CoralTree’s Philanthropy Policy
Celebrating our work with B1G1
When you are focused on producing something special you do not give a great deal of thought of doing something good for the world. However, at Coral tree organics, we believe in achieving a balance between doing good for ourselves and for the world as well.
At coral tree we have found an exciting and motivating way of giving back to the world. It is our aim that whatever goodness we produce should be available for everyone. We strongly believe in caring and sharing and would appreciate if you would join us in our mission.
Proud member of Buy One Give One Charity
Coral tree is a proud member of a buy one give one (B1G1) charity. Every cent given to the charity is spent directly on projects to help uplift the communities around the world.
If you could just see the amount of work done for community based projects, you would be amazed at how empowering and engaging charitable giving can be.
Buying one bottle of Coral tree’s Organic Apple Cider Vinegar would allow you to:
There are so many possibilities when it comes to charitable work. You can join in our cause and let us know the projects which you would like to support and how we can be of service to them.
Coral tree is all about doing good to the society ensuring that we have a far reaching impact on the state of the world. We would love to make a mark and have you along to help us achieve something great of all the hard work that we do.
Get to know how our charities work
In order to know how the money which our customers give us is being spent, you can keep checking this page for updates or even visit us on Facebook. The following are some of the ways in which we have helped communities around the world
However these are only a few of the things that we have done to find out more, do look for us on the B1G1 website
“As it happens, this trip to a tribal village school would be the shining highlight of my trip to India. But at the time, it felt like a long way to go for a tradesman’s errand. I was told we were off to install a computer and help paint the school building. Little did I know the experience that awaited.”