Global Leader in Reusable Masks, Debrief Me®, Commits to Planting One Tree for Every Item Sold Online

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Debrief Me expects to plant more than 100,000 trees in 2021 through reforestation nonprofit One Tree Planted

A woman wearing a white Premium Everyday face mask.

Debrief Me's Premium Everyday Mask is one of various face masks available on the company's website. Every mask purchase plants one tree.

Restoring and conserving the environment is more important than ever, and it's great to have the support of companies like Debrief Me to make a positive impact through reforestation. The trees we'll plant will help with California's forest fire recovery efforts.

Debrief Me, a global wellness brand offering a variety of premium reusable face masks, filters and neck gaiters, today announced a partnership with reforestation nonprofit One Tree Planted. Debrief Me aims to plant more than 100,000 trees by committing to plant one tree for every mask sold on the company’s website.

“We know that masks have become a staple for consumers across the globe,” said Matt Silver, Founder of Debrief Me. “We are proud to be the global leader in high-quality, reusable masks that promote wellness not only for the people who use them, but for our planet. Our mission of promoting wellness aligns perfectly with One Tree Planted’s reforestation efforts.”

The partnership is designed to make it easy for customers to get involved in global reforestation. For every item sold on Debrief Me’s website, the company will give $1 to One Tree Planted, the amount needed to plant one tree. The trees are planted by local partner organizations and community volunteers in areas where there has been deforestation. Debrief Me’s donations will help the nonprofit’s reforestation efforts in areas recently damaged by California’s wildfires.

“Restoring and conserving the environment is more important than ever, and it's great to have the support of companies like Debrief Me to make a positive impact through reforestation,” said Diana Chaplin, Canopy Director of One Tree Planted. “The trees we'll plant will help with California's forest fire recovery efforts."

According to One Tree Planted, reforestation is consistently identified by scientists as one of the top solutions to the climate crisis, and the trees planted as part of this initiative will support the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

Debrief Me is currently selling its line of face masks on its official website and in more than 30 marketplaces worldwide. Its Premium Everyday® reusable non-medical face mask recently received a bacterial filtration efficiency rate of >99.9% from Nelson Labs®, an ANAB accredited testing laboratory. Other products available from Debrief Me include neck gaiters, various kinds of face masks and mask accessories.

ABOUT DEBRIEF ME
Debrief Me helps health-conscious individuals who want to wake up feeling good every day by producing high-quality products that protect individual health, bring inner peace, and assist people in achieving daily clarity.
The global health and wellness brand currently offers a variety of premium everyday reusable face masks, filters and neck gaiters that can protect against dust, air pollution, and other unhealthy airborne particles. Launched in 2017, Debrief Me is a global leader in reusable face masks. For more information about Debrief Me® and its line of reusable face masks, visit: DebriefMe.com.

ABOUT ONE TREE PLANTED
One Tree Planted is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit on a mission to make it simple for anyone to help the environment by planting trees. Their projects span the globe and are done in partnership with local communities and knowledgeable experts to create an impact for nature, people, and wildlife. Reforestation helps to rebuild forests after fires and floods, provide jobs for social impact, and restore biodiversity. Many projects have overlapping objectives, creating a combination of benefits that contribute to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. To learn more, visit onetreeplanted.org

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