Conservatory Outlet are firmly committed to protecting the environment, hence their support for Ripple Africa.
(PRWEB UK) 22 April 2012
Wakefield conservatory, window and door suppliers Conservatory Outlet have announced that they have extended their support for Ripple Africa, a UK Registered Charity Working in Africa, for another 12 months.
Conservatory Outlet are firmly committed to protecting the environment, hence their support for Ripple Africa who are involved with a variety of environmental projects in Malawi, Africa.
So far, the home improvement firm has agreed to fund the planting of 20 tree nurseries in Malawi which equates to 72,000 trees per year, one tree for every window or door frame manufactured by Conservatory Outlet, or 50 trees for all conservatories and orangeries installed by its dealership.
On top of this, Managing Director of Conservatory Outlet, Matthew Glover, has also confirmed that next year’s Fabricator and Installer Trade (FIT) Show, which he has co-organised, will be supporting Wakefield charity Thornes Park Nursery.
In addition to providing the initiative with regular monthly donations, the FIT Show will also fund the design of a new website for Thornes Park Nursery, which is based less than a mile away from Conservatory Outlet and FIT Show’s head offices.
The Nursery can also expect to benefit from Matthew’s business and marketing expertise that has seen him prosper with Conservatory Outlet and the launch of the FIT Show, a huge event in the double glazing and conservatory industry calendar for 2013.
Ripple Africa and Thornes Park Nursery are both great examples of how, collectively, FIT Show and Conservatory Outlet are making a difference to charities locally and much further afield.