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Kraft To Hold First Volunteer Event As New Company

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Last updated on August 25th, 2022 at 10:49 am

Kraft continues its legacy of community service as it kicks off Make an Impact 2013, its first company-wide volunteer event since becoming a newly independent company last year.

Kraft employees are rolling up their sleeves to work on 200 volunteer projects that support the company’s community involvement priorities: fighting hunger and promoting healthy lifestyles. Volunteer activities include planting community gardens, sorting and packing donated items at food banks and leading activities that support nutrition, education and active play for children.

“Make an Impact is our chance to be change makers in our hometowns,” said Jim Norman, VP of diversity and community Involvement. “We’re helping organizations that make our communities better for us all.”

The Kraft team will volunteer with nonprofit organizations in communities across North America, including Irvine, Calif.; Madison, Wis.; Avon, N.Y.; and Toronto. During National Volunteer Week (April 21-27), the celebration will culminate with Kraft’s Northshore Day of Service near its hometown headquarters. On April 26, Kraft employees will volunteer in Chicago-area neighborhoods like Waukegan, Little Village, Pilsen and Englewood.

Tune in to Kraft’s company Facebook page at www.facebook.com/kraft for updates on the celebration throughout the month.

Since 2009, Kraft employees have completed more than 290,000 hours of service. Kraft and its foundation have provided nearly $1 billion in cash and food donations to a number of organizations over the past 25 years. The company also provides humanitarian aid to communities facing natural disasters.


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