Mixvoip plants a tree for each participant of their competition

This year, Mixvoip started growing its own forest! The majority of trees were planted in Kenya, but Mixvoip also supports projects in other countries. Last September and October, the telecommunications provider from Luxembourg published two articles about its employees in the Luxemburger Wort together with a small competition. In the end, one person was drawn as the winner of an iPhone 13 Mini, but Mixvoip didn’t forget about all the other participants.

On November 21, the day of the draw, a tree was planted via tree-nation.com for each of the participants. In total, 544 trees were donated to the Save the Aberdare Forest project in Kenya. On-site, a community-based organization is managing the donated trees to help communities affected by climate change. „[The] project aims to restore the degraded Aberdare Forest due to illegal logging, charcoal burning, and encroachment“ (tree-nation). Over the last three months, Mixvoip’s forest has grown from 0 to over 1000 trees, making up a total reforested area of 1.04 hectares.

Mixvoip will continue to grow its forest. If you would like to help with reforestation, feel free to donate some trees to the Mixvoip forest or start your own forest!

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