At Kellogg, we're always trying to look for new ways to brighten your future, from better-for-you
ingredients to labels that encourage a healthier tomorrow. That's why we're on a constant journey
to improve the nutrition of our foods - without forgetting the things that you love most about us:
taste and goodness.
Serving New Beginnings - Where They're Needed Most
Whether donating food, time or money, Kellogg Company and our employees have always sought
to brighten futures.
In 1930, W.K. Kellogg created the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Each year, the Foundation donates millions of dollars in cash as well as millions of breakfasts to charitable organizations around the world. The Kellogg Company has been able to help the Kellogg Foundation make grants of more than $5.5 billion projects that fit its mission: to help children succeed.
Our Mission to Share Nutrition
Much of our charitable giving focuses on helping children get the nutrition they need to be their best. We partner with Feeding America, our nation's leading hunger-relief organization, to help us share our millions of U.S. food donations.
We've teamed up with Action for Healthy Kids to donate breakfasts to kids in need, too.
Caring for our Communities
In the United States, Kellogg's employees are retirees raise millions of dollars - matched dollar-for-
dollar -- for dozens of communities through local United Way campaigns. And thousands of Kellogg
employees volunteer in United Way's "Days of Caring" projects that improve playgrounds, parks, build Habitat for Humanity homes, and give support to hunger relief efforts.