Sustainable youth celebration give the youth celebration or earlier youth consecration”, is a festive initiation, which is to mark the transition from the youth into adulthood. The youth celebration is a non-religious alternative to the confirmation in the Protestant churches and the confirmation of the Catholic Church. To perform free-spirited and humanist organizations and often special clubs. The youth celebration is an important step in life for many children in and with the company. Friends and relatives present gifts to the youth celebration, which sustainably to commemorate this special day. For those who want to give something sustainable and especially meaningful, the GeschenkBaum and the BaumSparVertrag of ForestFinance are the right gifts to the youth celebration.
These gifts convey how sustainable values arise and what role does the rainforest for the global climate and species preservation. How man changes in the curriculum vitae, so also a tree is changed. He is a life-long partner that grows with the years. Trees are vital for mankind: clean the air and produce oxygen to breathe. Fruits they gain through human and animal food, and the people also wood. Trees are Habitat for nearly 75 percent of all species. Today most importantly however: trees bind the greenhouse gas CO2 for decades by wood.
By the tree presents of the Bonn ForestFinance, these positive features for the donee be personally secured and visible as trees. The tree and the trees are both symbol, contribution to the climate and nature protection as well cash gift with an attractive yield. GeschenkBaum and BaumSparVertrag are also profitable and eco-friendly gift ideas. The BaumSparVertrag plants ForestFinance a tropical tree per month for 33 euros every month and maintains them for 25 years until the harvest. Then the recipient receives current rating also tax the proceeds, which is more than the 8 times the deposited amount forecast. He benefited from the ecologically-generated proceeds of BaumSparVertrages Gifted so long after the youth celebration.