Global Impact

Globally, the Burger King Foundation has supported literacy and education projects across the world helping to build schools and libraries, supporting awareness and education campaigns around crucial local topics and providing opportunities for Burger King employees to make an impact in their communities.

Latin America & the Caribbean

Burger King Brazil partners with Movimento Arrendondar to inspire customers to round up their purchase to support projects aimed at education. The total collected support 15 social organizations whose objective is to offer a better future to thousands of people. In 2022, Burger King Brazil was able to raise over 948,000 real to support these important causes.

Europe, the Middle East & Africa

RBI Iberia raised funds for the Red Cross on a collaborative initiative Replanta Pachamama, a project created to build awareness and safeguard the biodiversity of five Spanish forests. Thus far, over 500 trees have been planted which will support an absorption of 800 kilograms of C02 per year.  This initiative will provide opportunities to carry out important environmental education work in the regions.

Asia Pacific

For more than 15 years, alongside Room to Read, the Burger King Foundation has been able to impact over 153 schools and over 120,000 students. Room to Read is a leading non-profit for children’s literacy and girls education across Asia and Africa. Their mission is to create a world free from illiteracy and gender inequality.  Last year, the Burger King Foundation was able to support Room to Read programs in India, South Africa and Sri Lanka to benefit 1,067 children in pursuit of a quality education amidst the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Global Partnership History

In 2012, we partnered with Room to Read – an international organization dedicated to literacy and gender equality – to bring sustainable learning environments to children across Africa and South Asia. Since then, we’ve funded over 200 projects including libraries, schools, literacy programs, and local language children’s books in South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, Cambodia, India, Sri Lanka, and Nepal, impacting nearly 240,000 children and families.


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