SHA Corporate Kitchen Food Rescue Program
Surplus food from corporate kitchens represents a large, untapped source of highly-nutritious food that tremendously benefits people in our community living in a food insecure environment. SHA is partnering with companies throughout Atlanta to rescue food from their employee and executive dining halls and deliver it to our network of Partner Agencies that feed the hungry on a daily basis.
- Educate corporations and their employees about hunger, food waste and environmental impacts
- Inspire corporations to take action to provide nutritious food to those in need
- Engage corporations and their employees by providing meaningful volunteer opportunities
Join the growing list of companies that are making a meaningful difference in the lives of thousands of people every month by donating surplus food, providing employees with volunteer opportunities, engaging in corporate sponsorships and conducting charitable giving campaigns that fight hunger and food waste in metro Atlanta.
Corporate Food Donors include Cox Enterprises, Inc., Cox Automotive, Fiserv, LexisNexis, Piedmont Healthcare, General Electric, ADP, the U.S. Federal Reserve System, UPS, and Alston & Bird. To learn more, check out our blog post about this program or contact Joe Labriola at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food for Thought School Program<id=”#thought”>
SHA is partnering with schools throughout metro Atlanta to educate, inspire, and engage students, parents, teachers and school administrators about hunger, food waste and environmental impacts. The program provides opportunities for participating schools to “adopt a route,” allowing them to pick-up and deliver food from their cafeterias or other Food Donors and deliver it to SHA Partner Agencies that feed those in need on a daily basis. Participating schools include The Atlanta Academy, Atlanta Girls’ School, Atlanta Jewish Academy, Pace Academy, The Children’s School, Paideia and the Westminster Schools.
Join the growing list of schools that are making a meaningful difference. To learn more about SHA’s Food for Thought School Program, check out this blog post or contact Joe Labriola at email@example.com.