Feed People In Need

As a leading global food company, Kellogg is driving transformational change by helping to address the worldwide issue of food security through our Breakfasts for Better Days™ global signature cause platform. Around the world, we’re partnering with our employees, customers, government leaders, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and the people who enjoy our foods to help ensure food security. According to the United Nations, this means that people have physical, social and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious foods that meet their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life. Certainly, we’re donating our foods to those in need. We’re also engaged in multiple, longer-term initiatives to help increase the capacity and infrastructure of local communities to address food security. In 2017 and 2018, these efforts delivered more than 1.2 billion Better Days for people around the world.

By feeding people in need and addressing food security across our value chain, we’re contributing to four of our priority U.N. SDGs: 2 – Zero Hunger; 5 – Gender Equality; 13 – Climate Action; and 17 – Partnerships for the Goals. Our work also supports a number of additional SDGs that are important to our business, outlined in Materiality Across our Value Chain.

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Mar 25, 2020

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.

Mar 20, 2020

Our company and its charitable funds have now committed nearly $4 million in food and funds to our Better Days partners that support communities worldwide, including areas with school closures where kids rely on breakfast clubs and school meals.

Mar 18, 2020

To help even more families and children continue to get access to the food they need, we’re committing an additional $1 million from one of our charitable funds to support these efforts – in addition to the $600,000 previously announced.