Navigating A New Landscape Together


We’re committed to delivering nourishment to families and supporting our partners when they need it most. As the situation continues to develop, we will keep this page up-to-date with information on our philanthropic commitment and how you can get involved, resources to help your business, and inspiring stories from our partners on the frontlines.


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Mike Behrend

Mike Behrend, Chef/Owner of Green Vegetarian Cuisine, was serving up success with a 90% dine-in rate when the pandemic hit. One week later, he and his team were reinventing everything to survive in San Antonio. Watch The Story

Keshia Williams

Keshia Williams, Director of School Nutrition, was planning a summer feeding program when the pandemic hit. One week later, her team was feeding students and families from all over Coweta County. See The Story

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Food Relief Support

Since the outbreak began, we’ve donated nearly $10 million in food and funds to our Better Days partners, like Global FoodBanking Network, Feeding America, United Way and No Kid Hungry to feed children and families affected by COVID-19. Learn more about the organizations we’re supporting and how you can help below.

Better Days

Our company and its charitable funds have committed nearly $10 million in food and funds to our Better Days partners that support communities worldwide, including areas with school closures where kids rely on breakfast clubs and school meals. Click for up-to-date information on our commitment or details on how you can get involved.



No Kid Hungry

No Kid Hungry is making emergency grants to help schools and organizations provide kids with the meals they need as schools close due to COVID-19.



United Way of Metro Chicago COVID-19 Response Fund

Our local partners at United Way of Metro Chicago and the Chicago Community Trust launched the Chicago Community COVID-19 Response Fund to help provide flexible resources to community-based organizations in Cook and DuPage counties that supply essential support to the households whose incomes are most impacted by coronavirus. Click the link below to learn more or to make a donation. 



Northern Illinois Food Bank

The Northern Illinois Food Bank is preparing to meet increased demand to neighbors and communities in need as schools and business close due to COVID-19. To find your nearest food pantry or to learn how you can help, click the link below.