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Feed the Hungry
The Food Recovery Network delivers food from the University of Maryland, College Park cafeteria to local homeless shelters. This food that would otherwise would go to a landfill is instead feeding people in need.
You can help provide a nutritious meal for Americans in need.
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Since 2010, the Safe Ride to School program has provided safe passage to girls attending Mirwais Mena School in Afghanistan.
Now the bus is breaking down. With your generous support we've raised enough to purchase one bus. But we desperately need to buy a second to ensure no girl is left behind.
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To celebrate the University of Maryland's entrance into the Big 10, the Food Recovery Network's important work was recently highlighted in this moving video clip. Their commitment to tackling both food waste and hunger is an inspiration to us!
This Gift That Gives More™ helps provide a nutritious meal for Americans in need.
When supermarkets and eateries find themselves with extra food that can't be sold, they usually just toss it into the dumpster out back. With world hunger at an all-time high, the food industry should be more mindful of their waste and donate their usable food to homeless shelters, soup kitchens, and other non-profits that help feed the hungry.
Sign the petition asking the Chairman of the Food Industry Association to create incentives for America's food service providers to donate their extra food to the 30 million Americans who go hungry every day.