At Natilik we are committed to giving back to both our wider community and the formation of our own Natilik communities. Whether it be getting involved in sponsored runs and bake sales, or developing internal communities to bring awareness to a range of topics, the Natilik team will always go above and beyond to make a difference.

1840

hours of volunteering in 2020

Giving Back Gallery
Natilik Supported Charities
Natilik fundraising presentation
Volunteering

Natilik is proud to support its people in giving back their time to make a difference to the wider community through a wide range of volunteering initiatives.
From helping at local foodbanks, animal shelters and school community projects, to organising fundraising activities supporting a charity in need, everyone is allocated one volunteering day a year to give back and make a difference. With all Natilik people combined, that is the equivalent of one person dedicating a full working year to volunteering.

Natilik team in exercise clothing
Community Groups

Natilik believes that recognising and supporting the development of internal communities is imperative to creating a workplace where everyone’s voice is heard, and common interests can be discovered. Across the business multiple community groups have formed both organically as Natilik has grown, and as part of an internal community survey to understand where we can improve. Active communities at Natilik include:

  • Race in Technology
  • Women in Technology
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing
  • Physical Health and Wellbeing
  • LBGTQ+
  • The Green Team
London skyline from a distance
Conservation Commitment

As Natilik continues to expand, so does the scale of impact it has on the environment. The Natilik team appreciates the importance of doing its part in addressing the climate crisis and ensuring the company’s practices are sustainable to protect the generations to come. The Natilik Green Team have committed to:

  • Buying recycled goods where possible
  • Buying goods that are recyclable or biodegrable
  • Swapping food items that contain palm oil for more sustainable alternatives
  • Improving recycling options and ease of recycling
  • Encouraging less food watse by purchasing products that don’t make it to the supermarket shelves
  • Replacing one use items with reusable items