One of our core values at hempnath is contribution. We aim to make a positive impact in our communities, in the environment, and in the world.
Besides our commitment towards sustainability and a greener globe, we also want to help make a difference in peoples' lives, especially for those who are in need.
In the last two and half years, we have been able do our part in helping people that are in need the most and restoring lands through planting trees. We have been able to do that by working with some really incredible non-profit organisations.
We also want to thank you for doing your part in supporting us to make a difference in the world.
Blink Now Foundation
We are so pleased to be able to lend a helping hand to Blink Now Foundation with their emergency response efforts during the coronavirus pandemic.
We donated 100% of our week's sales for the cause. With the help from everyone of you, we were able to donate £1,352 or $1,701, which is a little over NRS 2,000,00.⠀
Eden Reforestation Project
Since partnering with Eden Reforestation project, we have promised to plant three trees with every order we get from you.
We are proud to say that so far we have been able to plant over 6,000 trees around the world through Eden Reforestation project since 21st of February 2020.
Eden Reforestation projects reduces extreme poverty and restores healthy forests by employing local villagers to plant millions of trees every year.
Click here to learn more about our partnership with Eden Reforestation.
Click here to Learn more about the work being done by Eden Reforestation project and how you can help.
We have been able to play a small part in Merging NepSocs's COVID-19 relief initiative to support international students from Nepal during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Ever since the effect of the Pandemic begin, Merging NepSocs has started helpline to support International students facing both financial and emotional problems. They have been able to help these students by offering advice, information and guidance on different issues. They have identified many students who require immediate help and distributed necessary resources.
Click here to learn more about Merging NepSocs and their COVID-19 relief initiative.