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Taking the first step for a Child’s Dream

As an organisation that embraces Corporate Social Responsibility and is committed to being officially carbon neutral certified, CO2 Neutral Conferencing maintain their positive impact on the environment.

Today, CO2 Neutral Conferencing are extending this commitment to being charitable, giving back and using our great company to further create a positive social impact.

As our first step we are participating in a 70km trek in Pai, Northern Thailand taking place on 3rd January 2013 with a very ambitious goal to raise $70k USD for charity organised by Footsteps for Good.

Child’s Dream is the charity, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to empowering marginalised children and youth in the Mekong Sub – Region. They work in partnership with communities to improve the educational and health situations for their children. Their highly motivated staff in Chiang Mai, Thailand and Siem Reap and Cambodia go the extra mile to identify the most needy communities and beneficiaries. Their activities range from health interventions for children to reduce child mortality, construction of educational facilities to providing universal basic education, youth employment centers, high school and university scholarships.

The whole company is behind Daryl, Steve, James and Larry who are participating in this 70k remote and eco trekking experience.

There will be fundraising in each country and we are asking friends, family, customers and partners to back this great cause. It’s a truly win, win situation for everyone!

Now all we need is your help, please sponsor us by clicking hereand help us on our quest to improve these children’s lives.

Every single penny makes a difference and all proceeds raised will go directly to the children’s charity, Child’s Dream.

To learn more about the walk and read a note from our CEO please click here


October 9, 2012 | 1 Comment

Category: Blog, CO2 Neutral

  • Michelle

    Such a fantastic cause.