Rotarian-built network eliminates food waste, feeds hungry neighbors

20 Oct

Service in Action

By David Bobanick, Mercer Island Rotary Club, Washington, USA; Chair of the Hunger & Malnutrition Rotarian Action Group; Executive Director of Rotary First Harvest

Since joining Rotary First Harvest – a program of Rotary District 5030 (USA) in 2001, I have had the unique opportunity to help expand this program’s strategic impact at the local and national level. Through the dedicated efforts of hundreds of monthly volunteers, we’ve been able to quadruple the amount of produce collected and distributed annually. With the dual goal of reducing hunger and food waste, Rotary First Harvest connects farmers, truckers, food bank and volunteers to reduce hunger-related malnutrition.

Rotary First Harvest is a program of District 5030 that connects farmers, truckers, volunteers and foodbanks to feed hungry families healthy food in Washington State. Rotary First Harvest is a program of District 5030 that connects farmers, truckers, volunteers and foodbanks to feed hungry families healthy food in Washington State.

Hybrid strategies to meet community needs
Rotary First Harvest works on two levels – one large scale and one local –…

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