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A True Partner In Pride

The Kellogg Company celebrates Pride Month by focusing our people and our partners By Cori Krajewski, Kellogg, National Co-Chair, Kpride & Allies  Kellogg’s founder, W.K. Kellogg, once said “I’ll invest my money in people.” It’s why Kellogg established the employee resource groups K-Pride & Allies, which is a volunteer-led effort inside the company to raise … Continue reading A True Partner In Pride

Virtual volunteering – where there’s a will, there’s a way

By Judy Magliane, Market Execution Manager, Kellogg Company, St. Louis, Missouri I’ve long volunteered whenever and wherever I can. Why? Because there have been times in my life when I’ve needed help ‒ where people reaching out made all the difference ‒ and I want to do the same for others. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, … Continue reading Virtual volunteering – where there’s a will, there’s a way

Kellogg’s new Chef in Residency Fellowship to provide opportunity for Black chefs and spark the future of food

By Christopher Williams, Chef in Residency, Kellogg Center for Innovation I grew up on the South Side of Chicago. My background in cooking started at a very young age, because my parents made it a mission to expose my siblings and me to food in so many ways. My mother has run a catering business … Continue reading Kellogg’s new Chef in Residency Fellowship to provide opportunity for Black chefs and spark the future of food

Kellogg Company’s Commitment to Global Ecosystem Restoration

By Amy Senter, Chief Sustainability Officer Kellogg is a nature-based company. Plants are the core ingredients for every food we make, and the majority of our packaging comes from recycled timber. And like everyone, we count on clean water. That’s why our company continues to invest in nature, and we recognize the role we play … Continue reading Kellogg Company’s Commitment to Global Ecosystem Restoration

Why our Kellogg Costco team wants to give back in 2021 – and how you can help

By Ryan Jewett, Kellogg National Account Executive, Costco Earlier this year, I looked back at 2020 and considered the strife that so many people experienced. As I thought about the year we’ve all had, I realized the importance of supporting each other through these difficult times – to put some good fortune back into the … Continue reading Why our Kellogg Costco team wants to give back in 2021 – and how you can help

Rooted in equity: Kellogg’s revitalized diversity and inclusion strategy

By Priscilla Koranteng, Vice President, Talent and Chief Diversity Officer Equity is our foundation. Diversity is a fact. Inclusion is an action. At Kellogg, we are united in our vision of a good and just world where people are not just fed but fulfilled. We are grounded by our purpose to create better days and … Continue reading Rooted in equity: Kellogg’s revitalized diversity and inclusion strategy

#ChooseToChallenge on IWD and every day by celebrating women farmers

By Avantika Upadhyaya Assistant Manager, Communications, TechnoServe* When the COVID-19 pandemic began, Sunita Devi was forced to leave her job as a day laborer in Chandigarh, India, and return to her village in Hardoi, Uttar Pradesh, with her husband and adult son, Chinese. That’s where she joined TechnoServe’s local “Improving Livelihoods for Smallholder Farming Households” … Continue reading #ChooseToChallenge on IWD and every day by celebrating women farmers

Kellogg to launch Black History. Every Month. campaign

By: Maegan Pulley, KAARG Marketplace Committee Chair February is Black History Month, and we are proud to have launched Kellogg’s Black History. Every Month. A Call for Food Justice in Black Communities campaign. According to the New York City-based food advocacy group, Just Food, “Food justice is the right to grow, sell, and eat healthy … Continue reading Kellogg to launch Black History. Every Month. campaign

Pop-Tarts, United Way grant will help us build a sustainable vegetable garden at our school

By Sara Velasco and Cindy Fu, Students, Wellington (Ohio) High School When we saw last September that Pop-Tarts and United Way were offering grant money through their “Unwrap the Future” contest, we knew it was the perfect chance to bring our idea to life. The contest asked young people between the ages of 13 and … Continue reading Pop-Tarts, United Way grant will help us build a sustainable vegetable garden at our school

Better together: Walgreens, Kellogg donation to United Way enables real impact

By Pam Puerto, Giving Officer, United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey (UWGPSNJ) is on a mission to reduce poverty and expand opportunity for all. UWGPSNJ funds nonprofit organizations and creates bold solutions that break the cycle of poverty – the kind of poverty … Continue reading Better together: Walgreens, Kellogg donation to United Way enables real impact