Why Kellogg’s enhanced Human Rights Strategy matters more than ever

By Amy Senter, Chief Sustainability Officer During the recent United Nations Annual Forum on Business and Human Rights, two main themes emerged: COVID-19 and climate change. But a third, sobering fact was also presented – the COVID-19 pandemic has undone many of the human rights gains that companies have made in recent years. And female … Continue reading Why Kellogg’s enhanced Human Rights Strategy matters more than ever

Why would a 9-year-old start a food drive? His mother explains…

By Nicholl Salamone, Swedesboro, N.J. Editor’s note: Rocco Salamone saw a statistic on the back of a Frosted Mini-Wheats box that said 1 in 7 children in America suffer from hunger. So, he started a six-week food drive in his New Jersey community called the “Hunger Reliever Team” that attracted hundreds of donations from families … Continue reading Why would a 9-year-old start a food drive? His mother explains…

Making nourishing foods affordable and accessible for all

By Sarah Ludmer, Senior Director, KNA Wellbeing and Regulatory Nearly 30 percent of households in the United States earn less than $35,000 per year. After taxes, that equates to $2,625 in take home pay each month. There’s rent or mortgage to pay, utilities, car payments and, of course, groceries. But this was before the pandemic. … Continue reading Making nourishing foods affordable and accessible for all

Why Kellogg is an inclusive, opportunity-driven company for military vets

By Greg Miller Senior Director, Business Development Note: Greg Miller joined Kellogg in 1996 following an impressive military career. A graduate of the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., he served six years on active duty. He deployed twice – once in the Persian Gulf and again in the Mediterranean Sea. He then spent 16 years … Continue reading Why Kellogg is an inclusive, opportunity-driven company for military vets

Spirit Day a reminder that we can be allies every day

By Cori Krajewski Operations Analyst, Enterprise Project Management OfficeNational Co-Chair, Kellogg Pride & Allies Business Employee Resource Group On Spirit Day, I think about how I grew up because I may not have fit the typical stereotype of how a lesbian is expected to look, act or sound, I was not bullied. But the reality for … Continue reading Spirit Day a reminder that we can be allies every day

Hunger internship a reminder that the fight carries on

By Mary Jane Builes Editor’s Note: Mary Jane Builes is a senior at American University in Washington, D.C. She was a student fellow this summer in the Emerson National Hunger Program at the Congressional Hunger Center. Kellogg sponsored Mary Jane’s fellowship, which gave her the opportunity to intern at Share Our Strength, a non-profit that … Continue reading Hunger internship a reminder that the fight carries on

Attention Gen- Zers!! Help make a difference in your community with $2,500 from Pop-Tarts and United Way

By Sarah Reinecke, Senior Director, Brand Marketing One of the things I love about Pop-Tarts is their variety of flavors and colors. Pop-Tarts Chocolate Fudge, Pop-Tarts Unfrosted Blueberry, Pop-Tarts Pumpkin Pie. Pop-Tarts with sprinkles and fun drizzle. When I unwrap the foil and see these edible pieces of art, it’s hard not to smile and … Continue reading Attention Gen- Zers!! Help make a difference in your community with $2,500 from Pop-Tarts and United Way

Albertsons Cos. Foundation and Kellogg unite to nourish neighbors in need

Editor’s Note: Albertsons Companies is one of the largest food and drug retailers in the United States. Locally great and nationally strong, the company operates stores across 34 states and the District of Columbia under 20 well-known banners. By Christy Duncan AndersonPresident and Executive Director, Albertsons Companies Foundation At Albertsons Companies, we believe every child … Continue reading Albertsons Cos. Foundation and Kellogg unite to nourish neighbors in need

Live in PA, MD, VA or WV? Keep an eye out at GIANT and MARTIN’S grocery stores this week

Benjamin Schorr, Senior Manager, Philanthropy, Kellogg Our retail partners are so vital. It seems obvious to point out, but they’re the gateway to nourishment for people in communities big and small across America. Their importance goes beyond what they offer on their store shelves, though. Grocers and other retailers are also regular supporters of hunger … Continue reading Live in PA, MD, VA or WV? Keep an eye out at GIANT and MARTIN’S grocery stores this week

NAACP: Corporate partners vital to our fight against racial injustic

Janette Louard, Interim General Counsel, NAACP Economic opportunity. All people want it. Unfortunately, not all people have it. African Americans and other underserved groups face challenging economic realities like poverty, lack of jobs, disproportionately high unemployment, and a lack of affordable housing. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People works every day to … Continue reading NAACP: Corporate partners vital to our fight against racial injustic