WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO TOMORROW?
Michael's is just one of many authentic and unscripted responses from a mixture of much-loved and everyday Australians appearing in a new campaign that poses the simple question:What do you want to do tomorrow?
Be one of the first to see the new campaign What do you want to do tomorrow?
The "Tomorrow" campaign, aims to convey an inspirational and empowering environmental message that is not just thought provoking, but effective in exposing the fragility of tomorrow, if we don't act today.
Australia's biggest community tree planting event, Planet Ark's National Tree Day in partnership with Toyota, encourages all Australians to come together with their local community, sporting group or schools to plant trees and give back to the environment locally.
The "Tomorrow" campaign gives us the chance to unite as a community and share hopes and dreams for tomorrow. Planting a tree is one of the simplest things you can do today, for tomorrow.
What do you want to do tomorrow?
2010 marks the 11 th year of Toyota's support of Planet Ark's National Tree Day.Last year 179 Toyota Dealers answered the call to 'dig in' and work with their local communities to plant native trees. In total, 250,000 volunteers planted more than 1.5 million native trees and shrubs at more than 3,500 sites nationwide.
The Planet Ark National Tree Day for 2010 is on Sunday 1st August. Check out the website for more information or for planting sites in your local area.