“The Arnott’s Foundation believes Australia’s future is in our families. Working together, we aim to create positive environments that allow families to build, maintain and enjoy a better quality of life.”
The Arnott’s Foundation is the charitable arm of Arnott’s Biscuits Ltd.
Millions of Australians have grown up with our products and for them, like us, Arnott’s is more than a food company – it is part of our history. Our goal was to make a positive contribution to the families and community that have supported us over the years. The Arnott’s Foundation is a result of this vision and commitment.
One of the benefits working for Campbell Arnott’s is the opportunity to personally get involved with the community. Whether it is assisting Foodbank pack Christmas hampers for the hungry, helping Fairy Sparkle bring happiness to sick children in hospital or getting involved with the annual trivia night that raises funds for Camp Quality; the opportunities to make a difference are endless.
Through the Foundation, Arnott’s supports projects including:
Since 2008, The Arnott’s Foundation has raised...
Since 2008, The Arnott’s Foundation has raised more than $1million for Camp Quality, helping the charity create a better life for every child living with cancer
Each holiday season up to 220 sites open across...
Each holiday season up to 220 sites open across Australia. They offer an Arnott’s biscuit and a chance to revive so you reach your destination safe and sound
In 2013/14 Campbell Arnott’s donated 336,464...
In 2013/14 Campbell Arnott’s donated 336,464 kilograms of food, equating to 448,600 meals.
The Arnott’s Foundation has been supporting...
The Arnott’s Foundation has been supporting Fairy Sparkle for 10 years, assisting her establish “Fairy Gardens” at hospitals in NSW and Queensland.
One in four of all New Zealand children are growing up in poverty and that’s why Campbell Arnott’s New Zealand partners with KidsCan charity. KidsCan is a national charitable organization whose mission is to meet the physical and nutritional needs of less fortunate Kiwi kids so they can be more engaged in their education and have a better chance of reaching their potential in life.