There are a few key words one likes to have associated with finance matters. Quick, simple, knowledgeable, and professional are a few that come to mind. These days, ethical and responsible are two more it’s hard to justify doing without.

Jana De Jonge from ENSO Finance covers all those key words. Jana’s company will guide you toward financial freedom while looking after the earth at the same time.


Jim Kanlidis (Campaspe Valley Landcare Group) and Lyra.


ENSO Finance has partnered with Fifteen Trees to plant 15 trees for every settlement they achieve for their clients. They also cover the cost of the tree guards for the community group that does the planting. Linking this generous, forward-thinking gesture to a core business outcome is good for everyone; from the clients, to the fauna and flora that benefit from the planting, through to future generations.


The Campaspe Landcare Group organised the trees (150) to be planted on Jim Kanlidis’ property in Barfold, VIC. The property is approx. 70% native bushland, and this new planting will become a wildlife bridge between two separate bushland areas. Linking fragmented bushland is really important for migrating wildlife and flora health. The photo below beautifully shows us the wildlife bridge between 2 bushland areas.


A wildlife bridge.


The reality is that even knowledge-based industries have an environmental impact. There’s the technology used, the office space and the education and training behind the good advice. Recognising this, and taking steps to reduce that impact, is the kind of thinking that’s going to make a difference in the long run.



By partnering with Fifteen Trees to plant trees on a regular basis, ENSO Finance has found a simple, easily understood, and effective way to make its operations a little more planet-friendly.


If you are also interested in how your business and Fifteen Trees could work together, contact Melinda at <> and ask for a no obligation proposal.

Writer – Sarah Hart.

Sarah is an artist whose passions include the stories and experiences of women and narrative driven creative work. Her aim is to delight, to reveal glimpses of everyday beauty, and to celebrate flights of the ordinary. Sarah works across a range of media, with an abiding interest in pen and ink, mixed media and the human form. You can find Sarah here.

Barfold – 500 trees | 200 MacNeil | 150 ENSO