Our Campaign Story

ends 31 Aug 2020, 11:59 PM

Sustainability is at the core of the Electrolux purpose and business model.

Our sustainability framework, called 'For the Better', guides us to act sustainably through focusing on better solutions, better operations and better society.

Better solutions is about providing products and services that enable consumers to live better lives, whilst saving energy, water and resources. Better operations is about providing a safe, efficient and ethical foundation for our people to make a difference in the world. Better society is about empowering consumers and suppliers, and supporting local communities.

The Electrolux Food Foundation is an independent non-profit organization founded and funded by Electrolux that aims to be a force for good in society. The foundation enables projects that promote sustainable eating and cooking to create a positive impact. Together with Electrolux employees and partners, we run projects across the world.

We are supporting The Food Bank Singapore: Feed the City (Take Away version) by providing hot meals to vulnerable, elderly, and underprivileged families, as well as community care staff impacted by the COVID-19 and the Circuit Breaker in Singapore.

We aim to support:

Families and children in need
Vulnerable elderly
Homes (orphanages/elderly care)
Migrant worker communities
Displaced/emergency cases

About The Charity

The Food Bank Singapore acquires donated food from farms, manufacturers, distributors, retail stores, consumers, and other sources, and makes it available to those in need through a network of member beneficiaries.

The Food Bank Singapore was set up by Nichol and Nicholas Ng, a pair of siblings running a food distribution business, FoodXervices Inc Pte Ltd. After observing the food industry for more than a decade, they realised the need for a food bank in Singapore. Founded in 2012, we were given charity status in 2012 and IPC status in 2015.

Our mission is TO END FOOD INSECURITY IN ALL FORMS in Singapore.

We now have a total of 360 member beneficiaries that includes:
Family Service Centres (FSCs)
Senior Activity Centres (SACs)
Various types of homes (Nursing Homes, Children's Homes, Halfway houses)
Soup kitchens
Other voluntary welfare organizations (VWOs) and registered charities


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

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