABOUT ONE TREE PLANTED
ONE TREE PLANTED IS A 501C3 NON-PROFIT WITH A FOCUS ON GLOBAL REFORESTATION.
As an environmental charity, they are dedicated to making it easier for individuals and businesses to give back to the environment, create a healthier climate, protect biodiversity and help reforestation efforts around the world. All by planting trees.
In 2019, they were able to get more trees in the ground than ever before – 4 million!
One Tree Planted has planting projects in four global regions: North America, Latin America, Africa, and Asia. Planting trees in each of these regions comes with its own diverse benefits, challenges, and rewards. And every reforestation project has its own unique impact on forests, communities, animals, and the planet overall.
When you purchase Jada wine or join our wine club, simply let us know which region to which you would like to donate a tree & will make a donation on your behalf. Otherwise, we will donate specifically to their efforts in rebuilding the forests in California after the tragic fires this year.
Let’s plant a forest.
THE JADA WINE CLUB
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