Natural Farm is deeply committed to social responsibility. All beings, whether with one leg, two legs or four, serve an important purpose on this planet. As a for-profit company, we have the opportunity to contribute a portion of our profits to our community's initiatives.
Every year we partner with non-profit organizations by financially supporting their programmatic work that improve the lives of pets, people, and the planet.
We partnered with One Tree Planted, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that plants trees across the globe. Since they started, they've planted over 10 million trees in regions where they're most needed. We are proud to work with them to ensure that one tree is planted for every online Natural Farm purchase. Together, we're protecting biodiversity, and reforesting areas that have been ravaged by development.
We are honored to support AMbR, a non profit organization that strives to secure funding for students facing barriers to entry into the field of science.
Natural Farm sponsored a scholarship awarded to Washington University undergraduate student, Zi'Onay Walker for her work in the field of environmental science and sustainability. This scholarship will allow her to continue her research in the Bose lab, studying the use of microbes to degrade chemicals that pollute the wetlands.
Our impact goes beyond U.S. borders in aiding Recanto dos peludos, a dog sanctuary in the heart of Brazil. At Recanto dos peludos, Mrs. Lucineide single-handedly provides a home, food, veterinary care, and love to nearly 50 dogs. Natural Farm is proud to support Lucineide’s daily operations and rebuilding the facility to provide dogs in need with a safe place to call “home.”
Water is the life force of the world, and we believe every person deserves access to clean, safe water, which is why Natural Farm is working with charity water. Our aid will result in five new piped systems that will carry clean water to nearly 100 people in a region of Madagascar where only 36% of people have access to clean water.
We partnered with Spazzio Cantata in Brazil to support their program that rehabilitates children with physical, mental, or emotional limitations by providing therapy sessions with trained professionals and assistance dogs. Every dog that enters this program is trained for a minimum of two years before being able to assist in therapy sessions.
Approximately 1 million pets are euthanized in US shelters every year due to lack of space. This is why Pet Rescue Pilots, a non-profit organization "in the sky" works with overcrowded shelters to fly dogs up and down the west coast of the United States and Canada for a brighter future in their new forever homes. Natural Farm funded two of their rescue missions to safely land 34 dogs and 5 cats with loving families thrilled to welcome them into their homes.