Join Dell’s Plant a Tree Program: Make a positive, lasting difference for climate, community, water and wildlife for generations to come
|Dell is delivering on its promise to build a legacy of good—and inviting its employees, customers and partners to join this journey. |
We design our products and services to be as energy efficient as possible, but they still have an impact on the environment. That’s why we’ve teamed up with The Conservation Fund to help provide climate, community, water and wildlife benefits for present and future generations .
In 2008, Dell set a goal of planting 1 million trees by 2020 which we reaffirmed as part of our American Business Act on Climate Pledge. We also invited customers to join our efforts, planting trees to sequester carbon, restore native tree species and protect natural wildlife habitats across the U.S. In 2017, we reached our Million Tree Challenge goal – three years ahead of schedule – resulting in the restoration of 2,000 acres … that’s more than 1,500 football fields!
|Your Contributions in Action|
Together, we are having a positive lasting impact in vulnerable deforested areas and important watershed regions like Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge in south Texas (home to the last remaining breeding population of ocelots in the country),the Upper Ouachita National Wildlife Refuge in southern Louisiana and Marais des Cygnes Wildlife Area in central Kansas.
Increasing our Impact
Together, we can do more. Our now expanded Plant a Tree Program supports a wide variety of National Wildlife Refuge enhancement and restoration efforts across the United States. With 100% of your donation supporting The Conservation Fund, our Plant a Tree program is a simple way to make a positive, lasting difference on the environment.
You can donate online by simply adding the “Plant a Tree option” to your shopping cart. If you are in a business, ask your account representative about adding the Plant a Tree option to your Premier Account.
If you are outside the U.S., please support Plant a Tree by contributing directly to the Earth Day Network’s Canopy Project