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Tyson Foods invests $1.5M to support hunger relief in local communities

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SPRINGDALE, Ark. — Tyson Foods Inc. awarded $1.5 million in grants to 63 non-profit organizations to support hunger relief and community assistance programs, the company announced. These donations are part of a nationwide philanthropy program supported by Tyson Foods and include most Feeding America® member food banks.

The grants from Tyson Foods’ Social Investment Committee will fund a variety of programs to address hunger relief through backpack programs, mobile food pantries and more.

“We’re committed to relieving hunger and are honored to support organizations that work hard every day to help communities impacted by food insecurity,” said Tim. . .

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