The work at Conservation Alliance wouldn't be possible without all of our outdoor industry brand members. But a lot of them aren't only involved with Conservation Alliance; many of our member brands are committed to a diverse variety of environmental causes. Today we're highlighting The North Face Canada, who launched a Facebook campaign Wednesday December 15, 2010 to support David Suzuki Foundation, which works toward environmental conservation through education, advocacy and policy work.
If you don’t already “like” The North Face on Facebook, now’s the time to do so for a great cause! Between now and December 31st, The North Face Canada will be donating $1 for each new user that “likes” our Facebook page to the David Suzuki Foundation, which works toward environmental conservation through education, advocacy and policy work. The donation, up to $20,000, will be announced on December 31st.
Visit our Facebook page to participate and to find daily tips on how to be environmentally friendly this holiday season.
“As the world’s leading outdoor apparel and equipment brand, The North Face continuously strives to implement more sustainable business practices and reduce our carbon footprint,” states Corey Stecker, Marketing Manager of The North Face Canada. “We are excited to work with the David Suzuki Foundation to show Canada just how easy it is to be eco-friendly this holiday season.”
“We are grateful to The North Face for this support and we applaud Canadians who are making environmentally friendly choices during the holiday season,” said Dr. Faisal Moola, Director of Science the David Suzuki Foundation. “It is a time to share your deepest values and remember what matters most – family, friends and our precious planet.”