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Leading global customer experience and business process outsourcing company, Webhelp, has announced a partnership with Trees4Scotland, an organisation which aims to restore Scotland’s native woodlands and protect and enhance biodiversity.
Webhelp will be working with the Tree Amigos programme developed by Trees4Scotland to provide a fun and easy way for school children to learn about biodiversity and the environment.
Anton Manley, chief operating officer at Webhelp UK, said: “Webhelp has sites in some of the most beautiful parts of Scotland and it is very important to us that we take our responsibilities to the communities around us very seriously. Trees4Scotland is a fantastic initiative that seeks to promote and protect Scotland’s native woodlands, so they were a natural partner for us to work with.
“Under the Tree Amigos programme we will be supporting local schools with tree planting initiatives and helping to show the children the importance of protecting our environment.”
Angus Crabbie from Trees4Scotland, said : “By relaunching the Tree Amigos Programme online we have made it easily accessible and free to all schools who wish to participate. With the support of all its partners we are sure the Tree Amigos Programme will soon play a key part in the education of all children in Scotland.”
The initiative forms part of Webhelp’s strategic commitment to environmental issues and sustainability.
Heather Astbury, head of PR at Webhelp, on +44(0)7825 593242 email@example.com