We are human.
We are not perfect. We are alive.
We try things. We make mistakes.
We stumble. We fall. We get hurt.
We rise again. We try again.
We keep learning. We keep growing.
And we are thankful for this priceless opportunity called life.
We are planting a forest
At Satori Factory, we love to travel, skydive and have fun with our friends from all over the world.
Today the reality of the ecological crisis forces us to rethink how we live our lives. Instead of choosing to do less and stop doing what we love, we want to do more, better, smarter ...
We can’t go through a single day without having an impact on the planet. But what if we would make our choices in order to create a positive impact, a positive footprint?
This year we pledge to plant trees for every skydive and every hour we spend in the tunnel.
We will support the “Trees for the future” non-profit.
Not only do they plant trees, but they also help educate farmers to implement permaculture farming techniques that regenerate the soil and help families to get out of poverty. We strongly believe that taking action about ecology without taking care of the social aspect is an incomplete approach.
We take our roots in skydiving but carbon compensation isn’t only for those who skydive. We all have a footprint on this planet and it should be the new normal to compensate for our emissions.
Join the CLEAN AIR FORCE by supporting our effort in this fundraiser.
We guarantee you full transparency: 100% of the donations will go to "Trees for the Future" through the go fund me fundraiser. Satori Factory will not touch a cents from your donations.
Learn more about "Trees for the future"
and the forest garden solution to tackle social and ecological challenges.
Visit"my skydiving footprint" the website that helps you to calculate your skydiving footprint.
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"Trees for the Future" is not only about capturing C02 by planting trees, but also supporting poor communities and restoring soil in desertic area.
There is a relationship between social and ecological issues that can't be solved independently from one to another.