Kellogg Australia tackles food insecurity with FRRR

Kellogg (Aust) Pty Ltd

Tuesday, 23 February, 2021

Kellogg Australia tackles food insecurity with FRRR

The Kellogg Australia Charitable Foundation (KACF) has partnered with the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR) to help tackle food insecurity throughout Australia.

Over the three-year partnership, KACF will donate $300,000 to support grants going towards low socio-economic regions in need and disadvantaged communities facing high levels of food insecurity.

In addition to the KACF funding, Kellogg Australia has also put forward in-kind support in the form of food donations, as well as skilled and unskilled volunteering from its employees.

Esme Borgelt, Managing Director Kellogg Australia, said the last couple of years have seen so many communities facing increasingly difficult times.

“Almost a quarter of Australians experiencing food insecurity live in regional or remote areas, and the KACF-FRRR partnership aims to provide support at a grassroots level to help these communities implement innovative, locally led solutions.”

Image credit: ©

Related News

$600K funding available for FIAL Cluster Program

A total of $600,000 in matched funding is available for new and existing agri-food clusters...

Entries open for South Australia's F&B awards

This year's event will showcase several awards across multiple categories, including...

Tax relief plan for small brewers and distillers announced

Small brewers and distillers will receive support in the form of a tax rebate unveiled by the...

  • All content Copyright © 2021 Westwick-Farrow Pty Ltd