Sponsors and Partners

We sincerely thank our sponsors and partners listed below for their generous contributions. Their support makes it possible for Trees for Halton Hills to do our important work to help create a thriving environment that protects, connects and sustains us.

If you would like to become a sponsor, please contact us. (add link to contact us page) Our organization and our work is recognized by important partners such as the Town of Halton Hills, Credit Valley Conservation Authority and the Government of Canada, all of whom have provided their endorsement. Financial support is critical and is welcome with warm gratitude.

Sponsors include:

Atura Power (aturapower.com/)
Credit Valley Conservation Authority (www.cvc.ca)
Government of Canada (www.canada.ca)
Government of Canada – 2 Billion Trees Program  (www.canada.ca/en/campaign/2-billion-trees.html)
Georgetown Chevrolet Buick (www.georgetownchev.com)
Georgetown Rotary Club (https://rotarygeorgetown-on.ca)
Healthy Communities (www.communityfoundations.ca)
HeyRay Realty (heyray.ca)
Keller Williams Real Estate Associates (KW.com)
Kind Vibe Kids (kindvibekids.ca)
Rogers Communications (about.rogers.com/our-impact/environmental-impact/)
Royal LePage Meadowtowne Realty (https://meadowtownerealty.com/realtors/)
Town of Halton Hills (www.haltonhills.ca)
Jamie Watson


Why should local Halton Hills businesses partner with Trees for Halton Hills to plant trees?

Businesses should partner with Trees for Halton Hills because it aligns with many corporate social responsibility goals and offers a range of benefits. Tree-planting initiatives contribute to environmental sustainability by combating deforestation, improving air quality, and mitigating climate change through carbon sequestration.

By partnering with local community groups like TFHH, businesses can actively engage with their local communities, enhance their brand image, and foster positive relationships with customers. Additionally, such partnerships provide opportunities for employee volunteering and team-building, while also creating a sense of pride and ownership within the community. Ultimately, supporting tree-planting efforts demonstrates a commitment to environmental stewardship, strengthens community ties, and yields long-term ecological and social advantages.

To find out how your company can become a partner with Trees for Halton Hills please review the flyer below and contact us at:
treesforhaltonhills@gmail.com or click on the CONTACT US button below.

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