Innovation in support of solidarity

Mini Big Forest

Mini Big Forest was founded in 2018 to address two pressing global environmental challenges: climate change and the depletion of biodiversity. Its mission is to create miniature urban forests with rich biodiversity, reforestation potential, and the ability to foster social bonds, all inspired by the natural mechanisms found in forests. The Keyrus Foundation supports the "MiniKidsForest" educational project, which involves planting miniature plant ecosystems within schools to raise awareness and engage children in the creation and growth of these miniature forests. These forests contribute to the quality of life for both children and teachers. The Keyrus Foundation is dedicated to reinforcing its commitment to environmental education by increasing children's awareness of reforestation efforts on our planet and enabling urban residents to enjoy the positive impacts of trees.