Hally Labels gives back to land and nature
Hally Labels is in the privileged position of being able to, each year, contribute to initiatives that are trying to make a difference in our local communities. For the last three years we have supported charities that help to preserve and restore forestry resources, native vegetation and animal habitats. We select four charities to assist every year, with the foundations located in close proximity to each of our four plants across Australia and New Zealand.
In Auckland we donated to Trees That Count who are dedicated to planting and preserving native trees that play a critical role in the country’s ecosystem. Trees That Count provide a marketplace where both people and businesses can fund the plantation of these trees, and then work with planning groups to ensure the right areas are resourced with new vegetation.
In Christchurch we supported Trees for Canterbury who operate community planting projects and also educate the community on the importance of environmental awareness. Hally Labels provided support towards the replacement of native trees in the Port Hills area where more than 2,000 hectares was destroyed by fire at the start of 2017.
In Brisbane we assisted The Queensland Trust for Nature who focus on the protection and restoration of ecologically important areas and critical wildlife corridors. Hally Labels donated towards the creation and maintenance of habitats for koalas called Koala Crossings.
In Sydney we supported the Cumberland Land Conservancy who are dedicated to acquiring land for wildlife conservation. They focus their resources on the Cumberland Plain in Western Sydney.
Click here to learn more about our commitment to environmental sustainability and community outreach, including how you can help our Christchurch team support with donations to the Christchurch City Mission.