We’re committed to the communities we live and work in. We not only partner with local hunger relief organizations to help people in need, we also invest in community projects through a unique grant program. And when disaster strikes, we’re prepared to respond quickly with a fleet of mobile kitchens and resources to help an entire community.
Accessing basic necessities to live is a challenge for many people in the island nation of Haiti.
We’re proud to help the OneEgg organization construct a farm and establish an economically sustainable business from the sale of eggs.
The good food can do
After donating 100 million pounds of food over the past 15 years, we’re embarking on a new commitment to hunger relief. In 2015, we pledged to donate $50 million in cash and in-kind donations over the next five years in the fight against hunger, with a special focus on innovative initiatives at the local level. Programs like Share our Strength and No Kid Hungry are just a few of the initiatives helping us strive towards our goal.
When disaster strikes, hunger doesn’t have to
In times of need, we’re there to help. When a natural disaster or tragic event happens, we respond by providing food and support for the communities, neighborhoods and families directly impacted, and the brave individuals who show up to help. See what we're doing to spearhead disaster relief efforts.
Corporate Grant Funding
At Tyson Foods, we are committed to helping the communities we serve and where our team members work, live and play. In 2018, we’re honing in on a variety of ways to fund programs helping those in need.