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Tyson Foods Donates $32,000 for Asian American Community, Immigrants and Refugees

FILE - In this file photo made Oct. 28, 2009, a Tyson Foods Inc., truck is parked at a food warehouse in Little Rock, Ark. Tyson Foods Inc. returned to a profit in its fiscal fourth quarter Monday, Nov. 22, 2010, partly helped by higher prices and improved pork and prepared foods sales. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston, file)

Tyson Foods presented grant award checks to two Amarillo area organizations to help their cause.

Tyson officials presented $16,000 to Amarillo Chin Christian Church and $16,000 to the Karen Community of Amarillo to help focus on supporting the Asian American community, immigrants and refugees.

The donations are the latest contribution of a series of grants Tyson announced earlier this year to support national and local nonprofits that are working to support people of Asian descent around the country.

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