This September, Waste Not, Arizona’s only perishable food rescue organization, is joining the nationwide awareness movement for Hunger Action Month. This month is dedicated to inspiring people to take action and raise awareness of the fact that in Arizona, nearly 1 in 3 Arizona grow up in poverty, with limited
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Food Waste and Hunger in the News
San Francisco turns food waste into nutrient-rich and profitable compost. It’s a complicated process that hinges on residents, businesses and tourists all buying in. So far, most have. That’s led to a monumental reduction in garbage sent to landfills. http://bit.ly/2uf1GxC
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While our refrigerated trucks only have room for our professional drivers and the many thousands of pounds of food carried each month, we invite you to virtually ride along with us as monthly donors to help Drive Hunger Out of Our Valley!
How it works:
Waste Not: Rescuing Food and Providing Hope
The work day starts at 6 a.m. Arriving at the truck yard, Dave Kaiser, Waste Not’s Director of Field Operations, never quite knows what the day will bring as he prepares the Waste Not drivers for their food pickups and deliveries. Six days
The scorching temperatures of Arizona can make life pretty unbearable for the people living in this urban desert. We work through the heat as our drivers are on the road, six days a week, delivering hope and sustenance to our recipient agencies who depend on us daily. But, we’ve run
Each year, nonprofit professionals are asked to send in nominations for who they think are the best of the best in the following categories: Nonprofit Professional of the Year, Lifetime Achievement, Executive of the Year, Board Member of the Year, Fundraiser of the Year, Marketer of the Year, Technology Professional
School’s out for the summer and the kids are excited…well, most of them anyway.
For the 22 million children who depend on schools for free or reduced-priced meals, summer vacation may not be something to look forward to and one thing is missing – a steady source of food and nutrition.
What’s the deal with food waste?
As we celebrate Earth Day, the attention in the food industry turns to food waste. 40 percent of food that is produced never makes it to a plate. With agriculture accounting for 70 percent of the water used throughout the world, food
The USDA defines food insecurity as a state in which “consistent access to adequate food is limited by a lack of money and other resources at times during the year.” Other terms for food insecurity are “struggling to avoid hunger,” “hungry, or at risk of hunger,” and “hungry,