Smithfield Foods, Inc., is a leading food-processing company located in Smithfield, Virginia, in the United States, and a fully possessed subsidiary of WH Group of China. The firm is devoted to deliver good food and that too in a responsible manner by maintaining proper animal care, community involvement, environmental, and food safety and quality programs.

Smithfield Foods made it public today it would be giving $300,000 in an effort to support Heritage STEM Camps Foundation (HSCF), a nonprofit organization that generates massive experiences for budding Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) leaders.

According to reports, the fund will provide financing for a STEM Summer Camp that’s targeted to motivate female students between the ages of 12 to 18 in North Carolina and Virginia to strengthen the skills learned to acquire confidence, drive purposeful alteration in upcoming careers, and evolve financially.

“Collaborations like these are vital in our endeavours to offer young minority women a hands-on experience in STEM, educate and train them on career & business prospects, and generate a competitive benefit for young minority girls in STEM in belittled communities,” informed Tina Taylor, Founder, and CEO of Heritage STEM Camps Foundation.

As per the Virginia-based Smithfield, the financing will help design a program that aims on bio-agriculture and technology venture capital. The collaboration will assist HSCF and Smithfield to prospect how technology is bolstering the agricultural industry as well as realizing the significance of sustainable farming.

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