Not only has Seeds of Change donated £10,000 to I Count, through their Pledge Tree, the producer of 100% organic goodies is also chucking a delectable hamper our way to give away to one lucky reader.
As with everything Seeds of Change, the contents of the hamper are 100% organic and are all free from artificial additives and preservatives.
Earlier this year Seeds of Change launched a Pledge Tree which was created by renowned artist, Ann Carrington.
Crafted from recycled materials - from reused tyres and wheels, to steam engine funnels and plumbing piping - the Pledge Tree took inspiration from wishing trees, which are traditional in Asian countries and are said to make dreams come true if you can throw your wish, written on a piece of red and gold paper, into its branches.
But instead of wishes Seeds of Change collected pledges to making a positive change to the environment. Pledges included such actions as doing more recycling, walking to work and flying less. For each pledge Seeds of Change donated money to I Count - with the total donation reaching £10,000.
Seeds of Change was founded in 1989 and initially supplied US farmers and gardeners with 100% organic seeds. Ten years later Seeds of Change turned their expertise to the UK and developed a range of cooking sauces, soups, pasta, cereal bars and now, Indian sauces.
To be in with a chance of winning the Seeds of Change hamper simply answer the following question and e-mail your answer along with your name and address to [email protected]. Please write HAMPER in the email subject line.
Which of the following pledges would Seeds of Change and I Count not advice you to make?
1) fly less
2) recycle more
3) buy a 4x4, drive to Heathrow and take a flight to Birmingham, all while leaving all of your lights on and probably your oven and heating too.