What If We Keep Our World Clean and Healthy!


At What If we believe we have a responsibility to make this world a better place, to enjoy it’s beauty, and protect it for future generations. That’s why we chose the Nature Conservancy as this months charity of choice and took the time to implement some environmental-friendly measures at work. 

The Nature Conservancy is a charitable organization with the mission to “conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.” The organization sets both long-term and near-term goals for conserving the world’s natural habitats, with the ultimate goal to ensure the long-term survival of all biodiversity on Earth. The Conservancy truly focuses on developing global solutions at the intersection of nature’s and people’s needs. 

Our team shares a passion for travel and many of us have traveled extensively over the years.  We recognize how blessed we are to have experienced so many of the natural wonders of this world. But many of the planet’s most remarkable natural places are threatened by development, deforestation, pollution, etc. Therefore we’ve made “going green” a priority.


One of our first initiatives was to significantly reduce our use of paper through digitization as well as to discourage the use of plastic water bottles by giving out branded metal ones. Our employees loved the free-swag and that it was a step to better the environment, a real win-win! We also purchased silverware and plates in the kitchen to avoid using disposable products and promote recycling. Our most recent move was to jump on the no-straw bandwagon, through stocking our kitchen with reusable straws and refusing utensils and napkins in all our delivery orders. 

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It takes a village to keep our world clean and healthy. With your support, The Nature Conservancy can work tirelessly to defend natural resources, protect endangered species, keep our drinking water clean and preserve nature. Click here to make your tax-deductible donation today!

Learn more about this amazing organization here: Nature.org