Tyson Foods Donated $25,000 to Arkansas Children’s Hospital
The Arkansas Children’s Hospital (ACH) received a financial boost from Tyson Foods, Inc. today. The company presented ACH with a $25,000 check to help with operating costs at the Centers for Children in Lowell, Ark.
“No child is ever turned away from medical care at Arkansas Children’s Hospital or its regional clinics,” said Justin DeLille, Director of Corporate Giving for Arkansas Children’s Hospital Foundation. “Last year the Centers for Children at Lowell provided approximately $500,000 to children in need of medical care. Tyson Foods’ donation helps us continue to help those families in need.”
Centers for Children in Lowell, Ark. is a collaborative of ACH and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Department of Pediatrics. The facility provides access to pediatric subspecialty care closer to home for families in Northwest Arkansas for their child’s clinic visits and follow-up medical care.
“We’re proud to support the work of the Centers for Children in Lowell, which we know provides access to world class Arkansas Children’s Hospital care and expertise close to home for the children of Northwest Arkansas,” said Annetta Young, Director of Corporate of Corporate Giving for Tyson Foods.
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