Link to Food Rescue Resources
Good Samaritan Act of 1996 is a national policy created to encourage edible food donations to nonprofit organizations by limiting individual and business donors' liability.
Food Recovery Network is the largest student movement dedicated to rescuing food and ending hunger. With 230 chapters located across the US, they know how to get it done. To start a chapter visit their site.
Food Rescue Alliance is a peer learning network dedicated to developing innovative models for food recovery. Food rescue organizations can access peer-to-peer learning, trainings, resources, and workshops.
K-12 Food Rescue helps schools track the impact of rescuing edible food. They have cool tools to track your school's food rescue efforts.
EPA Food Recovery Hierarchy
prioritizes actions we can take to prevent food going to waste. Each tier of the Food Recovery Hierarchy focuses on the best ways for using food.