Go Paperless for a Purpose

5 Million Reasons to Go Paperless” with American Forests Logo. Person planting a seedling pine.

Thanks to all of our customers whose billing accounts went paperless, we’ve covered a lot of ground in a short amount of time.  

Since 2019, we’ve funded the planting or conservation of over 3 million trees in partnership with American Forests and the U.S. Chapter of 1t.org. That equates to reforesting almost half of Manhattan! 

But we’re not done. We’ve committed to fund the planting or conservation of an additional 2 million trees – one for each personal billing account that switches to paperless – and we continue to support Tree Trust. This job training and mentorship initiative in the Twin Cities helps young people facing barriers to education and employment finish high school and build meaningful careers in urban forestry. Travelers does this because taking care of our customers, communities and each other is what we do. 

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Why go paperless?

There are so many reasons – including convenience, conservation and community development. Check out the impact going paperless can have.

Ocelot walking over tree branches.

Reason No. 175,000

Less than 10% of the Lower Rio Grande Valley's original thorn forests remain. Twelve hundred native plant species flourish there, along with 300 species of butterflies and 530 species of birds. This is also the only habitat left in the United States for the elusive ocelot. Over the last two decades, American Forests has restored thousands of acres of wildlife corridor for the many species that call this area home. 

1t.org US logo.

Reason No. 1,222,020

1t.org serves a global movement to conserve, restore and grow 1 trillion trees by 2030, in support of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration. They drive change by mobilizing the private sector, facilitating multi-stakeholder partnerships in key regions, and supporting innovation and ecopreneurship on the ground. 

Grey, blue bird with yellow chest. A Kirtland Warbler perched on a tree branch.

Reason No. 55,108

The population of this rare songbird, the Kirtland's Warbler, dipped to less than 200 breeding pairs in the 1970s. Thanks to habitat restoration efforts, the bird’s population has rebounded and it has been taken off the Endangered Species List – a rare success story! 

Logo. Tree Trust. Transforming Lives and Landscapes.

Reason No. 750,000

We are excited to support Tree Trust’s Branches job training program in the Twin Cities. This program helps young people ages 14-24 who may have barriers to education, career training and employment finish high school and build meaningful careers in urban forestry. 

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About American Forests 

American Forests is the oldest national nonprofit conservation organization in the United States. It creates healthy and resilient forests in cities and wilderness that deliver essential benefits for climate, people, water and wildlife. It advances its mission through forestry innovation, place-based partnerships to plant and restore forests, and movement building. 

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