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Imagine planting trees that thrive for years

AFL commits to preserving our environment through various conservation efforts. Our newest program, Thrive!, launched in late 2016. This program includes efforts such as planting trees, recycling materials and reducing waste. As a strategic community partner, we are focused on helping communities thrive today and into the future. 


Several associates from AFL's Australia division partnered with Croydon Conservation Society to plant 100 trees in Ringwood East next to the train line. 

Duncan, SC

Three schools in the upstate of South Carolina received small pint trees in celebration of Arbor Day 2016., All students, teachers and staff at Beech Springs Intermediate and Berry Shoals Intermediate schools in Duncan and Townville Elementary in Townville, SC received one tree for a total of 1,600 trees to take home and plant or share with a friend or family member. 

Beech Springs Intermediate

Berry Shoals Intermediate

Townville Elementary

TreesGreenville (SC)

AFL partnered with TreesGreenville to plant 21 trees at Hughes Academy of Science and Technology. Part of AFL's conservation program, the project was supplemented with a $2,000 grant to TreesGreenville. Over the past 10 years AFL associates have donated and/or planted more than 20,000 trees around the world. 

Swindon, United Kingdom

AFL associates in Swindon partnered with the Wilts and Berks Canal Trust, planting more than 150 native British trees and hedgerow stock and contributing 26 hours of time to enhance the area alongside the canal in Mouldon Hill, Swindon. 


Milton-Keynes, United Kingdom

AFL teamed up with Willen Hospice, an organization that provides specialized care, to complete its first conservation project. Volunteers braved the cold and less than ideal weather conditions and planted nearly 1,000 trees and shrubs in one day. 

Monterrey, Mexico


AFL Monterrey is supporting reforestation efforts by providing the funds to plant 4,000 trees in Chipinque, a natural habitat of 4,425 acres rising to altitudes from 2,395 up to 7,218 feet above sea level. After a forest fire affected one-third of the park, an ecological restoration project was created.

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