Amenity Forum organised event this September

The Amenity Forum working with partners is promoting a week of celebration commencing September 20th.

Called Green Feet Week, organisations and individuals working in the sector will be able to get involved in charitable activities, large and small, and tell their stories of what they do and why what they do matters to everyone. So what is planned, say the Amenity Forum, will be fun, raise valuable funds for charity and highlight the importance of amenity management to the lives of everyone.

The Forum have now released information how interested parties can get involved in the week, with the overall aim of raising awareness of the sector, its brilliant work across the UK and the amazing employees that have worked tirelessly to ensure that green spaces are available and accessible to everyone. Most importantly, say the Forum, they are looking to raise some money for charities, who have suffered during the pandemic and would appreciate some support themselves.

Here how the Amenity Forum say turf professionals can get involved:

  1. If you are an organisation, or individual, working within the sector we are looking to you to get involved with a charitable activity during the week commencing 20 September 2021.
  2. Choose the Charity you wish to support – Perennial is our partner for the event as they look after people in horticulture, but it can be a charity chosen by you or your organisation.
  3. Select what you are going to do to raise money – this might be a sponsored walk in your local park, a cake sale, football match between departments, the list is endless!
  4. Let the Amenity Forum know what you are planning and when so that we can promote your activity via our social media channels
  5. Enjoy yourselves, raise some money for charity

Also, participants are encouraged to promote the sector and the charitable activity within their own press outlets and via the Amenity Forum. The sector trade press is supporting this event too, so they would love to hear from you too and feature your activities in their magazine articles about the event.

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