Employees from TD Bank will join with Regreen Springfield to plant new trees in Springfield’s Upper Hill Neighborhood on Wednesday, October 21st as part of the company’s TD Tree Days. Over 50 volunteers will participate in the planting of new street and park trees in the Federal Square and Magazine Park areas of the neighborhood.
Since its U.S. introduction five years ago, TD Tree Days has seen thousands of TD Volunteers plant more than 3,300 trees across the U.S. Last year TD Employees joined with Customers and community partners to plant more than 1,100 trees in communities across our footprint. Best of all, they planted them where they were needed the most! With shovels in their hands and smiles on their faces, hundreds of volunteers made a real difference by greening – literally – parks and green spaces in low- to moderate-income neighborhoods from Maine to Florida.
This year TD Bank employees are ramping up to do it again, only they will be planting more trees in more neighborhoods! They will be planting more than 1,300 trees in 25 locations, including 50 in Springfield.
If you would like to help out, please plan to meet at Magazine Park, at the intersection of St. James Avenue and Magazine Street (near State Street) on Wednesday, October 21st at 9:30 AM. Come join the fun!