Move for Hunger

How to Reduce Food Waste

 
Clearly, this is a BIG problem. So, the question is: what can we do about it? Obviously, the first thing we want you to do is pledge to donate your food when you move. Share what you can spare with the 1 in 8 Americans who are unsure of where they will find their next meal. Next, learn ways that you can reduce food waste at home. There are a number of simple steps that you can take today.
 

THE SCALE OF THE PROBLEM, HOWEVER NECESSITATES MUCH BROADER ACTION. THAT MEANS ENCOURAGING OUR FELLOW CONSUMERS, THE FOOD INDUSTRY, AND GOVERNMENT TO MAKE REDUCING FOOD WASTE A PRIORITY.

 
We’re facing a massive problem, but we’ve also been presented with an amazing opportunity to produce an aggregate financial benefit to society, divert an enormous amount of waste, reduce carbon emissions, save water, create jobs, and recover millions of meals. We hope you’ll join us in the fight.

ReFed’s Roadmap to Reduce Food Waste



As you may be aware, many people throw out a good deal of “stuff” when they move.  Unfortunately, a lot of this “stuff” is food that could be delivered to a family in need rather than thrown away.  That’s where we come in …

 

Moving? Find A Mover who gives back!

By teaming up with relocation companies across the country, Move For Hunger is creating one of the nation’s largest year-round service programs.  Our movers offer to pick up the unwanted, non-perishable food items from those who are moving and deliver it to their local food banks.

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Donate Your Food When You Move



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