Facedrive Plants 1,000 Trees in Markham in Support of The City of Markham’s Trees for Tomorrow Program

Facedrive is excited to announce that 1,000 trees have been planted in Campbell Park, in collaboration with the City of Markham. The trees were planted in a designated spot along the Rouge Valley Trail so Facedrive can continue to add trees with future efforts. 

In April, Facedrive committed to planting 1,000 trees as part of its #GoGreenwithFD campaign for Earth Day. Facedrive is committed to an ongoing partnership with the City of Markham to support its Trees for Tomorrow program. The planting of these trees has contributed to Markham’s goal of having a 30 percent tree canopy in the city.

“We are grateful for Facedrive’s contribution which allows us to plant more trees and grow our canopy within the City of Markham,” said Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti.

Facedrive has partnered regularly with Forests Ontario and various municipalities across Canada to contribute towards local tree planting initiatives.

“Facedrive has a history of partnering with local organizations to support tree planting programs and help the residents benefit directly from our collective efforts,” said Suman Pushparajah, COO of Facedrive. “We are positive that by working alongside the City of Markham, together we can make the city a greener and better place to live, work and play.” 

Facedrive is deeply committed to a greener future, and looks forward to working with local organizations through various tree planting initiatives.