We believe that families are the foundation of our communities and that children are our future.

Corporate social responsibility is based on the idea that businesses should give something back to their communities.

Over its more than 125 years in business Otis McAllister has done just that.

In fact, the company has contributed more than $2 million in food and donations around the globe in just the past ten years – to shelter children in India, educate teenagers in Guatemala, provide medical supplies to villages in Argentina and help feed entire communities suffering under the strain of unemployment due to COVID-19, right here in the United States.

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We support organizations that promote health and nutrition, education and social development for at-risk and underserved children and families worldwide.

All told, each year, we contribute hundreds of thousands of dollars in rice and other grain products, canned food and financial contributions to charities ranging from the VIDA Foundation, Children of Faith Missions and Fotokids to the Monument Crisis Center, Nuestro Pequeños Hermanos and the Make A Wish Foundation.

We are proud of the contributions that our family of brands make each year.

All told, each year, we contribute hundreds of thousands of dollars in rice and other grain products, canned food and financial contributions to charities ranging from the VIDA Foundation, Children of Faith Missions and Fotokids to the Monument Crisis Center, Nuestro Pequeños Hermanos and the Make A Wish Foundation.

We are proud of the contributions that our family of brands make each year.

Community

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

  • We are constantly working together to empower every member of our company – all around the world — to strengthen our communities and connect with our neighbors in helpful and meaningful ways. Only together, will we find the answers that we need to solve the problems that face our communities, our nations and our world
  • As a leading global food company, we thrive on fostering intentional relationships with our teammates… no matter where they are located.

  • We proudly welcome everyone who joins our company, and we are dedicated to making all employees feel valued in every aspect of their life, supporting both their professional and personal aspirations in any way that we can.
  • At Otis McAllister, we are committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). But, we don’t believe in Diversity for Diversity’s sake. Real diversity means getting a genuine – and expansive – mix of people at “the table.” It doesn’t sacrifice quality or competence. Indeed, it is designed to enhance it.
  • Finally, as a part of all of this, you have to have a shared commitment to understanding and to authentically listening to everyone once they are “at the table.” This is what we mean when we speak of Inclusion. We are committed to actually hearing and valuing what our people, and those in our communities have to offer, contribute and say.
  • To embrace Diversity, first you need to believe in Equity, which we do. You need to celebrate and respect the essential worth of all people – and ensure that our common humanity is honored.

Comunity

  • We are constantly working together to empower every member of our company – all around the world — to strengthen our communities and connect with our neighbors in helpful and meaningful ways. Only together, will we find the answers that we need to solve the problems that face our communities, our nations and our world
  • We proudly welcome everyone who joins our company, and we are dedicated to making all employees feel valued in every aspect of their life, supporting both their professional and personal aspirations in any way that we can.
  • As a leading global food company, we thrive on fostering intentional relationships with our teammates… no matter where they are located.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

  • Finally, as a part of all of this, you have to have a shared commitment to understanding and to authentically listening to everyone once they are “at the table.” This is what we mean when we speak of Inclusion. We are committed to actually hearing and valuing what our people, and those in our communities have to offer, contribute and say.

  • At Otis McAllister, we are committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). But, we don’t believe in Diversity for Diversity’s sake. Real diversity means getting a genuine – and expansive – mix of people at “the table.” It doesn’t sacrifice quality or competence. Indeed, it is designed to enhance it.
  • To embrace Diversity, first you need to believe in Equity, which we do. You need to celebrate and respect the essential worth of all people – and ensure that our common humanity is honored.

Sustainability

Most people struggle with the notion of Sustainability. We turned to the experts at the Arizona State University’s School of Sustainability for the definition, but really, we know it when we see it. And remember, “sustainability isn’t about doing less, it’s about doing more good.

Sustainability has three fundamental pillars:

P E O P L E

Is it good for our communities?

 

For years, Otis McAllister has been working hard to give back to our communities. In just the last decade, we have donated more than $2 million in food and donations around the globe – to shelter children in India, educate teenagers in Guatemala, provide medical supplies to villages in Argentina and help feed entire communities suffering under the strain of unemployment due to COVID-19, right here in the United States.

P L A N E T

Is it good for our planet?

 

We are convinced that promoting actions that seek the conservation of the environment and ecosystems will help us create a purer world with more possibilities to enjoy it. Therefore, through our brands, we contribute to the preservation of the environment, through activities that certify that we do not cause any negative impact on our planet. We certify our brands with the “Dolphin Safe” Label that guarantees that all fish catches in the oceans are carried out without damaging the ecosystem and preserving dolphin species.

P R O F I T

Does it make economic sense?

Making a profit isn’t a bad thing. It’s what you do with your profit and how you treat your people that really matters. And in those two areas, Otis McAllister is committed to living up to its best potential – doing what we can to support sustainability throughout the world, committing to ethical business practices and ensuring that our people have what it takes to live happy, fulfilled lives