Organika Launches Tree-Planting Campaign ‘Unity of Nature’ (Sponsored)

Organika launches the new campaign Unity of Nature to follow the footstep of the late HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej with tree-planting activity to create environmental awareness and sustainable ecosystem growth

As a premium organic spa and aromatherapy brand that only sources quality ingredients from nature to create perfectly safe, natural and toxin-free products for the consumer, Sririta Jensen, Managing Director of Organika House and founder of Organika, recently launched Unity of Nature campaign with tree-planting activity. The event, led by Thailand’s top celebrities and actors such as Diana Flipo, MR Mannarumas “Ying Man” Yukol, Tubtim-Mulika Jongwattana, Pawarisa “Waen Waen” Penchart and Korn Narongdech among many others, included students from five schools and 300 villagers from 15 villages that planted 350 trees at Kanong Phra Sub District Administration Organization in Pak Chong District in Nakhon Ratchasima Province on Thursday 29 March 2018, between 8.00-12.30am.

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Sririta Jensen, Managing Director of Organika House and founder of Organika, said that, “Organika has always been engaged in social responsibility activities because we are fully aware of the importance of nature and the environment, and the healing power of nature that balances the body and mind. We believe that it’s important to instill the love for nature in children and the community. And since Organika is a new spa brand that is entering its fourth successful year, we recently launched a campaign titled Unity of Nature to comply with Organika’s philosophy “The Human and nature are of the same root, the garden and I are one.” For us, helping people is helping nature.”

The tree-planting activity was joined by students from five schools, namely Khanong Phra Nua School, Khanong Phra Tai School, Nikom 5 School, Nong Taku School and Khao Chanhom School. All the five schools firmly believe in the practices of the late HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej, especially the sustainable living idea. The schools plant their own vegetable for consumption and sell the rest in the market to earn extra income. They also promote sustainable agriculture and safety in the forest.

“I really want everyone to truly love nature. I want to see kids growing up loving and protecting their hometown, so I wish to create environmental awareness in young children. Last year, Thailand was faced with inconsolable loss with the passing of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej and it is my intention to pass on HM’s idea of sustainable economy to the children, inspiring them to study hard and nurturing them to grow into quality adults. Organika may be a small voice but the success of this campaign is significant. I want to see the small trees that we planted grow. In the future, Organika is planning for more various other social responsibility and environmental activities,” the executive said.

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Apart from tree-planting activity, Organika also inspired the joy of giving with scholarship grants and donation of school supplies and sports uniform as well as lunch. 60 scholarship grants were awarded to students from five school as following: C:\Users\dell\Downloads\21\4.jpg

  1. 120 grants for Khanong Phra Nua School

(10 of 2,000-baht grants for academic excellence, 10 of 2,000-baht grants for sport excellence and 100 of 500-baht grants for financially challenged students)

  1. 10 grants at 1,000 baht each for Khanong Phra Tai School

(4 grants for academic excellence, 3 grants for sport excellence and 3 grants for financially challenged students)

  1. 5 grants at 1,000 baht each for Nikom 5 Schol

(4 grants for academic excellence, 3 grants for sport excellence and 3 grants for financially challenged students)

  1. 10 grants at 1,000 baht each for Nongtaku School

(4 grants for academic excellence, 3 grants for sport excellence and 3 grants for financially challenged students)

  1. 10 grants at 1,000 baht each for Khao Chanhom School

(4 grants for academic excellence, 3 grants for sport excellence and 3 grants for financially challenged students)

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You can be part of this good cause and contribute to the society by purchasing Organika products where 5 baht of every purchased item will be deducted to benefit the tree-planting activity until March 28, 2018. Direct donation can be made by money transfer to KBank account of Miss Sririta Jensen for Charity (account number 009-3-92514-9). For more information, call Nutchaporn Chuchuen at  061-397-1199.

Experience the joy of nature with Organika, luxury spa and aromatherapy products, at Level G and Level 1 of Siam Paragon, King Power at Suvarnabhumi International Airport (Gate A on the east side and Gate G on the west side of International Departure area), King Power Srivara Complex and Organika House flagship store in Piman 49 on Sukhumvit soi 49 as well as luxury restaurant and spa on Level M of the soon-to-open Takashimaya in ICON Siam.

Organika is available at:

  • Flagship Sukhumvit soi 49 call 02-665 1899
  • Siam Paragon, Level G (The Canal Zone) and Level 1 (North Colonnade Zone)
  • King Power at Suvarnabhumi International Airport (Gate A on the east side and Gate G on the west side of International Departure area)
  • King Power Srivara Complex

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