Charitable Giving Grants
In addition to our national hunger relief programs, we invest in community projects that make a difference in the Tyson Foods communities where we live and work. Learn More about Tyson Foods' Locations >>
We provide charitable investments in our communities through a strategic grant process. The majority of these donations focus on specific target areas within the following categories:
Our support for hunger relief includes community grants and national partnerships. We seek to support community feeding programs that benefit children, seniors, and others at risk of hunger or with limited access to food (i.e. backpack programs, elder feeding programs). Learn more.
We seek to support programs that provide nutritious meals and/or nutrition education to an underserved, food insecure client base. We are also interested in programs that focus on disease prevention through diet and nutrition. Learn more.
We seek to support K-12, post-secondary and nonprofit programs related to the education and promotion of the following fields of study: Technical or STEM-related, Agriculture, English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL)/Diversity, and Food Safety/Research. Learn more.
We seek to support programs that enhance or revitalize Tyson Foods communities by providing needed infrastructure or greater access to quality of life amenities; in part, community amenities include recreational, health care or educational facilities (e.g., parks, YMCAs, hospitals, libraries). Learn more.
We seek to support programs that promote healthy and productive soil, water and air through conservation and rehabilitation efforts; programs that support food system partners to reduce emissions, materials, and waste at various points across the food supply chain (farm-to-table); and programs that provide assistance and tools to farmers and ranchers to optimize management practices including increased adoption of clean efficient energy sources. Learn more.