Further expansion quickly followed as the organisation grew and Patrick was joined by General Manager Gaynor Macrow.
Through high-profile advertising and an enviable word-of-mouth reputation, RSVP soon became the way to meet your new partner across the Heart of England.
Patrick Mac Donald first opened the doors of RSVP to the singles in Northamptonshire in 1992.
Over eighty organisations including The Crown Estate, RSPB, the Royal Household and Oxfam GB are now members of the Network, which was set up in 2013 by the National Trust and sustainability charity Ashden.
If you support animal rights, enjoy raw foods, are a vegetarian, believe in locally grown, organic foods, and are environmentally conscious in general, you’re sure to meet like minded people at the following singles websites.
I love this quote from the Planet Earth home page: “At Planet Earth Singles.com, we believe the best relationships are built on complementary lifestyles and compatible beliefs so you can focus on making a difference in the world together, rather than arguing over whether to hug a tree or cut one down! The site was “created by environmentalists for environmentalists.” Planet Earth connects green singles in multiple ways including local green events, conscious retreats, and more.
In this video, hear from some of the practitioners involved and discover how the Network has benefitted them.
Members collectively saved nearly 15,000 tonnes of CO2 in 2015, and have 358 renewable energy projects in action.