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Kellogg helps provide food for vulnerable Western Australia citizens

Western Australia presents unique challenges when it comes to feeding people in need.

The state makes up 33% of Australia’s land mass and is largely rural. Travel in and out of regional areas is difficult and much of the community is Indigenous. They also observe Cultural Lore Time, which means they might be uncontactable for up to a month.

So, Foodbank Western Australia’s ability to provide people in the area with food relief isn’t as simple as just having a warehouse. The organization relies on charity partners and organizations like Kellogg to help bridge the gap for people living regionally.

Through their three-year partnership with the Foundation of Rural and Regional Renewal, Kellogg Australia helped Foodbank Western Australia distribute 250 emergency food relief hampers via Mission Australia to communities in the Western region, primarily the Indigenous communities within the towns of Meekatharra and Wiluna.

The food hampers have helped Foodbank Western Australia and Mission Australia establish contact with vulnerable community members they might not otherwise have been able to reach, so they’re also able to provide additional support services.

Kellogg is thankful we can help support Foodbank Western Australia and Mission Australia as part of our Better Days Promise to advance sustainable and equitable access to food by addressing the intersection of wellbeing hunger, sustainability, and equity, diversity and inclusion, creating better days for 3 billion people by the end of 2030.


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