This post is sponsored by Kellogg’s Canada. All views and opinions are my own.
Last year when I was in school for Graphic Design, I was assigned a case study on Kellogg’s #FeedingBetterDays program. I got to read about what Kellogg’s is doing to support young children and report my thoughts on their Breakfast for Better Days. I loved learning about how active Kellogg’s is to support easier learning for children.
Today I am excited to have the opportunity to team up with Kellogg’s Canada to share about their program on a wider scale. Since I was already previously knew about their efforts to spread awareness around the amount of children that go to school hungry each day, I knew this was perfect to share.
Kellogg’s has a goal to serve over 1 billion in breakfast and snacks to children and families around the world throught their Buy A Box and Help Give a Child Breakfast Program. Find out more about the Breakfast For Better Days here.
I would love it if you could watch my original video below and get yourself involved in the #FeedingBetterDays program by sharing this video online.
Big thank you to Kellogg’s for allowing me to team up with them on this campaign.
It is a pleasure bringing awareness on such an important cause.