WE BELIEVE IN A INTEGRAL WORLD

LALA FOUNDATION

[G4-SO1, G4-DMA]

 

Our volunteering activities represent a great experience for our collaborators and their families, as well as for suppliers and allies who take part, but especially for those communities with whom we share these moments.

Our mission is to contribute to the diet and nutrition of people going through a homelessness and poverty situation, especially children.

In 2016 we joined to the Sustainable Development Goals established by the UN.

» Objetive 1. End poverty in all its forms throughout the world.

» Objetive 2. End hunger, achieve food security and improve nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.

» Objetivo 4. Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning.

For the first time, Nicaragua is part of our volunteering programs. Gatherings and product delivery to vulnerable people institutions took place in December.

More than 34 thousand children in a vulnerable situation receive a glass of Lala milk, thanks to the Alliance with 184 organizations in Mexico and 2 in Guatemala.

We are one of the companies with the most capital investment regarding society in Mexico.

We donate 7.71 million kilos in kind, wich is equivalent to $77.7 millons pesos.

United against hunger: we have 47 alliances with food banks

Nurture to transform; 14,956 people were supported through 15 different organizations.

We supported 540,820 people
who live in areas with high and very high marginalization. This was carried through 360 organizations.

VOLUNTEERING

[G4-SO1, G4-DMA]

 

These are some results from our volunteering initiatives:

3,404
Lala volunteers

20,678
volunteering hours

The Lala Foundation Route

Throughout the journey of the delivery route, our staff delivers products to both institutions and organizations.

VOLUNTEERING IN ACTION

With the participation of our collaborators, family members, suppliers and groups of interest, we carry out initiatives whose target is to look after our society and our planet in an integral way with diverse activities such as: reforestation, visits to different organizations, and cultural activities, among others.

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EXTERNAL GROUPS

External groups are formed by volunteers who visit vulnerable communities. In 2016, they took part in Mexico and Honduras.

VOLUNTEERS SOWING THE FUTURE

Thanks to the reforestation work we did in Tropezón, Salamanca (Guanajuato), we contributed to avoid soil eroding, prevent floodings downstream, maintain oxygen supply and restore biodiversity.

Accompanied by 30 children, we planted 700 trees of 3 different species, all of them adaptable to the area. We then added 800 more trees, which were donated to the community.

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reforested hectares in one day.
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donated trees: White Wood, Sweet Wood and mountain maguey.
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hours of volunteer work.

» Education and environmental management in Cuatrociénegas:
water usage, care and preservation of species in the area and research fostering.

» Rescuing of a forest species
(Mexican Picea) in Sierra de Santiago, Nuevo León and Arteaga, Coahuila.

» Hive repopulation: we provide support
for the purchasing of 283 new hives

With such initiatives, we directly benefited 7 thousand people and we indirectly did so with 62 thousand more. The investment was more than $1.6 million pesos.

LALA INTERNACIONAL MARATHON

We celebrated the XXVII edition of the Lala International Marathon. With this event we motivate and promote runner participation in benefit of different social programs. At the same time, runners have the chance of improving their 42 K times and scores.

28% female participation

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