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With love to lungs
Smiling Tree strives to create a tropical paradise by planting about 80 ‘Areca Palm’ trees in the Roshanara Club nursery today. Though all plants clean air borne toxins and help us breathe in healthier oxygen, Areca Palm is named as ‘one of the best’ air purifying plants, after a study on scientific clean air by NASA.
Gifts by Smiling Tree
Plantation in remembrance of Uri Martyrs
CDLS, Modern School Delhi
SMILING TREE planted 25 “Acalypha” plants at Modern School, Barakhamba Road, Delhi on the occasion of Community Development and Leadership Summit, 2015 and 2016. Students of 24 schools from Australia, Bangladesh, China, Germany, India, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Thailand, UK, USA, and Modern School, Delhi, initiated a green step towards environmental consciousness and joined together in the plantation drive.
Roshanara Club Plantation Drive in August, 2016
We at Smiling Tree believe that plants and saplings are the most meaningful and personal gifts one can give. In the same light, gifted the Nirmal Hriday foundation with our creations.
Mother Teresa Plantation
Children from Modern School participated in the event along with the host Nirbhay Kwatra, wherein they planted trees, shrubs, interacted with the Missionaries of charity, met the 215 patients at the Institute. Besides there was a Cake cutting ceremony by the children along with Sister Charming, head of the Missionaries at ‘Nirmal Hriday’, and the cake was subsequently distributed to the patients by the children.
Gifting planters on Diwali
Gifts and more
Smiling Tree believes that plants and trees are the most beautiful gifts.
Trees of different varieties like Pink Cassia, Anjan, Pangar, Ficus Elastica, etc. were planted by Mr Ashok Pratap Singh, Honorable President Board of Trustees Modern School, Ms Lata Vaidyanathan, Principal Modern School and others. Three students of the school also celebrated their birthday by planting trees. Principal, Ms Lata Vaidyanathan was very appreciative of the event and emphasized the importance for the children to be involved in not only plantation of trees but also taking care of them while they grow. She promoted the idea of planting trees to mark a special occasion like birthday etc., or to simply make one’s landscape a little prettier. In desperate need for action against ongoing destruction of natural resources, the truth is ‘every tree makes a difference.’