Atlas Copco, a leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions, has partnered with Kellogg's to support the non-profit's distribution center, Food Banks Canada, who provides national leadership to help Canadians living with food insecurity. With Atlas Copco's donation of $9,000 dollars, Kellogg's was able to supply 307 cases of food to relieve hunger to those in need.
"Atlas Copco noticed a strong need for food during the Covid-19 pandemic and decided to respond. Kellogg's has been one of our valued customers for around 10 years thus, we decided to reach out to them to take action" said Emily Owen, Digital marketing and Social Media Lead. "Our partnership with Kellogg's gave us the opportunity to help communities all around Canada who were in need of food."
Food Banks Canada is a non-profit committed to doing good in communities across Canada through a network of Provincial Associations, affiliate food banks, and food agencies that work to relieve hunger. Their work is focused on maximizing collective impact, strengthening local capacity, and reducing the need for food banks (Food Banks Canada. "About Us." 2020, www.foodbankscanada.ca/About-Us.aspx.)
For more information about Food Banks Canada, please visit foodbankscanada.ca