Currently, we are operating successfully at three distribution locations: Jesse Cohen neighborhood in Holon, Ajami neighborhood in Yafo, and Ben Zvi in South Tel Aviv. We are soon launching our fourth hub in East Jerusalem, located on the grounds of The Jerusalem Central Library, .
Through our EAT Community Hubs, we aim to rescue and deliver over 1,000 tons of food in 2023, reducing the meal cost to just $0.10 per meal. This initiative helps address food waste, food rescue, and food insecurity while also minimizing the negative environmental impact.
Education Action Together
EAT School Program in collaboration with Derech Kfar Yozmot Chinuch, a registered Amuta.
This program focuses on empowering underprivileged children by promoting social and environmental responsibilities. Currently, we are running a successful pilot in four schools: Bialik Rogozin in Tel Aviv, Roz Mozkin High School in Tel Aviv, Branko Wies High School in Tiberias, and Ort High School in Akko.
We have been invited to present the Food Rescue program to all seventy schools of Derech Kfar Yozmot Chinuch's Tikun Olam program. Our goal is to distribute over 1,000 tons of food to twelve schools, rescuing and delivering two million meals at an extremely low cost of $0.10 per meal. The official launch of the program is scheduled for September 1st, coinciding with the start of the new school year.
The EAT School Program focuses on educating and raising awareness about food waste, food rescue, food insecurity, and the negative environmental impact associated with these issues. The program is implemented by teachers, school staff, students, and the community, fostering a sense of social responsibility among the participants.
One significant advantage of partnering with Derech Kfar Yozmot Chinuch is that their schools are located in low socioeconomic areas, ensuring that the food reaches those in need and effectively addressing the "last mile" challenge. Moreover, the program takes place within the schools, utilizing rent-free locations provided by the schools themselves. This eliminates municipal taxes and costs related to water, electricity, insurance, and security.
By engaging students in social responsibility, the program empowers them and equips them with the tools to help others, making a positive impact on both the social and environmental aspects of their community. Importantly, our approach ensures that we address the issue of food insecurity and lack of nutrition among children in a respectful manner
Pesia's Soup Kitchen
Welcome to our professional field kitchen, where we are passionate about transforming surplus and rescued vegetables into wholesome and nutritious meals for the elderly and children in need. Through our dedicated efforts, we prepare over 80,000 portions of delicious soups each year, utilizing ingredients that would otherwise go to waste. By upgrading these vegetables, we not only reduce food waste but also provide nourishing options to support the well-being of our community. Our commitment to sustainability and healthy eating habits drives us to create meals that are both flavorful and packed with essential nutrients. We take pride in our role in addressing food insecurity, ensuring that every meal served contributes to a healthier future for those we serve. Join us on this journey of culinary excellence and social impact as we rescue vegetables and serve delicious meals that make a difference.