#GivingTuesday: Share a photo and $10 gets donated to Health In Harmony!

#GivingTuesday is less than a week away, and this year, we want to make it easier than ever for you to save forests and save lives.

Trees are the lungs of our planet; they give us clean air and water. In Borneo, where our partner ASRI works, they are tall and strong. In Portland, where we are headquartered, they are lush and green. What do trees look like where you live?

On Tuesday, November 29th ONLY, post a photo to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram of the trees in your neighborhood with the hashtag #TreesWhereILive and a sentence about why you think trees are important for the health of our planet. For each post, a generous donor will give $10 to Health In Harmony to help protect the trees in Gunung Palung National Park, a beautiful rain forest that is home to one of the last populations of the critically endangered Bornean orangutan. We'll share some of our favorite posts on Facebook throughout the day!

Your engagement helps raise awareness about forest conservation and creates a healthier planet for all of us. Thank you!

Note: One donation will be made per person who posts, and please make sure that the post is "public" or tag @HealthInHarmonyNGO so that we see it!


About Darya Minovi | View all posts by Darya Minovi

Darya is the Communications and Outreach Manager at Health In Harmony, based in Portland, OR. After studying Public Health and Environmental Policy at the College of William and Mary, Darya knew she wanted to dedicate her career to protecting human and environmental health. When she's not at work, you can find Darya enjoying the great outdoors, exploring Portland's farmers markets, or watching live music.