Our Brighter Tomorrow Initiative

A Brighter Tomorrow : One Watch | One Tree | One Meal

Our initiative, "Brighter Tomorrow", is a campaign dedicated to addressing two pressing issues in our society - climate change and child hunger.
Our goal is to (1) create a greener and more sustainable future by planting trees and (2) making sure that every child has access to a healthy meal.

Journey So FarOur Targets For 2025
trees planted
16,800 +
Trees planted so far
Employment days funded
Meals Served

Together, we can make a difference and provide a brighter future for the children in need and for the planet.

Wish Us Luck!

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Growing a greener future, one tree at a time

Working in partnership with Eden Projects, we plant 1 tree for every order you place. We are grateful that we can help the environment to make a positive change for generations to come.

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Healthy meals and kits for children in need

We believe providing resources to the children in orphanages could have a big positive impact on their development and future. We believe that no child should ever have to go hungry, and that every child deserves a chance to thrive.

Our aim is to make a positive impact on society and align our business as a net contributor to the society.

When we came across Eden Projects, their mission to plant trees and create a greener future resonated with our values. Planting trees is essential in reducing carbon emissions, improving air quality, and preserving biodiversity. We continue to pledge to plant a tree for every product sold.

Likewise, during our visit to the orphanage, we were moved by the children's resilience in the face of adversity. We could see the small help could have an enormous impact on their future lives. Discussing this with the organization, we decided to help them by providing free school kits and meals.

By contributing to these causes, we hope to create a better world for future generations and leave a lasting legacy.

Our vision aligns with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The UN SDGs guide sustainable development efforts worldwide. The SDGs represent a shared vision of a better future for all people and the planet. Climate change is one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a part of UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Specifically, SDG 13 is "Climate Action," which aims to take urgent and significant action to combat climate change and its impacts. SDG 2 is "Zero Hunger," which aims to end hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition. SDG 1, "No Poverty," and SDG 3, "Good Health and Well-being," also have targets related to promoting a better future for children by addressing poverty.

WATCHing Over a sustainable future, one action at a time. Together, let's leave a lasting legacy.

Here is some information about Eden Projects:

The Vision: By the year 2025 Eden Projects objective is to plant a minimum of 500 million trees each year and to offer hope through the employment of tens of thousands of people in countries where extreme poverty is rampant.

Eden Projects are now recognized as one of the most cost-effective reforestation projects on the planet. While Eden Projects primary goal is to lift people out of extreme poverty, they have also become a model for environmental restoration and land management. We are extremely grateful to be a part of this project!

Since Eden Projects began over 384 million trees have been planted around the world in Ethiopia, Madagascar, Nepal, Haiti, Indonesia, Mozambique, Kenya, and Central America, how amazing is that! They have a great wide range of areas where they plant trees but that’s not the only great thing about this project, they also have hired many, many people in poverty both women and men to help plant these seeds.

Madagascar before image 2010 – after image 2018

Madagascar is now Eden Projects’ most prolific tree planting project nation. As of July 2020, over 300 million trees have been planted in Madagascar by Eden Projects employees, with an average of 14 million more trees being planted every month. Thousands of local people now have consistent employment and can now send their children to school, provide food and clothing for dependent family members, and launch innovative microenterprises.

Nepal before image 2016 – after image 2019

Since 2015, Eden Projects has expanded its operations in Nepal to 25 different planting sites spread across geographic locations such as the mountainous region of Nawalparasi, the lowland Terai region, and grassland areas around the central part of the nation. More than 4 million trees have been planted at Eden Projects’ sites in Nepal by 88 full-time employees and ~10,000 seasonal workers.

Kenya – Before Image February 2020 – After Image April 2020

With the initial goal of producing 3 million trees within the first year of full operations, Eden Projects hired local leaders and employees to produce a mix of native species trees. Planting began in March 2020, and in the first month, employees planted over 50,000 trees. Since then, tree production efforts have scaled up, and Eden Projects has initiated plans to expand its work in Kenya by multiplying nursery and planting sites.

Who owns the trees?

Answer: The vast majority of the trees at Eden Reforestation Project sites are owned by the local communities who actively participated in the restoration of their regional forest during their employment period with Eden. The common (but much smaller exception) is when agroforestry trees are planted at small plot farmer sites where the land is owned by the local farmer. In such cases, the small plot farmer owns the trees along with the proceeds from the trees.

We are so grateful that we can help the environment to make a change, we believe together as a team we can make a difference!


Here is some information about the Orphanage Home:

We have been working with an amazing orphanage for a while and we felt privileged to be able to donate meals regularly. We hope to continue contributing in whatever small way we can. The children who have longed to be loved, cared for, and nurtured are given parental care in this home.

More about the orphanage

Vatsalyapuram brings in orphans and abandoned children. The children who have longed to be loved, cared, nurtured and belong are given parental care in this home. They are inspired to overcome the discomfort and understand the feelings of strength and love. The prime mission of the home is that all children should be given the basic needs in life especially when it comes to the provision of food, housing, clothing, health care and education. The home has taken steps to provide these basic amenities to every member of this family. They also arrange a quality education for these children at the school level.

In order to ensure the right upbringing, the home emphasizes on Moral Science and conducts daily prayers.

The children in the home are taught to treat each other as family and share their joys and things among them.

It only feels right to do our part for our society, and we hope one day we can do even bigger and better for those in need.


Working to Achieve a brighter Tomorrow through Care, Happiness & Opportunity

WATCHing Over a sustainable future, one action at a time. Together, let's leave a lasting legacy.