KeHE Cares™ Outreach

KeHE Cares™ gives our employee-owners opportunities to volunteer in the US and abroad. We serve in local soup kitchens, create healthy meal kits for the hungry, build latrines in developing countries, repair homes after natural disasters, collect relief supplies and much more.

Here's How It Works:

KeHE contributes a portion of our profits to KeHE Cares Outreach Committee™, made up of employees from across the company and they fully vet a number of service organizations where KeHE employees are directly involved in an ongoing basis in giving of their own resources and time.

KeHE Cares™ wants to come alongside those efforts and help grow the impact.


Learn what we do, where we go and how we serve.

Partners We Serve

KeHE works with hundreds of serving partners every year. Our partners are chosen through a very intentional selection process, where:

  • Smaller, entrepreneurial organizations are favored
  • Pre-existing relationships with our employees are prioritized
  • Focused on the relief of human suffering by offering a dignified "hand-up" approach

The following are a small representation of our partner organizations:

KeHE Cares™ and our employees support Mission Lazarus in assisting people in need in Honduras and Haiti.  Projects have included building schools and providing latrines for individual families.

New Vision Community Church has been delivering both spiritual and physical bread to the hungry for over a decade by serving members of their community in Laredo, TX.

Restoring Hope Nepal is a partnership between faithful overseers in Nepal and a Montana-based organization that works in rescuing trafficked women and girls from brothels, in both Nepal and India.

Young Men's Educational Network (YMEN) is a long term KeHE Cares™ partner changing the story on Chicago's West Side. Working with young people beginning in the fourth grade, YMEN teaches, tutor’s, mentors and guides students through their college years and beyond, giving hope and life to a community which has long been neglected.

KeHE and our employees are sponsoring 2 new Child Development Centers
which will suport 380 children in Honduras.