Earth Day 2021

22 April 2021 2 minute read

Every year, millions of people around the world mark Earth Day to show support for the environment. Want to get involved? Check out our top suggestions!

Earth Day, the annual event that takes place on on 22 April, is all about showing our love for planet earth, and looking at ways we can make our planet greener, happier and healthier. It was first held on April 22, 1970, and it now includes a wide range of events globally including 1 billion people in more than 193 countries. You can get involved by supporting our charity in various different ways, from doubling your donation, to shopping sustainably and even attending a yoga session! Read more below.

Double your impact

We're extremely excited to announce that we're included in The Big Give Green Match Fund, a match-funding campaign that means any donations we receive between 22nd and 29th April will be DOUBLED, meaning we can plant twice as many trees! Help us reach our goal - every little helps!

Check out our Earth Day partnership with Frasers Group

We have partnered up with Frasers Group for Earth Day, which will see sales proceeds from Sports Direct, House of Fraser and Flannels donated to our charity. Celebrating Earth Day and working with Trees for Cities is one example of Frasers Group’s commitment to improve the wellbeing of their customers and employees and is part of their wider sustainability work to tackle climate change. Together, we'll be planting trees and making cities greener, happier and healthier. A portion of the donations will go to our work in schools, encouraging young people to connect with nature and realise the benefits of being outdoors.


Join a free yoga session

Code Earth has partnered up with Annie Nicoll to bring you a FREE online Yoga and Grounding session at 7.30pm to celebrate not only Earth Day, but also Trees for Cities! Annie Nicoll is an experienced and talented Yoga, Pilates and Barre teacher, specialising in Hatha, Vinyassa and Yin. All donations will go towards trees being planted in cities. Code Earth said: "We believe that together, we can create greener spaces in our cities to improve not only the nature and beauty around us, but to also improve the health of our communities." Click below to sign up. If you would like to check out their fundraising page and learn a bit more about who they are, here is the link.

Donate to Trees for Cities and together we can help cities grow into greener, cleaner and healthier places for people to live and work worldwide.