Friday, September 18, 2015

Giving back to community we serve

We are Philanthropic

Giving back to the community is something we don't take lightly. We pride ourselves on being a 'green' company ~ recycling and up-cycling whenever possible. But, that is just one way in which we are a responsible, ethical, and caring business. Donating time, funds and resources to not-for-profits and giving back to the community round out some of our philanthropic efforts.

How We Give Back

Charitable efforts and giving back should be a part of every business' yearly plan. It is an important part of our mission at Trees "R" Us, Inc.

Whether it be being a part of Relay for Life and donating money to cancer research or finding time to talk with area seniors about tree care, philanthropy is an important part of our business.

Hawthorn Woods Senior Citizens and Trees "R" Us, Inc.

Recently, we carved out a bit of time to speak with some area senior citizens in Hawthorn Woods, Illinois.

We taught them the importance of tree care and how important trees are for our well being. Plant health care is a vital part to maintaining a tree's health, yet nearly any of them had ever heard of the term! We also showed them the steps of tree removal all the way to the milling process. We even brought in a milled furniture display. Our milled furniture is totally custom and really beautiful. They loved it and we loved sharing our knowledge and connecting with them.

We Care

It's these types of experiences that make our day! It's great to be in the field, connecting with customers and providing quality tree care, but it's even better knowing that we can connect with and help others in the community just because we care. There's no sales pitch involved. There are no quotes. Just fun times with our area seniors. Love it!
Trees "R" Us, Inc. Certified Arborist, Nick Willis, speaking with
Hawthorn Woods senior citizens about
plant health care, tree removal and custom millwork.
Out on a limb for you,

Jenni Willis 
Trees "R" Us, Inc.
President and CEO

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