Fishers-based Formstack, a workplace productivity platform, has announced an environmental responsibility program. The company says Formstack Forests, a partnership with Vermont-based nonprofit One Tree Planted, will plant a tree for every new paid Formstack subscription.
Formstack says the program hopes to plant at least 15,000 trees in 2021.
“Since 2010, Formstack has helped save more than 47,000 trees* by helping organizations replace manual, paper-based processes with digital solutions and workflows. We’re ready to double down on that impact with Formstack Forests,” said Chris Byers, chief executive officer of Formstack.
Formstack says it planted more than 750 trees in 2020, and has already planted 6,400 trees of the 15,000 goal. Formstack will also support areas of California, where wildfires have burned more than four million acres of trees, as well as the U.S. National Forest Service areas, which include 150 national forests across 43 states.
“We’re proud to work with partners dedicated to taking real action for sustainability,” said Diana Chaplin, canopy director of One Tree Planted. “Thanks to Formstack’s support, these reforestation efforts will help to mitigate the effects of climate change while restoring the land for biodiversity and the long-term health of forests.”
Formstack Forests is one part of the company’s social and environmental responsibility program, Formstack for Good.
You can learn more about Formstack Forests by clicking here.