Downers Grove, IL – Sevan Multi-Site Solutions, LLC (Sevan) and our team members gave Mother Nature a big hug on Earth Day this year. Sevan donated $10,000 to uphold our company tenet of Sustainability, contributing $5,000 to the National Forest Foundation and the Morton Arboretum through The Sevan Charitable Foundation.
As a company, we take pride in supporting our local communities while also encouraging our team members to have fun! Earth Day gave our team members a chance to extend their charitable efforts and participate in Earth-Friendly activities while engaging family and friends.
The National Forest Foundation
With the recent launch of The Sevan Charitable Foundation, we are proud to have donated $5,000 to the National Forest Foundation which will help plant 5,000 new trees into the forests of our Nation. In the past 10 years, with help from partners like us, the National Forest Foundation has been able to plant more than 11 million trees across our National Forests. With our contribution, we will help fight climate change, improve water quality for communities, restore important fish and wildlife habitat, and provide nearly endless recreational opportunities for all Americans.
On April 22, 2018, The National Forest Foundation launched an ambitio
us campaign to plant 50 million trees across our National Forest over the next five years. Sevan joins the campaign to show how much we care about our National Forests and the benefits they provide to all Americans.
The Morton Arboretum
In addition, Sevan made a $5,000 donation to the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois. The funds will go towards objectives set in place by the Arboretum and help them continue to provide a welcoming and pleasant place to enjoy nature and the outdoors. While situated just minutes from our company’s Downers Grove headquarters, the Morton Arboretum has a global reputation, boasting 1,700 acres that hold more than 222,000 live plants representing nearly 4,300 species from around the world. They are the leading center of nature education for the public as well as a leader in tree research (covering soils, tree root systems, tree diseases and invasive pests – all to protect and preserve our tree species locally and nationally). Over the years, Sevan has utilized the Morton Arboretum’s facilities for company meetings and events.