More than 800 members of Tyson Foods prepared 1,000 meal boxes and 15,000 snack packs.
They also put together hygiene and comfort kits for non-profits.
The items will be donated to the Samaritan Community House in Rogers and the Northwest Arkansas Food Bank in Bethel Heights.
“We have north of 100 plants and facilities and in every community, we give back. Certainly, in Northwest Arkansas, the home of Tyson Foods, it’s really really important for us to give back in this community,” Scott Rouse says.
Tyson Foods said it has provided more than $17.3 million for hunger relief across the country so far this year.