What A Waste™
What a Waste is NFESH’s innovative, anti-hunger initiative for community-based nutrition programs that reduces food waste, increases program efficiency and helps the environment while providing new sources of healthful foods to those in need.
Growing food from leftovers – it’s a strange concept, but that is what the National Foundation to End Senior Hunger (NFESH) is doing with the help of senior centers in Washington, D.C.
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- Featured Columnist: Why A Food Bank Director Is Against the Minimum Wage Increase
- NFESH Pres & CEO Enid Borden’s Huffington Post Blog: What If
- Hunger: Unspoken Among the Elderly
- BenBella Vegan has a new website featuring healthy recipes
- A Guide to Food Waste
- NFESH Research Cited in the Courier Mail
- NFESH research cited in "Where Chronic Disease and Hunger Intersect"
- NFESH Research Cited in the Dos and Dont's of Helping the Hungry
- Rooftops: May 27, 2015
At NFESH, we seek solutions to prevent and end senior hunger by breaking what we call “the lifecycle of hunger,” one community at a time. Our cross-sector approach engages local and national partners on a journey of discovery to translate and transform expertise, insight and ideas into sustainable ways we can quash hunger.
We are seeking partners who are looking for the opportunity to provide new and innovative solutions to affect real societal change. Ready to roll up your sleeves and join this grassroots movement?
Learn how you can become a CUASH® (Communities Against Senior Hunger) Community.
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