Our Key Programs
We implement a model called food banking. We network with Retailers, manufacturers, wholesalers, farmers and growers to partner with us to recover their edible surplus food and distribute it responsibly to provide greater access to food for vulnerable groups across our country.
The Food Bank program has been introduced to help the less fortunate to get food which can indirectly reduce the cost of living. The program is also in line with the goal of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 12.3, which is to achieve a reduction of half of the total food waste released by the retail and consumer industry by 2030.
This program is to save the surplus food that are still edible through the collection of contributors such as supermarkets, manufacturers, food entrepreneurs, hotels and corporate companies. The food collected will then be distributed to identified target groups from poor and disabled families, welfare homes, food aid centers, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) as well as underprivileged University students.
Our Feeding Programs
We have a range of feeding programs aimed at providing regular food for the needy, elderly, and school children. Our feeding programs include:
Pillars of our Food Banking Model
Reduce food waste
Feeding the needy and those incapable of working.
Creating a model for your Corporate Social Responsibilty projects.
Help keep our programs going
Our direct distribution programs bring nutritious meals to those who need them most. And you can make more of that possible through a simple donation. With just one unrestricted dollar, you can provide 2 meals. Imagine the difference you can make in peoples’ lives.