In the wake of the pandemic, we’re supporting EcoHealth Alliance in their research into how nature can help towards the prevention of disease.
We’re proud to support Just Food in their work creating food justice and sustainable agriculture through equitable, community-driven solutions to inequalities.
As part of our giving through 1% for the Planet, we have chosen to sponsor Off the Record – a Bristol based charity which supports young people with their mental health by providing range of therapeutic support groups and services.
Natracare is proud to sponsor Catalyse Change, a social enterprise encouraging girls and young women to pursue careers in sustainability.
At Natracare, we share 5 Gyres’ vision of a plastic free world. We’ve been working in partnership with them since December 2016 to help fight the plastic pollution at its source.
The Australian bushfires’ effect on humans and wildlife has been devastating. As a vegan company we wanted to do our bit to help, so we teamed up with IFAW.
It’s important to celebrate farmers who work to put more sustainable food on our plates. That’s why we got involved with the We Feed the World project.
When we think of period poverty, our first thought goes to those who can’t afford period products. But our partnership with WECF taught us the problem goes deeper than that.
We’ve decided to donate 1% of our annual turnover to environmental charities and organisations through 1% for the Planet – encouraging people to ‘Bleed 1% Better’. We’re excited to announce that we’re the world’s first menstrual product company to become a member of the global initiative!
Natracare has been a proud supporter of the incredible work 5 Gyres does to fight plastic pollution. And when the opportunity to join a smaller expedition in Southern California to trawl for microplastic and discuss solutions for plastic pollution — we couldn’t say no!