Family-run company Kisko prioritizes communities and giving back

December 18 19:00 2020
Family-run company Kisko prioritizes communities and giving back
Kisko partners with international celebrities to maintain their ethical leadership through core initiatives that build schools and develop community programs.

Woodbridge, Ontario – Kisko announces a sustained priority to its efforts with community development and vital initiatives. Teaming up with celebrity athletes Serena Williams and Dwayne De Rosario, Kisko supports various programs. Some of the company’s initiatives include building schools in Jamaica and sponsoring eight of the largest soccer clubs in Ontario, Canada.

The family-run business has been in operation for more than 40 years. From its origins in Jamaica, the company has been committed to strong family values, with a foundation on integrity, respect, and ethical leadership. These values have guided their contributions to numerous communities, including building schools and supporting food banks, summer camps, and non-profit organizations.

Summary of Community Development Initiatives

At every level of the company, a commitment to giving back to communities remains a primary concern for all Kisko employees. A few of the company’s key priorities include the following examples.

Four Core Community Initiatives:

  • Helping Hands Jamaica Foundation: Kisko is a proud partner of this foundation that sustains a mission to improve the lives of the next generation of Jamaicans. The foundation achieves these goals by creating a world-class education system through investment in infrastructure, resource materials, and expertise.
  • Athletes in Action: Kisko also supports this Christian-based program that provides athletes with the opportunity to improve their skills while developing their physical, mental, and spiritual health.
  • Jamaica School Build: For many years, Kisko has maintained its partnership with Helping Hands Jamaica Foundation. The company offers labor and resources—from its owners to its employees—towards constructing school buildings in Jamaica.
  • Sampling programs: Kisko also serves community-based sampling programs coordinated through partnerships with local radio stations and executed in the summer months, providing kids the opportunity to see and taste their product.

About Kisko

Initially founded in Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies in 1968, Kisko products were eventually established in Agincourt, Ontario, in 1977. Kisko is a proud family-run business with over 40 years of focus on producing the best quality freeze pops fruit snacks in the market. They have an ongoing commitment to product quality and provide 100% customer satisfaction related to their products and service.


More information is available on Kisko’s core values and community development efforts at their website.

Media Contact
Company Name: Kisko Freezies
Contact Person: Carola Miranda
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Phone: (905) 652-2363
Address:50 Royal Group Cresent, Unit #1
City: Woodbridge
State: ON, L4H 1X9
Country: Canada