Battle Creek, Michigan-based Kellogg Co. is donating $120,000 to Albertsons Cos. Foundation’s Nourishing Neighbors initiative.
Kellogg’s donation is part of a “Feed the Love” campaign, which is being promoted across Albertsons stores during February. Like Kellogg, Boise, Idaho-based Albertsons Cos. is committed to the continued fight against hunger through its foundation’s Nourishing Neighbors initiative, which is working to eradicate hunger in America.
“We value our partnership with Albertsons Cos. and initiatives like this are a key part of our aspiration toward Kellogg Company’s vision of a good and just world, where people are not just fed but fulfilled,” said Oli Morton, Kellogg Co. U.S. chief customer officer. “We are proud to contribute to the important work Albertsons Cos. is doing as we collectively fight against hunger.”
“We’re thankful that Kellogg, with its trusted brands, extensive consumer reach and powerful reputation, has partnered with us in our work to eradicate hunger in America,” said Christy Duncan Anderson, president and executive director of Albertsons Cos. Foundation. “Kellogg’s generous donation will help provide food for so many people struggling with food insecurity.”
The funds will be distributed to local food banks in areas where Albertsons Cos. operates stores.
In the last five years, the company and its foundation have donated more than $2 billion in product to food banks and other hunger relief agencies, expanding their standing as one of the biggest retail supporters of hunger relief in the country. These donations were in addition to hundreds of tons of food contributed through local and regional food drives. For more information about Albertsons Cos.’ commitment to hunger relief, visit here.
Feeding people in need has long been a cornerstone of Kellogg Co.’s corporate responsibility initiatives. The partnership with Albertson’s contributes to Kellogg’s Better Days global commitment to create better days for 3 billion people by the end of 2030. Since 2015, it has donated 2.4 billion servings of food to people facing hunger and reached 3.2 million children through feeding programs. To learn more about Kellogg’s hunger relief efforts, visit here.