Oliver & Rain and One Tree Planted Partner to Have A Tree Planted For Every Order Made On Their Website

​​Oliver & Rain, a sustainable baby clothing brand based in Atlanta, Georgia, has partnered with One Tree Planted to help give back to the earth. We are huge fans of companies that give back to the planet especially after learning that from 2015 to 2016, the world lost 73.4 million acres of trees, a 51% increase from the year before. It’s time to take action to help our planet and how great you can do that while buying sustainable baby clothing.

Since Earth Day, April 22, 2019, for every order placed on OliverandRain.com the company will make a donation to One Tree Planted to plant a tree to help reforest the planet. This comes at no extra cost to the consumer. Oliver & Rain’s goal is to not only provide their customers with soft baby clothes, but to make a positive impact on the planet. Built from the idea that they can leave the world a better place for children, sustainability is at the heart of everything they do.

Oliver & Rain clothes are made using organic cotton and sustainable materials to minimize waste and maximize comfort. Oliver & Rain is a better choice for children’s clothes that are both baby-friendly and earth-friendly, yet always stylish and affordable.

One Tree Planted is a nonprofit organization with a mission to make it simple for anyone to help the environment, and planting trees is one of the most effective ways to do that. Trees clean the air we breathe and the water we drink. They help stabilize our climate, provide habitat for biodiversity, and create sustainable jobs. Through professionals and volunteers, they’re getting trees in ground all around the world. One Tree Planted works with a network of local planting partners and tree nurseries that are knowledgeable about local ecology. In addition to offering a simple sustainability solution, they aim to raise awareness about the importance of trees.

For more information about Oliver & Rain, please visit OliverandRain.com. For more information about One Tree Planted, please visit onetreeplanted.org​​


Source: Oliver and Rain, One Tree Planted