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Redwood Forest Foundation

Spring 2016 Newsletter

Team Up With RFFI to Honor
Your Employees and Customers
Expanded online version

RFFI has multiple partners who all have established programs of planting redwoods in honor of their clients or employees.

First Federal Savings and Loan of San Rafael logo First Federal Savings and Loan of San Rafael, CA donates funds to the Redwood Forest Foundation to plant a redwood tree in honor of every customer who switches to electronic statements. First Federal chose to plant a coastal redwood, because they are unique to our area and sequester enormous amounts of carbon.

Managed Markets Insight & Technology Managed Markets Insight & Technology (MMIT) of Yardley, PA has 125 employees. MMIT plants a redwood in memory of their employee's loved ones, when they pass away.

Redwood Property Group Redwood Property Group of Manhattan, NY allows each new client to choose where the company will have a tree planted for them. RFFI's redwoods are one of the choices.

Aura Chef Aura Chef of Santa Monica, CA makes and sells handcrafted wooden-handled knives. They have a redwood planted in honor of each customer who buys a handcrafted knife. They plan to help RFFI actually plant redwoods later in 2016.

Visiting Angels Visiting Angels of Santa Cruz, CA provides personalized homecare, elderly care, assistance in living for seniors so they can remain safe and comfortable in their own home. Visiting Angels plants a redwood tree in memory of each of their patients who passes away.

Our newest partner is Money Positive Money Positive, located in Austin, TX. Financial planner Lewis Weil has a redwood planted in honor of every new client.

In each instance, the client, employee or their family receives a lovely tailor-made certificate to commemorate the occasion.

Veteran motion picture still photographer, Ralph Nelson, considered to be one of the finest and most highly respected unit still photographers working today, has provided RFFI with beautiful redwood posters that will be provided to the next 25 business partners to help us promote our redwood tree planting program.

Redwood Poster by Ralph Nelson

Mr. Nelson photographed these "California Coastal Redwoods" when he was working on The Majestic, which was filmed in Fort Bragg and elsewhere in the redwood region.

Consider partnering with RFFI to attract and honor clients and employees. Contact Lin Barrett at for more information.

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