7 Getting 30 Digital Volunteers for #EmptyYourPlate program Batch #2____ Target date March 15, 2021

Kellogg delivered 10,708.6 kgs of breakfast cereal products to SOS Thailand with 6-Wheel Truck

The problem of hunger and food shortages is still an ongoing problem in society, especially during the covid 19 that has a serious impact on people. Kellogg (Thailand) Ltd. has decided to cooperate with SOS for the first time to support low-income communities that lack healthy food and those who are quarantined in the community. Kellogg has delivered 10,708.6 kgs of breakfast cereal products that will be used in the Food Rescue Program. In addition to helping people, Kellogg's aim is to support the World Food Bank.


All donated food will be distributed to communities including :


1) Via the groups of Social Development and Human Security Volunteer:

Jomthong District

Chatuchak District

Huay Kwang District

Lad Prao District

Bang Plat District

Klong Sam Wa District

Lak Si District

Bang Khun Tien District

Tawee Wattana District

Don Muang District

Bang Kok Noi District

Dusit District

Bang Bon District

Lad Kra Bang District

Tung Kru District

2) Low-income communities:

Nhong Jok Community