CoralTree’s Philanthropy Policy
Celebrating our work with B1G1
Sometimes when you spend so much time focussed on producing a very special product, your worldview can be very small. To keep us balanced, we need to make sure we are doing good out in the world too. And we’ve found a very exciting, motivating and heartwarming way of doing that here at CoralTree.
It may sound a bit corny, but we want to ensure that some of the love and goodness that we are building here is finding it’s way out into the world. We’re carers, we’re sharers – and we would love it if you joined us in giving back to this big wonderful world we live in.
We decided to partner with B1G1 for one very specific reason: Every cent we give them is spent directly on projects.
That’s huge! And when you see the incredible work that is being done when projects are community-led, respectful and engaging, you’ll be amazed at just how empowering charitable giving can be.
So when you buy a bottle of CoralTree’s Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, you’ll know that ……………
That means you may be helping young girls go to school, or feeding hungry children, or providing medical care or education to women in need. There are many possibilities and we want you to join in and have your say about what projects to support and how best we can be of service to those in need.
CoralTree is all about feeling good, doing good, being the best darn company we can be. This is our mark in the sand. Good things are going to happen.
Scroll on down to the bottom of this page. That fancy map will show you exactly where and how the money CoralTree’s customers are giving is being spent. Watch this page for updates, or come visit us on Facebook to see how we are doing. We’ll be asking for your input, so do please get involved.
“As it happens, this trip to a tribal village school would be the shining highlight of my trip to India. But at the time, it felt like a long way to go for a tradesman’s errand. I was told we were off to install a computer and help paint the school building. Little did I know the experience that awaited.”