Join the largest student movement Fighting against hunger and changing the norm from food waste to food recovery.


Food Recovery Network unites students on college campuses to fight food waste and hunger by recovering perishable food that would otherwise go to waste and donating it to people in need.


job opportunities at food recovery network

Interested in working at FRN? We're looking for motivated individuals to fill three positions at FRN: Manager of External Partnerships and Growth, Communications and Program Engagement Fellow, and Food Recovery Verified Fellow. View the job descriptions for these positions and apply at the link below. 

“Because we work and live in a high poverty area, we wanted to do
whatever we could to help alleviate childhood hunger in our community.”
— Simon Seibert, Sodexo General Manager at East Aurora School District 131

further with food: Center for food loss and waste solutions

Further With Food provides comprehensive information about food loss and waste in the United States and solutions dedicated to reducing it. FRN is excited to share our Official Chapter Map on their resource portal! We encourage our FRNds to browse the existing resources. 



FRN is excited to share the Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Report with you! We're so proud of the work that is showcased in this report, from the successes of our recoveries across the country to our brand-new Student and Alumni Advisory Board to the strides we're making with our Food Recovery Verified program. 

We invite you to get to know FRN better by reading our stories and connecting with us. We hope you’re inspired by the thousands of college students in our network who every day provide for those in need with dignity and respect, and show us how we can be better stewards of our environment.

FRn Speaks - Celebrating our chapters


FRn Speaks- Celebrating our chapters

Across the country, our chapters are doing amazing work. As each chapter has a unique relationship with their dining provider and partner agency, all our chapters have their own narratives to reflect on their experiences with FRN.

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