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Hong Kong Salties helped pack 1500 lunch boxes for Food Angel

The Hong Kong team undertook their first of many CSR activities! They went to Food Angel’s kitchen and helped the charity pack delicious food. Food Angel’s mission is: “WASTE NOT, HUNGER NOT, WITH LOVE.” Together, with other volunteers, the Hong Kong team packed around 1500 lunch boxes, which is an incredible success.

70% of the boxes go to the deprived elderly, 20% goes to poverty-stricken families and 10% goes to orphans. A spokesperson for the Hong Kong team said: “When we came across Food Angel we knew we had to get involved and contribute in some shape or form. It was a lovely experience and we would love to revisit again soon!”

 

About Food Angel:

Food Angel is a food rescue and food assistance programme launched in 2011 by Bo Charity Foundation with the mission of “WASTE NOT, HUNGER NOT, WITH LOVE.” The programme rescues edible surplus food from different sectors of the food industry that would otherwise be disposed of as waste. Following strict safety protocols, the rescued food items will then be prepared as nutritious hot meals in our central kitchen and be redistributed to serve underprivileged communities in Hong Kong.

Mission

Reduce Food Waste at Source

Alleviate Hunger

Relieve Poverty

Educate the Next Generation

 

For more information on how you can get involved, click here.

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