Christmas comes early, thanks to Kellogg’s

13 November 2018

Until the 22nd November, 5p from every promotional pack of CornFlakes, Special K and Crunchy Nut sold at Tesco will be donated to FareShare, helping the charity get more food to vulnerable people over the winter months.

FareShare CEO, Lindsay Boswell, said: “Kellogg’s are a long term Food Partner of FareShare’s, and we’re so grateful for their incredible support. This promotion will make a big difference to all sort of charities who depend on our food: from domestic violence refuges, community cafes and older people’s centres to homeless hostels and breakfast clubs.”

Support FareShare and pick up a box of Kellogg’s cereal your local Tesco store here.

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“Kellogg’s are a long term Food Partner of FareShare’s, and we’re so grateful for their incredible support. This promotion will make a big difference to all sort of charities who depend on our food: from domestic violence refuges, community cafes and older people’s centres to homeless hostels and breakfast clubs.”

Lindsay Boswell, FareShare CEO


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