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

Yum! Brands to Celebrate 18th Anniversary of Founders' Day with Local Canned Food Drive
Yum! Brands Global Newsroom: Community In October 1997, PepsiCo spun off its three restaurant brands – KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell – to form a new company based out of Louisville, KY. 18 years later, Yum! Brands is one of the world’s largest restaurant companies with more than 41,000 restaurants in over 125 countries...
Oct 6, 2015 3:25 PM ET
Yum! Singapore Charity Lunch Raises Funds to Provide 13,000 Meals to Children in Need
Yum! Brands Global Newsroom: Community Yum! Restaurant Support Center (RSC) employees in Singapore collected enough donations to feed more than 13,000 children during a World Hunger Relief Charity Lunch event hosted at their corporate headquarters. Last month, The Singapore RSC challenged its...
Sep 25, 2015 9:45 AM ET
KFC South Africa ‘Spins’ for Add Hope Initiative
Yum! Brands Global Newsroom: Community The KFC South Africa Supply Chain team recently hosted a ‘Spin-a-thon’ fundraiser to raise awareness and funds for their Add Hope initiative, a program designed to provide opportunities to give back in partnership with KFC. The team approached family, friends and...
Sep 23, 2015 9:35 AM ET
Yum! Brands Foundation and the Ark Project Perform Random Acts of Kindness Throughout Louisville
This summer Yum! Brands Foundation partnered with The Acts of Random Kindness (ARK) Project to complete various acts of service in the Louisville, KY community. The ARK project travelled the country this summer during a 10-week tour performing random acts of kindness in various communities, inspired by one simple question: “What would happen if kindness became normal?” Over a two-day...
Sep 3, 2015 12:05 PM ET