Join the Fight

We keep our doors open by selling food to people who can afford it. One of the main ways we give back is by working to get food to those who can’t afford it. Since 2000, we’ve been formally involved in hunger relief, donating more than 90 million pounds of food to hunger and disaster relief, working with major hunger relief organizations, and helping create awareness of hunger through our KNOW Hunger program. To learn more about what we do in this area, you can visit our Hunger Relief website.


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Press Releases


Founder of Food Pantry Initiative Named a National Hero

SPRINGDALE, Ark. — July 20, 2017 — Tyson Foods, Inc. has recognized Jessica McClard, founder and operator of the nonprofit organization Little Free Pantry, for her outstanding efforts in creating an innovative and unique idea to feed people in need.



Tyson Foods Donates 70000 Pounds of Protein to Southeast Tornado Relief



Lift Up America, Kansas City Chiefs and Tyson Foods Team Up to Fight Hunger in Kansas City

Lift Up America and the Kansas City Chiefs teamed up with Tyson Foods, Inc. to tackle one of Kansas City’s most pressing issues – hunger.

Kansas City Chiefs linebackers were on hand Tuesday to help unload and distribute the 30,000 pounds of protein donated by Tyson Foods. Harvesters–The Community Food Network distributed the food to more than 60 agencies throughout the Kansas City area. Tuesday’s distribution event, which kicked off at noon at Arrowhead Stadium, featured a news conference with speakers including Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt.

For the past 13 years, Lift Up America has partnered with the Kansas City Chiefs and Tyson Foods to distribute food to Kansas City area agencies.



Tyson Foods, National Association of Convenience Stores Donate Truckload of Protein to Atlanta Food Bank

Tyson Foods, Inc. and the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) partnered today to donate a truckload of protein to Atlanta Community Food Bank to help eliminate hunger in the greater Atlanta area.

Atlanta Community Food Bank, which serves 29 counties, will distribute the donated food through its service network of 600 agency partners, including nonprofit and faith-based organizations providing daily meals and food pantry services across metro Atlanta and north Georgia. 

“We are thankful for the generosity of Tyson Foods and the NACS for their donation of more than 33,000 pounds of food,” said Kyle Waide, CEO of the Atlanta Community Food Bank. “One in seven people in metro Atlanta and north Georgia need help putting food on the table. This partnership allows us to provide high quality protein for thousands of them.”

NACS is holding its annual NACS Show at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta this week. More than 20,000 attendees from 60-plus countries are expected to attend the event, which is one of the largest tradeshows in the country.



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