Projects around the world

Established in 2016, the Foundation has enabled local and global initiatives in several countries, including Brazil, Poland, Sweden and Malaysia.

Projects around the world

This project provides training for young underprivileged people in Curitiba to enable them to get a job in a professional kitchen. The training took place in a specifically designed educational kitchen in an Electrolux...

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Electrolux Cares Week, a week of volunteering and giving back in our communities, took place the week of September 25. Many Electrolux sites across North America participated in activities centered around tackling hunger.

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In 2017, Peru was devastated by heavy rains and flooding. Many people lost their lives, and thousands were forced to evacuate their homes. The floods destroyed homes, schools, hospitals and restaurants. Two towns hit...

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Electrolux is supporting Stockholm City Mission to open a social restaurant. This restaurant serves meals prepared using surplus food from Stockholm City Mission’s food bank. The project also focuses on labor integration as newly...

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Large amounts of food and energy are wasted through traditional culinary practices – both inside the kitchen and in all the preceding steps in the food supply chain. The Sustainability Curriculum was created to...

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A high-capacity container kitchen will be developed and equipped with professional kitchen appliances. It will be activated immediately in emergency situations such as natural disasters or refugee crises.

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Malaysia’s #myhappyplate is raising awareness among a younger generation of consumers about using leftovers. Project activities include consumer engagement by collecting pledges from the public and converting them to food bundle donations for underprivileged...

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In 2017, Australia officially joined the food waste movement in APAC. By establishing a three-year partnership with OzHarvest, Electrolux in Australia targets food that would otherwise be wasted to help feed people in need...

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The food waste community program in Singapore started in 2015 with the #happyplateSG campaign and continued with “Ugly is the new good” in 2016. The project supports the Food Bank Singapore.

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Together with Worldchefs and a local food-sharing NGO, Electrolux in Poland is: Organizing workshops for different groups of people, including our employees, journalists and food bloggers. Educating through social media campaigns.

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