Yum! Brands Citizenship & Sustainability: People

Yum! Brands Citizenship & Sustainability: People

Yum! Brands continues to believe in ALL people, from investing in programs that develop employee leaders to fostering a workplace that is inclusive. In our communities, strategic partnerships help us advance our priorities of hunger relief, literacy and youth education.

See more about how we deliver on these commitments:

See the full report at citizenship.yum.com

Videos From This Campaign

Content from this campaign

More Than 25,000 Fans Attend KFC Mini-Football Championship in Moscow
KFC’s Mini-Football Championship, an International soccer tournament, took place earlier this month in Moscow, Russia with over 2,000 teams and more than 15,000 players participating. After six months of regional qualifying battles and daily trainings, teenage players ages 14-16 from all over the country came to Moscow to compete, drawing a crowd of over 25,000...
Jul 28, 2015 7:50 AM ET
KFC UK’s Recruitment Team Prepares York Road Project Residents to Enter Job Market
The KFC UK Recruitment team recently visited the York Road Project homeless shelter to help prepare clients to enter the job market. The team spent several hours with the shelter’s clients hosting workshops on CV writing, interview skills, and team building. The Recruitment team spent their time teaching the homeless adults “the skills to go back out into the world and hopefully...
Jul 27, 2015 7:40 AM ET
KFC REACH Educational Grants Create Lasting Impact for Team Members
The Kentucky Fried Chicken Foundation‘s REACH Educational Grant Program continues to make a lasting impact for hundreds of KFC® Team Members each year. Click here to learn more about the 2015 class of grant recipients, as well as profiles of just a few of this year’s winners. Testimonials from 2015...
Jul 24, 2015 11:35 AM ET
Fast Food’s Franchising Dilemma
A web of franchisees is proving a challenge for an Australian fast food icon as it seeks to build its CSR program, writes Nadia Boyce in this week’s Executive Insight. Fried chicken empire KFC has operated in Australia since 1968. The company now employs around 30,000 Australians in more than 600 stores across the country, many run by...
Jul 17, 2015 9:10 AM ET
KFC Africa’s Chief Executive Officer Camps Out to Raise Awareness for South Africa’s Homeless
On one of the coldest nights in winter, South Africa’s CEO’s and business leaders, including KFC Africa Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Doug Smart, slept under the Johannesburg stars for one night, to create hope and a home for South Africa's most vulnerable children. The 702 Sun International CEO SleepOut challenge invites business leaders to engage business as a force for good, and show...
Jul 15, 2015 11:15 AM ET

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