Values

Community Support

Sanderson Farms’ philanthropic efforts range in size and reach, but the sentiment is the same: to give back to the communities in which Sanderson Farms employees work and live. Whether it’s sponsoring small-town sports leagues, providing disaster relief, or hosting the Sanderson Farms Championship PGA TOUR, the company demonstrates its commitment to caring for people with food, funding, and salt of the earth volunteers.

2.4 MILLION POUNDS

Since 2011, Sanderson Farms has donated over 2.4 million pounds of product to charities and disaster relief across the U.S.

$12 MILLION

Since 2011, Sanderson Farms has donated $12 million dollars to charities across the U.S., with over $3.7 million specifically for disaster relief.

COUNTLESS HOURS

From disaster relief to community outreach to the Sanderson Farms Championship, we’re proud of the volunteer efforts our employees make year after year.



Support & Disaster Relief

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At Sanderson Farms, we come together to support our employees, their families, and the whole community in times of crisis.

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Joe Frank Sanderson, Jr.

It’s Much More Than Golf

100 percent of the proceeds from the Sanderson Farms Championship goes directly to charities across Mississippi. Since becoming title sponsor in 2013, the tournament has raised record-breaking donations year-over-year, totaling over $11.7 million.

Community Impact

The Sanderson Farms Championship hosts 156 professional golfers, generating 300+ jobs, 1,000 volunteer opportunities and over $25 million in economic impact for Mississippi.

Charitable Impact

The Sanderson Farms Championship has raised over $12 million for charity. Each year the tournament contributes to over 50 local charities, with Friends of Children’s Hospital being the primary beneficiary.

We know that the people who are buying our chicken aren’t doing it because we sponsor a golf tournament, but we don’t sponsor a golf tournament so that people will buy our chicken. We do it for the 175,000 children who are treated at Children’s of Mississippi each year.

Joe Frank Sanderson, Jr.