Every single year across Australia, we waste $20 billion dollars worth of good food. As a nation, we produce enough food to feed 60 million people. At the same time, 5 million Aussies will struggle with getting the food they need at some point throughout the year. About a quarter of those are children.
Every single $1 donated to OzHarvest will enable them to deliver 2 meals to vulnerable Australians.
OzHarvest is Australia’s leading food rescue organisation, collecting quality excess food from commercial outlets and delivering it directly to more than 1300 charities supporting people in need across the country.
They now work with over 3,500 food donor businesses to facilitate the rescue of quality surplus food free of charge, collecting 180 tonnes of food every week that was otherwise going to find its way into landfill .
They help by providing:
Nutritious food for charities by providing high quality food to agencies which may not have been previously available.
Savings for charities as vital funds saved from grocery bills can be redirected to education, rehabilitation and other programs.
Protecting the planet by ensuring good food gets eaten rather than going to landfill helps reduce the negative impact of food waste on the environment.
Savings for food donors through reducing costs for excess food disposal and storage costs, and increasing the positive impact on the local community.Support OzHarvest Visit their website
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