Westin employees care for trees in Strip District

 In Blog, Corporate Volunteers

On Wednes­day, May 24, employ­ees from the West­in Con­ven­tion Cen­ter vol­un­teered their time to work with Tree Pitts­burgh. Eight West­in employ­ees weed­ed, mulched and watered trees in the low­er Strip District.

The West­in’s com­mit­ment to Tree Pitts­burgh does­n’t stop with vol­un­teer days. The West­in Con­ven­tion Cen­ter launched a new ini­tia­tive in 2016 in sup­port of Tree Pitts­burgh’s tree plant­i­ng pro­gram! If a guest decides to forego house­keep­ing ser­vices, they can choose to have a dona­tion sent to Tree Pitts­burgh on their behalf. This part­ner­ship is a great exam­ple of how cor­po­ra­tions can pos­i­tive­ly impact the com­mu­ni­ty by encour­ag­ing green­er prac­tices and sup­port­ing local envi­ron­men­tal initiatives.

Thanks to the West­in guests who make a green­er choice and to the West­in for being such a great cor­po­rate citizen!

If you would like to vol­un­teer for Tree Pitts­burgh with your com­pa­ny or office, con­tact Direc­tor of Tree Care and Refor­esta­tion Jake Milof­sky.

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