Year One With 1% for the Planet

Working with 1% for the Planet and the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust to support local conservation and fund environmental projects.

April TurnerApril Turner

April Turner, 29 March, 2024

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This month we’re celebrating our first year with 1% for the Planet, which we achieved by donating 1% of our revenue to environmental causes. The donations have been verified by 1% for the Planet, and we have successfully gained our accreditation.

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Over the past year, our team has been working with our chosen partner: the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust. Through funding projects, volunteering, and providing our services, we have contributed a total of £6,250 towards safeguarding local wildlife and preserving natural habitats.


Photo taken by our colleague Francis

This partnership has allowed us to support local conservation and deepen our understanding of the importance of biodiversity in sustaining ecosystems.

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Laurence filming for the Hampshire & IOW Wildlife Trust

Our donation included the creation of a video highlighting the importance of wildlife conservation and the work being done by the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust. This video not only raises awareness but also serves as a call to action for individuals and businesses alike to join us in our commitment to protecting our natural world.

In addition to our financial and service contributions, the team were also hands-on volunteering to do balsam pulling. This is an invasive species if not kept under control, can threaten ecosystems. These experiences have not only allowed us to connect with nature but have also felt rewarding working with a great organisation to protect our landscape.

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Francis and Scott during our volunteering

Climate change, habitat loss, pollution, and declining wildlife populations pose significant challenges to the health of our planet. Recognizing the urgency of these issues, we have committed to continuing this partnership for 2024 to expand our impact on local conservation efforts.

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