October 12, 2017

House of Raeford Employees Lend a Helping Hand to Hurricane Victims

During one of the most tumultuous hurricane seasons in recent history, House of Raeford Farms employees are working together to provide relief to those in need in Texas and Florida. In Mocksville, North Carolina, employees collected non-perishables, water, pet food, towels, baby wipes and other supplies to send to those affected by Hurricane Harvey in… Read More

September 5, 2017

House of Raeford Partnership with Word of Faith Food Bank Helps Feed Families

An estimated 17 percent of the population in Duplin County, North Carolina is food insecure, which means more than 10,000 people are unsure of where their next meal will come from, according to Feeding America. House of Raeford Farms — one of the largest chicken producers in the United States — calls Duplin County home… Read More

August 7, 2017

FLOCK SUPPORTS CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES THROUGH MEDCAMPS PARTNERSHIP

For the fourth summer in a row, campers at Louisiana’s MedCamps will turn back the clocks with “Sundaes on Mondays” through the camp’s partnership with House of Raeford Farms FLOCK in Arcadia. Once a month in June, July, and August, House of Raeford’s FLOCK sponsors various themed dinners at MedCamps of Louisiana, which is an… Read More

July 26, 2017

FLOCK Helps Victims of Human Trafficking Through Partnership with Lighthouse for Life

Through a partnership with House of Raeford Farms FLOCK, Lighthouse for Life is one step closer to opening its Karis Home as a safe house for young women who are victims of human trafficking. House of Raeford Farms donated nearly $15,000 to the Lighthouse for Life Karis Home for the installation of a security system… Read More

June 28, 2017

Football Camp Athletes Learn Lessons in Resiliency, Strength, and Sportsmanship

For the second consecutive year, House of Raeford Farms FLOCK sponsored the Jeremiah Castille Character Football Camp in Wallace, North Carolina. The two-day camp focused on character building and skill development for both on and off the field. Nearly 600 student-athletes from six North Carolina counties attended the camp this year, up from 400 athletes… Read More

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