Food Rescue US Receives Nearly 10,000 Bottles of Water at the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival

Made possible by Arrowhead® Brand Water, Food Rescue collects nearly 10,000 bottles of water from iHeartRadio’s Daytime Stage to provide to local communities in need

iHeartMedia and Arrowhead® Brand Water providing $25,000 donation to Food Rescue US to support national mission to reduce hunger and food waste

Las Vegas, NV – September 23, 2021 – Food Rescue US, a national organization dedicated to solving issues of food waste and hunger, recently completed a collaboration with the iHeartRadio Music Festival and Arrowhead® Brand 100% Mountain Spring Water support The Courtyard Homeless Resource Center, a public-private partnership with Chicanos Por La Causa-Nevada and the City of Las Vegas, which provides 24×7 support to the unhoused community of Las Vegas.

The annual iHeartRadio Music Festival is a two-day music festival in Las Vegas that features today’s biggest names. Hosted at T-Mobile Arena and Area15 in Las Vegas on September 17th and 18th, the Festival featured two nights of non-stop chart-topping hits, musical World Premieres, and never-before-seen collaborations from the world’s most iconic and hottest emerging artists.

“At Food Rescue US, we have a goal of ensuring that all excess food and water is rescued and provided to those in need,” says Carol Shattuck, CEO, Food Rescue US. “Partnering with iHeartRadio will allow us to be matched with sponsors like Arrowhead® Brand Water that understand the importance of reducing food waste at their events and working together to ensure any excess products are provided to those that need it.”

“Now in its eleventh year, this year’s iHeartRadio Music Festival will be historic for many reasons,” says Hartley Adkins, President for iHeartMedia Markets Group. “We’re proud to collaborate with Arrowhead® Brand Water and Food Rescue U.S. to not only celebrate this moment of bringing live music back, but also to support Food Rescue U.S.’ mission to help move towards solving issues of food waste and hunger.”

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