The action carried out in Minas Gerais benefited 65,000 people from communities in situations of social vulnerability
BRF, one of the largest food companies in the world, made, in partnership with União MG, a donation of 55 tons of food to Mães da Favela, in Minas Gerais. The program, organized by the Central Única de Favelas, aims to help mothers in communities cope with the impacts of the pandemic.
With the support of other companies, it was possible to raise 402 tons of food, reaching 700 communities and occupations, benefiting 65,000 people benefited. The delivery of basic baskets was held at the Mineirão Stadium, last Saturday (08), in drive-thrumodel. Thus, it was possible to respect the safety protocols of the pandemic, avoiding agglomerations.
About the BRF Institute:
Founded in 2012 by BRF, the BRF Institute is a private association to strategically direct the Company's social investments. The goal is to support citizen initiatives that contribute to the development of communities locally.
Since its creation, through volunteering and direct investment projects, the BRF Institute has impacted more than half a million people, mobilized 30,000 volunteers and carried out more than 2,000 social actions in 60 cities around the country.
One of the largest food companies in the world, BRF is present in more than 130 countries and owns iconic brands such as Sadia, Perdigão and Qualy. Its purpose is to offer quality food that is increasingly tasty and practical, to people all over the world, through the sustainable management of a living, long and complex chain, which provides a better life for everyone, from the countryside to the table Based on fundamental commitments to safety, quality and integrity, the Company bases its strategy on a long-term vision and aims to generate value for its more than 95,000 employees worldwide, more than 330,000 clients, approximately 10,000 members in Brazil, all of its shareholders and for society.