EVERY DOLLAR COUNTS TOWARDS FEEDING PEOPLE, NOT LANDFILLS
SINCE 2011, WE HAVE RECOVERED MORE THAN 2 MILLION POUNDS OF FOOD. IMAGINE HOW MUCH MORE can be recovered.
WAYS YOU CAN GIVE
ONE TIME GIFT
Help us bring Food Recovery Network chapters to all 50 states, so we can fight hunger and food waste in every part of America. Give a one time gift today!
MAKE A RECURRING DONATION
Enroll in our Recurring Donor Program and set up a recurring gift system to ensure Food Recovery Network continues to fight waste and feed people.
All donations to FRN are tax deductible. Need a tax receipt? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How Your Gift Helps
Donated funds directly translate to meals provided.
We fund our chapters in order to expand and recover more food.
$2 donates 1 meal
$111 covers the cost of one FRN food recovery— an average of 50 meals.
At FRN, we empower student leaders to be the change they want to see.
92.7% of our student leaders "strongly agree" that their experience with FRN helped them grow as a leader.
National Food Recovery Dialogue
Our conference connects students with key players in the food system, from policy to non-profit, and other students for a weekend of skill building and leadership development.
Food Recovery Verified
Food Recovery Verified (FRV) is FRN launched program that recognizes businesses that recover food at least once a month. Within its first year alone, nearly 100 establishments and events have been verified and are pioneering how we view surplus food.
GIVE BY CHECK
You can also mail us a check payable to Food Recovery Network at
Food Recovery Network
4321 Hartwick Rd Suite 316
College Park, MD 20740
The Catalogue for Philanthropy recently designated FRN as "One of the Best" charities for 2016-17. Each year 120 expert reviewers evaluate applicants for distinction, merit, and impact. Each featured charity has been successfully site visited and its financials given the thumbs up. The Catalogue for Philanthropy charges no fees and raises funds separately to support its work. Since 2003, it has raised over $34 million for charities across the Greater Washington region.