Showing up. That simple act can mean so much to a person who is hurting.
A person like Robert, who today dedicates his life to helping people recover from drug addiction at a transitional housing program that Waste NOT serves. But just a few years ago, it was Robert
TAKING A STAND
When 1 in 4 children struggle with food insecurity right here in The Valley and over 90% of food waste ends up in landfills, we must take action. Action against food waste and action against the hunger issue that has become daunting for so many families.
Hunger is solvable
Donations to Waste Not remain eligible for the Arizona State Tax Credit
Late last week the U.S. Treasury and the IRS released proposed regulations that would change how the federal government treats donations to charitable organizations such as our that generate state tax credits.
With this proposed regulation, a
COLLABORATION…A STRATEGY TO COMBAT HUNGER
Collaboration is a purposeful relationship in which all parties strategically choose to cooperate to accomplish a shared outcome. This definition accurately reflects a new and exciting partnership between Waste Not and St. Vincent de Paul. Our agencies have recently partnered and will be working together
It is with great excitement and commitment that I welcome the incredible opportunity to serve as Waste Not’s new Executive Director.
As I take on my new role, I feel extremely fortunate to have been mentored and guided by Dee Mitten, (former CEO) during this transition. Dee’s institutional knowledge, passion