Kellogg Canada donates $800K in food and funds across Canada
This is part of the more than $10 million that Kellogg Company and its charitable funds have donated to date globally
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – Kellogg Canada has donated $800,000 in food and funds to Food Banks Canada and Breakfast Club of Canada
This is part of the more than $10 million that Kellogg Company and its charitable funds have donated to date globally.
“Kellogg Canada has always been and continues to be one of the first to the table to lend support to Food Banks Canada in challenging times. Since the early days, they’ve been working behind the scenes with us and lending a helping hand to unlock every opportunity for support,” said Chris Hatch, CEO, Food Banks Canada, in a statement.
“A longstanding partner of the Club, and among the first out of the gate to provide financial support to our COVID-19 Emergency Club Fund, we can always count on Kellogg Canada to lend support in a time of need,” said Daniel Germain, founder and president, Breakfast Club of Canada.
“We are dedicated to supporting the efforts of Breakfast Club of Canada and Food Banks Canada, our longstanding partners for more than 10 years, to provide access to critical nourishment through our global Kellogg’s Better Days purpose platform,” said Tony Chow, president, Kellogg Canada Inc.