Food Rescue US - DC

Be The Rescue.

Food Rescue US - DC disrupts the cycle of food waste by directing nutritious, surplus food to those in need. We leverage technology and a network of volunteers to streamline food rescue and distribution, while fostering strong community connections and ensuring easy accessibility for participants.

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A man and woman stand together in an industrial kitchen with bins of fresh food in the foreground

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A group of volunteers pose with rescued produce at a farmers market

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Upcoming Events

WE RESCUE 24!

September 12 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Gallery O on H

Join us for an evening at Gallery O on H in support of Food Rescue US – DC’s incredible work. Attendees will enjoy specialty drinks and bites, live jazz, and…

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Site Lifetime Numbers

2011

Year Established

10,246,500

Meals Provided

12,296,000

LBS OF FOOD KEPT FROM LANDFILL

440

Food Donor Partners

340

Social Service Agency Partners

2,270

Volunteers

Our Site Team

Site Director, Food Rescue US - DC

Kate Urbank

Kate Urbank, Food Rescue US - DC Site Director

kate@foodrescue.us
203-570-2560

Site Coordinator

Eva Reynolds

Eva Reynolds

eva@foodrescue.us

Northern Virginia Coordinator

Brinda Penmetsa

Brinda Penmetsa

brinda@foodrescue.us

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