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

KFC Foundation Selects Whiteoak Graduate as Scholarship Winner
This month, 600 hourly restaurant employees at KFC restaurants across the country will receive $1.2 million in college tuition assistance from the Kentucky Fried Chicken Foundation thanks to KFC Franchisees, including Hillsboro’s own Bagshaw Enterprises. Through a competitive selection process, Whiteoak graduate Hannah Walker was chosen as a winner via the REACH Educational Grant Program™ and...
Aug 20, 2014 1:20 PM ET
KFC South Africa, WFP take 67 Minutes to Add Hope
In observance of former president Nelson Mandela’s birthday July 18, KFC South Africa associates teamed up with volunteers from the World Food Programme to help feed hungry Johannesburg families. In 2009, the United Nations General Assembly endorsed the Mandela’s birthday as an international day. Throughout the country, South Africans dedicate 67 minutes of the day—symbolic of the...
Jul 30, 2014 12:45 PM ET
300 Kentuckiana Children Finding Their Inner Science Superstar
The Kentucky Science Center is partnering with the Yum! Foundation for the first annual Boys and Girls Club “Finding Their Inner Science Superstar” Half-Day Science Week. “It is so critical to support our youth and spark their imagination and passion for learning”, states Laura Melillo Barnum, Yum! Brands Foundation Executive Director. Continue reading the original article on...
Jul 24, 2014 9:50 AM ET
Yum! India Growth Plans Focus on Belief in All People
Yum! India expects to add 15,000 team members by the end of 2015. And Company leaders hope many of them will share a common trait—they will be women. Chief People Officer Sanchita Singh said the division's plan to grow from 301 to 500 restaurants presented a tremendous opportunity to increase its number of female team members, who currently account for 30 percent of restaurant staff. "...
Jul 16, 2014 12:15 PM ET
KFC Foundation Encourages Team Member to REACH HIGH™
The Kentucky Fried Chicken Foundation is helping team members turn their educational dreams into reality with its new REACH HIGH™ program. The Foundation, an independent non-profit organization, is covering GED® exam and preparation costs for hourly team members at participating KFC US restaurants, as well as guiding them through the testing process. REACH HIGH...
Jun 26, 2014 12:35 PM ET

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