K-12 Sharing Donette's Mission

Sharing Your Mission

We love sharing your mission with the rest of the world. Take a look at Donette's Mission to mobilize her summer meal program to reach kids who would otherwise go hungry. And enjoy our tribute to all of your efforts to keep kids fed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

 

K-12 Serving Your Communities Local Donation

Serving Your Communities

Buddy the Chicken’s visit to play with kids at the Urban League Head Start in St. Louis, during #ANC19, Tyson Foods, Inc. donated a truckload of protein totaling 38,000 pounds to the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis to help fight hunger in Missouri. Urban League Head Start distributed the donated food, which is equivalent to 152,000 servings, through its network of community facilities to reach struggling individuals and families at risk of hunger.

K-12 Serving your Mission During COVID-19

Serving Your Mission During COVID-19

As the wake of COVID-19 upended programs across the country, we wanted to support in any way we could. Take a look at some of the ways we proudly served your mission during a pandemic.

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wendy burrus

Wendy Burrus of Farmington

Since school closed in March, Wendy’s team packed and distributed meals to students through volunteer delivery drivers. Twice a week, the child nutrition team met to pack enough meals to last until the next delivery date. Then volunteers from the school district staff would load the meals up and get assigned delivery routes.

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Melissa Bryan of Copperas Cove

Melissa had two simple goals: feed as many kids as possible, and keep her staff employed. She set up three grab-and-go sites, with tents and ponchos donated from Tyson Foods, so she and her staff could serve meals rain or shine.

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Jenny Arredondo of San Antonio

Jenny serves in a school district where 90% of kids receive free and reduced meals. During COVID-19, her team served 90,000 meals a day, including breakfast and lunch. They even expanded their distribution sites, so families without cars could walk to pick up food. By the end of summer, they had served 2 million meals.

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Agnes Lally of Garden Grove USD

When COVID-19 hit in March, Agnes and her team set up 13 sites to provide breakfast and lunch to kids. By the end of June, they had fed over 1.2 million meals.

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