2020 Impact Report

We are pleased to share our 2020 Impact Report that presents our shared work over the past year, including our COVID-19 response. Everyday we are inspired by the individuals and organizations that have chosen to partner with Food Rescue US to further our duel missions: reducing hunger and food waste. Thank you for participating in this important work. View our Impact Report HERE.

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Surfside Emergency Response Fund

Since the devastating Champlain Towers condominium collapse in Surfside, FL last week, Food Rescue US – South Florida immediately took action by providing meals to those evacuated and staying in local hotels. Partnering with local restaurants, volunteers have been delivering freshly made meals, along with water and other beverages. Food Rescue US – South Florida…

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Fièra Cosmetics Donates One Million Meals to Food Rescue US and Second Harvest Canada

Fièra Cosmetics, a global online beauty brand specifically designed for mature skin, announced today a charitable milestone of one million meals donated to people in need throughout the United States and Canada. With every purchase placed through their website, the company donates a meal through their charitable partnerships with two leading food rescue organizations: Food…

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Food Rescue US in the New York Times

The New York Times has highlighted Food Rescue US and rescuing food as one of the nine ideas to make the world a better place. “Organizations like Food Rescue US help close the loop, taking fresh food that would otherwise go to waste and delivering it to communities that can use it. Food Rescue US…

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Cariati Developers, Inc. Makes $41,000 Food Donation to Food Rescue US

Donald Cariati, along with Cariati Developers, Inc., today announced a $41,000 food donation that will be provided to the national food recovery nonprofit, Food Rescue US. The food donation, consisting of over 27,000 pounds of lentils, will be distributed through Food Rescue US locations in Anne Arundel County, MD and Washington D.C. This donation will…

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335,000 POUNDS OF PURPLE POTATOES RESCUED

Food Rescue US locations in Maine, Detroit, and Washington D.C partnered with The Farmlink Project to rescue more than 335,000 pounds of excess purple potatoes from a farm in Maine, ensuring they did not go to waste.  Volunteer food rescuers sorted and distributed the potatoes to social service agencies providing for food insecure individuals throughout their region. 

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