For many, it’s still a tad early to be putting up Christmas trees – though it seems that the movable feast that is “when’s the appropriate time to start festive decorations” gets earlier with every passing year. In any event, there’s bound to be those out there hoping to get in the spirit, like, right now-*cough* The Dome *cough*-or just super organised people wishing to sort their Christmas tree plans out for later. Enter Green Elf Trees.
When ordering through Green Elf Trees you’ll be struck by a trio of benefits. Not only will you skip the pain of lugging it from shop to home, but you’ll be paying for a worthy Christmas tree from the most sustainable tree delivery service in the UK, who will also donate £3 from every sale to a choice of five charities, including one helping Ukrainian refugees (Refugees at Home).
Customers can choose whether their Refugees at Home; Mind; Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital; British Red Cross; Crisis; or Dog’s Trust, providing much needed help in a particularly difficult time of year for many.
Green Elf Trees have been delivering while donating to good causes since 2020, and this year you can also get involved in their rentable pot-grown tree scheme. If you purchase one of these, Green Elf will come and collect your tree after Christmas so they can replant them in the South East of England. Plus, they promote only real – as opposed to artificial – trees, which have only 10% of the carbon footprint; further compounded by their all-electric delivery methods.
Co-founders Matt Bouloux & Caleb Silcock said: “Everyone can now celebrate the festive season knowing they’ve made a better decision for the environment and their community.
Whether you prefer a traditional style tree or a pot-grown one, all Green Elf options are sustainability focused. We also donate to various charities on your behalf, so you can pick a cause which is close to your heart, including our newest charity partner that’s supporting Ukrainian refugees here in the UK.”
Order your Christmas tree from Green Elf Trees here.