• Animal Charity in the Netherlands: DierenLot
• Animal Care
• Animal ambulances
• Necessity of life
1. Volcanic Earth™ Responsibility : Islands in Oceania
Volcanic Earth has a responsibility to help improve the standard of living of these special people so that they at least earn enough cash for life’s essentials such as proper housing, education and medicine.
We take great pride in being able to offer everybody our exclusive range of exceptional organic skin care products, while also contributing to the company's goal of providing much needed livelihood opportunities and employment for disadvantaged locals. The country contains unique ingredients which is collected by hand, by local people and transported to the appropriate locations. This gives the local people a source of income that everyone supports through a the purchase of a Volcanic Earth ™ product. We have more Charities, but every purchase of a Volcanic Earth product directly assists Oceania island people in South Pacific to alleviate poverty. Your purchase of Volcanic Earth’s natural skin care products helps create livelihood opportunities for many locals connected to the operation of our Coconut Oil and Skin Care factory.
2. Volcanic Earth™ responsibility: Stichting Dierenlot in the Netherlands
Volcanic Earth Europe supports the DierenLot Foundation.
Stichting DierenLot stands for abused, injured, discarded and neglected animals in the Netherlands.
This concerns home and companionship, stray and natural animals.
They do this in collaboration with and by supporting more than 300 local and regional
animal aid organizations where thousands of volunteers are actively involved in caring for the animals.
Their help consists of providing financial support and assistance in kind.
But they also offer a solution for transport.
With almost 150 animal ambulances driving throughout the Netherlands
(loaned by Stichting DierenLot to the animal welfare organizations)
they are represented on the road throughout the Netherlands.
In addition, they work hard to improve the self-sufficiency of local and regional animal welfare.