Partnerships with businesses can make an incredibly meaningful impact. Plastic Free July’s partners not only provide generous financial support but also help create a world without plastic waste. Whether your company is large or small, you can demonstrate leadership for our environment to employees and customers. There are different ways to partner with us and make a positive contribution. Scroll below to discover the opportunities
Why partner with Plastic Free Foundation?
Plastic Free July is one of the world’s largest environmental movements, garnering huge global participation and waste reduction. In 2020, approximately 326 million participants around the world joined together to avoid over 940 million kilograms of plastic waste – incredible!
A partnership with Plastic Free July puts authenticity and depth behind your campaign to increase the quality and length of engagement and help achieve waste reduction goals.
Because we’re founded on the understanding that small changes add up to a big difference, Plastic Free July helps businesses and teams feel connected and an integral part of a global movement creating real impact at a business and also grassroots level.
How will your business benefit?
By leveraging Plastic Free July’s reach and global brand reputation, businesses can unite teams, build customer support and create long term engagement and buy-in to campaign ideas.
Businesses find that Plastic Free July inspires action, motivates people and aligns their values with others nationally and globally.
- Brand alignment with Plastic Free July, one of the world’s largest environmental movements
- Increased employee engagement with proven* health and wellbeing benefits
- Leadership in the business community in sustainability and corporate social responsibility through a highly respected global platform and brand
- Influential platform to activate buy-in to commence or drive waste reduction within the business
Plastic Free July brought our team together for communal lunches and sparked great conversations, with customers and suppliers, but also into our homes, about the challenges and opportunities of living single-use free.