Waste Not Want Not Inc
Rating: 4.92 stars 50 50 reviews
PO Box 119 Orange Park FL 32067 USA
Waste Not Want Not, Inc., a volunteer-based group, exists to prevent the discarding of items that can be used to fight hunger and poverty in our community. We do this by rescuing food daily from numerous sources for distribution to local charitable organizations, and through other cost-effective, volunteer-driven initiatives.
Every week last year, at least 14,000 people ate food rescued by Waste Not Want Not volunteers.
prevent the waste of items that can be used to fight hunger and poverty.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
14,000 people each week
Geographic areas served:
Food Rescue and Distribution. In 2013, we distributed more than 1.9 Million pounds of food to local charities serving those in need. This food, which would otherwise have been discarded, instead was provided to men, women and children, seniors and homeless people.
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1 person found this review helpful
waste not want not is a real class act when it comes to donating food the staff they have is the best around
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the organization needs no changes any where there the best in town
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3 people found this review helpful
Bread of Life is a soup kitchen located in Palatka Florida. We serve a lot lunch 7 days a week. The food we receive from Waste Nor Want Not greatly helps us to do so. We serve over 19,000 meals a year. The food we receive from then plays a very vital role in helping us to do so. Drinks, bread, cake, meats, seafood, soup - the list is endless.
The results of the redistribution efforts by Waste Not Want Not are absolutely amazing. Two million pounds of good food that would have ended up in our over-used disposal facilities have been provided to non-profit agencies that feed the poor and needy. Most of Waste Not Want Not's effort is sustained by volunteers as directed by Sandra, an outstanding Executive Director.