Donate Trees to Communities in Need on Earth Day

In celebration of Earth Day on April 22nd, Great Eastern Energy (GEE), is collaborating with Trees for the Future for a 30 Days of Green Campaign to raise awareness about sustainable practices and to assist with their efforts in planting new trees in impoverished communities.

As part of this campaign, GEE will post a new green tip on its Facebook page every day from March 24th through April 22nd. GEE will then donate the cost of planting one new tree to Trees for the Future for every post that is liked or shared.

Trees for the Future is an organization dedicated to planting trees, not only for ecological reasons, but to benefit those in need in communities in Africa.

Follow Great Eastern Energy on Facebook to participate in 30 Days of Green here.

More awareness means more trees; and more trees make a better planet.

The campaign will culminate with all 30 green tips being available via a PDF download on GEE’s website.

The full press release can be viewed here.

 

 

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Sarah Kelly is Director of Marketing and Customer Experience for Great Eastern Energy. Sarah is responsible for overseeing Great Eastern Energy’s Client Services and Marketing teams. She is an industry veteran with over 15 years of experience in deregulated energy markets. Most recently she was Agera Energy’s VP of Marketing and prior to that she managed their Contract and Data Services team. Mrs. Kelly previously established Sunwave Gas & Power, a Canadian based company, as an energy supplier within several deregulated markets within the United States. Additionally, Sarah has held various operational and marketing positions at HOP Energy, U.S Gas & Electric, Gateway Energy, Hess Corporation and Select Energy. She holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Hartford in Connecticut.

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