Convido Just Protected Some Rainforest

I am very pleased to announce that Convido has become a sponsor of Rainforest Trust.

Rainforest Trust purchases and protects the most threatened tropical forests, saving endangered wildlife through partnerships and community engagement.

Through these highly effective partnerships, they can ensure sustainable results necessary for the long-term protection of tropical ecosystems and the wildlife they hold.

Rainforests are the lungs of our planet, converting CO2 to Oxygen and providing an enormous natural carbon storage system.

Rainforests are also home to thousands of species of animals and plants, many yet undiscovered, with some under threat of extinction. A richly diverse habitat of immense and irreplaceable value.

Many medicines, which benefit humans are derived from plants discovered in rainforests. Approximately 7,000 medical compounds prescribed by Western doctors are derived from plants.

Humankind has an enormous debt to the rainforest, which we must now repay. Rainforests need our help.

It is therefore with enormous pride that I announce that Convido Corporate Housing has become a sponsor of the Rainforest Trust.

Rainforests are under threat all over the world, not just in the awesome Amazon, but also close to home, here in Australia and in The Philippines, where we have our operations, and where our employees would like to raise awareness of our responsibilities to our planet and future generations.

We are a junior corporate sponsor of Rainforest Trust, but as we continue to grow, with the support of our clients, we hope to become more important contributors to the fantastic work that the Rainforest Trust does in buying and preserving this life-giving natural resource.

Help Save Rainforest When You Book an Apartment with Convido

Convido will continue to support Rainforest Trust by making additional donations.

Protecting an acre of rainforest costs around $US 10. We will report every quarter how many acres we have enabled Rainforest Trust to protect.

Please visit to learn more and donate if you wish.

Chris Miller

The Rainforest Trust