Kellogg increases COVID-19 donation of food and funds to $5 million

Sending care and support to you, your families and our communities

Kellogg is a company with a heart and soul. This has never been more apparent than now, as we work together across our company to help our food banks partners and neighbors in need during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Most important, we hope you and your loved ones remain healthy. We’re also doing even more to help our global food bank partners care for people in our communities.

To date, Kellogg and its charitable funds have now donated $5 million in food and funds to global COVID-19 food relief efforts. 

Local governments have identified food security as a top priority in their fight against COVID-19. With school and business closures, transportation shutdowns and an increasing number of “shelter-at-home” mandates, Kellogg is providing additional support to our food bank partners on the front-lines, helping those who may not know where their next meal is coming from.

In every region, our food bank partners are stretched to their limits. They’re providing more food to more people, and they’re doing so without their strong network of volunteers. They need us now more than ever.

Below are links to the websites of our food bank partners. Thank you for supporting their work.


We at Kellogg extend our heartfelt thanks to every food bank worker around the world that is helping our neighbors in need. You can join us in our Let’s Thank the Food Bank campaign by posting the following to your social networks:

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