Atlanta, Ga. (April 15, 2008)- Interactive website Kudzu.com is forming a unique partnership with the Alliance for Community Trees (ACT) to commemorate Earth Week. For every consumer review written on ACT’s fundraising page from April 22 through May 9, the site will donate $1 to help community groups provide greenery and fresh air to urban neighborhoods. The week-long event coincides with Kudzu’s recent community outreach efforts, which includes its newly launched “Spread the Word” fundraising campaign.
“We wanted to partner with an organization focused on helping communities across the country,” said Kudzu.com Vice President of Marketing & Business Development Rachel Spasser. “Earth Week is the perfect time to join forces with ACT, and help give back to the neighborhoods that mean so much to Kudzu.com.”
This is the first partnership for the two community-based services. Both have experienced rapid growth over the last few years, positively impacting millions of people and neighborhoods nationwide.
“Alliance for Community Trees is delighted to partner with Kudzu.com on this Earth Week campaign,” said Executive Director for ACT Alice Ewen Walker. “As reviewers rate their favorite neighborhood services, they will also be supporting neighborhood trees – it’s a great match.”
Donate $1 to the Alliance for Community Trees by writing a review at Kudzu
Kudzu-ACT Press Release