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POTUS Visits Staten Island

Today President Obama dropped in (literally—his helicopter landed there) on the Staten Island Miller Field disaster relief complex. Tyson teams from our Grannis, Arkansas/Broken Bow, Oklahoma, complex, and the New Holland, Pennsylvania, transportation group were there preparing meals. Even though the POTUS didn’t take advantage of a chicken sandwich, several Secret Service folks did, once they fully confirmed our guys […]

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Tyson Donates 193,000 Pounds of Protein to Nationwide Food Banks
Marc Morial, president of the National Urban League, receives a Tyson donation by Ray Ables, complex manager of Forest, Miss., and Donnie Smith, president and CEO of Tyson Foods in Jackson, Miss., in June.

Tyson Foods, Inc. has completed a 10-city string of food donations, marking the end of a campaign in which the company donated 193,000 total pounds of protein to food banks across the southeast. As part of its 2012 “Show Us Your Nugget Face” promotion (www.ShowUsYourNuggetFace.com), where the public voted on their favorite children pictured with Tyson Chicken Nuggets, Tyson Foods […]

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Hunger Twitterers List

We created this blog in 2007, with the goal of raising awareness of the issue of hunger and supporting the community of people and organizations involved in hunger relief.   Early on I was excited about the potential of social media tools bringing the hunger community together.  In early 2008, I created a list of those in the hunger community using […]

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Phoebe Russell

Little Phoebe, from San Francisco, California has a big heart. That’s an understatement. Actually, her kindness and compassion is bigger than most grown ups I’ve crossed paths with while reporting TV news for nearly a decade

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Nancy Carrington

Executive Director Nancy Carrington celebrated her 25th year of service to Connecticut Food Bank this past September

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Bernice Gomez

Not only does she open up her heart but she opens up her home 7 days a week 365 days a year to any person who is hugnry

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Brian M. Wong

For the past 4 months, Brian Wong has been involved in 2 community service projects. One involves recruiting sponsors for a “Hum-N-Play” project, in which all proceeds go to Alameda County Community Food Bank (ACCFB).

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Pastor Carol Yard

Pastor Yard put others first. She goes to the end to help those who are homeless, dealing with mental, subtance and alcohol, marriage, family, fiancial problems if thier is a need she cant meet herself, she will connect them with a source that will work for them..

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Atlantic City Rescue Mission

I recommend the Atlantic City Rescue Mission because they are a one-stop shelter for men women and children providing food clothing, medical, safe place to stay.

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Olga

passionate about helping families with limited finances.

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Family That Cares (FTC)

FTC is a family organization that have been getting together every New Years for the past 15 years to feed the homeless and the community.

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Brett Kirkland

The FoodBank of Southwest Georgia is a non-profit that services all of local shelters, abuse shelters, rescue missions, soup kitchens and disaster agencies in the area.

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Rick Boosey

Rick Boosey turned from a life of being a successful executive at Microsoft to creating a restaurant that dones much of its proceeds to hellp orphans, homeless shelters, battered women’s shelters and others.

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Trey Stafford

For the past two years Trey Stafford has worked with Time Ingram of KAIT TV to organize the Fill the Food Bank drive to benefit the Food Bank of Northeast Arkansas.

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Tim Ingram

For the past two years Mr. Ingram worked diligently to organize the Fill the Food Bank drive to benefit the Food Bank of Northeast Arkansas.

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