Meat Company Lends a Hand to Flood Victims

Meat Company Lends a Hand to Flood Victims

April 13, 2016

NASHVILLE, Tenn (RFD-TV) Smithfield is helping families recover from the recent devastating floods in Louisiana.
 
The company donated 25,000 pounds of protein to the Food Bank of Central Louisiana and the Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana as part of its Helping Hungry Homes program. As families face the task of rebuilding their homes, farmers and ranchers look to replace their crops and livestock losses, which the LSU Ag Center says could top $15 million. 

Visit the following links to learn how you can contribute to the Food Banks of Northeast & Central Louisiana:
 
fbnela.org
fbcenla.org

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