Did you know that every 1.2 seconds, the forest area the size of a football field is destroyed? This isn’t something we at VidDay can sit by and watch. So, in 2020 we committed to give back by planting trees around the world.
Thanks to our customers and the help of One Tree Planted, we’ve now been able to plant 100,000 trees!
We believe people have enough stuff. So why gift something material?
Gift something that's filled with experiences and memories. It will mean so much more to the recipient — like a VidDay video.
We’re zero-emission, delivery-free, and now we’ve been able to make a lasting impact across the globe.
Our team is proud to be part of a movement that doesn’t contribute to consumerism and negatively impacts global warming. It’s one of our core brand values: to be a positive force in the world, for people, the community, and the planet.
Every video you create helps to plant trees.
Every month, we donate a portion of our net proceeds to planting trees in British Columbia, California, Australia, and the Amazon Rainforest.
That means that for every video gift you create, you're helping to plant trees and restore the world's forests.
How did VidDay plant 100,000 trees?
We partnered with One Tree Planted, a 501C3 non-profit based in Vermont. Local partner organizations and community volunteers plant trees in areas where there has been deforestation.
100,000 trees is a lot, and it can be hard to visualize.
What do 100,000 trees look like?
To understand the impact of 100,000 trees, you have to understand the effects of one tree.
A large, fully-grown tree can:
Become a home for mammals, insects, fungi, moss, and plants — building a new community
Discharges 100 gallons of water into the air in one day
500 trees can absorb the carbon dioxide produced by a car that's driven 13,000 miles!
If you want to learn more about your VidDay impact, One Tree Planted has some great resources for learning more about trees.
Are you inspired to contribute more?
Start your new VidDay today — and know that you’re helping to plant more trees.