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

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Yum! Brands: KFC Gives Back to Society via Tabung Penyayang
KUCHING: In the spirit of Chinese New Year, KFC Malaysia is sharing the joy by giving back to the community through programmes under its Tabung Penyayang KFC. At a special event held its The Spring outlet yesterday, the fast food chain operator handed over cheques worth RM13,500 to five charitable homes namely Sarawak Society of the Disabled, PDK Pemulihan Wawasan Harapan Kampung Buntal...
Feb 13, 2014 3:20 PM ET
KFC Thailand Helping Kids Win Big, On and Off the Soccer Field
KFC Thailand has announced the winner of its 2013 KFC Seven Shoot Cup, a soccer competition for youth age 12 to 15. Assumption School from Sriracha took home the top prize – 100,000 Baht (approximately US$3,000) and a trip to Japan, where they received a private coaching session from the Urawa Red Diamonds professional team. Started in 2009, KFC Seven Shoot is the biggest youth soccer...
Feb 7, 2014 4:20 PM ET
Yum! Thailand Recognized by United Nations
Jan 23, 2014 8:00 AM ET
Yum! China Moves Remote School from Hunger to Hope
Wednesday, January 15, 2014 ​On Thanksgiving Day 2013, the Yum! China team showed their support for the next generation. Company leaders and Regional General Managers from Pizza Hut and KFC joined a delegation from the World Food Programme, the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation, volunteers and members of the media on a trip to Duogo primary school, a World Hunger Relief (WHR)...
Jan 20, 2014 3:00 PM ET
KFC Donates RM20,000 to Charity Homes
KOTA KINABALU: KFC Malaysia Sdn Bhd donated RM20,000 to five charity homes and organisations in light of the Christmas season through its nationwide project, Projek Penyanyang KFC. The five beneficiaries were Darul Bakti Orphanage in Kota Belud which received RM3,000, St Theresa’s Children Hostel in Kota Marudu (RM3,000), Sabah Society for the Deaf (RM5,000), the Hospice Association of...
Jan 14, 2014 8:45 AM ET