If you have had a new baby born in 2018 or are expecting on this year or in 2019, CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD WISHES. The Rotary in York are offering to provide, plant and maintain a tree on a site in York to commemorate your new arrival. How fantastic!
There is NO COST to you, the parent.
Rotary International President Ian Riseley recently stated that protecting the environment and curbing climate change are essential in supporting to Rotary’s goal of sustainable service and our commitment to communities. In the UK, Rotary is committing to planting 47,000 trees in 2018/19 as a lasting benefit to the environment.
In York, the project is to offer parents of all babies born in York in 2018-19 the chance to have a tree planted (planting starts November 2018) and maintained (at no cost) locally, in commemoration of their baby’s birth.
Note: The tree will not be specifically identifiable with your baby’s name and will not be “labelled”
All you need to do is fill in a form – CLICK HERE to get to it.
Your registration will be automatically acknowledged immediately, and you will subsequently receive an email with a personalised certificate from our Rotary Club Administrator for this programme, firstname.lastname@example.org.