Native Teams in the Community


Why We Give

Native Teams makes a charitable donation on behalf of each paying user that is a part of our service.

We do this as our communities matter to us and the contribution we make - even if it is modest - can help to drive a real difference. We also want our business to be one where all our members think about how they too can make a wider positive impact in their communities.

We love to hear about causes that matter to all our team, so please feel free to let us know about charities and causes you would like to see us support.


List of Supported Charities by Country

Bitola Animal Sanctuary

The Animal Rescue & Care Association in Bitola ( A.R.C) has been taking care of stray cats and dogs in the area of Bitola.

A.R.C is a non-governmental association and it is mainly operated by highly motivated volunteers, people who love animals and are ready to spend their time to make a difference in a place where the community and institutions don’t do that.

Their mission is not simple and it consists of raising awareness of the locals for the importance of every single animal life, creating human treatment for them, and giving proper care until adoption. Responsible ownership as well as equal treatment for stray animals and breed is another mission critical that the people from the association are aiming to achieve.

The vision would be “home for any stray animal” and they speak the language of those who can’t speak but equally must be heard.

National SOS Line for Victims of Domestic Violence

In the course of more than 25 years, the SOS line has worked with hundreds of volunteers to help thousands of women and children that were in critical or violent situations.

The SOS line opertes with a team of skilled operators-volunteers whose main objective is to recognise and make visible every kind of violence against women and children and to find ways to overcome it.

The vision of the National SOS line is effective management of the problem of domestic violence, respect for women’s rights and gender equality in society. The mission is to provide security and support for victims, provision for individual and institutional solutions on the issue of violence against women and encourage wider women’s networks to help end violence against women.

The SOS line also runs a shelter for victims of domestic violence when they need a place to turn to.