If your organisation is committed to contributing to the wellbeing of nearby communities or has a desire to tackle climate change by reducing the emissions that you can’t, consider partnering TLFP with a carbon offset project such as rescuing food, reducing waste, and providing health improvement and social benefits to impoverished communities.
Below are some recent examples of how organisation’s have partnered TLFP in CSR initiatives.
If you would like to learn more about how your organisation can support The Lost Food Project and volunteer your time, please contact our CSR team at email@example.com
Neighbourhood institution, The Social Group, teamed up with Melissa Tan, a zero-waste advocate, TV host and Asia’s Next Top Model contestant, to launch a new and exclusive drinks menu to raise awareness of the global climate crisis. In support of The Lost Food Project, the list, entitled ‘We’re Endangered Too,’ highlights that climate change not only endangers life in our oceans and in the arctic, but humanity too.
The Lost Food Project partnered with global manufacturer Unilever and online retailer Lazada Malaysia for their Super Brand Day sale in 2018.
As part of World Food Day celebrations, Unilever raised enough from their online sales on Lazada Malaysia in one-day to provide 100,000 meals to people in need.
In Kuala Lumpur, Mubadala Petroleum partnered with The Lost Food Project in supporting our mission to “Feed The Hungry, Not The Landfill” which provided TLFP with a new 5-tonne TLFP to rescue an average of 10 tonnes of food per week and redistribute it to the urban poor. Mubadala Petroleum staff also helped in the distribution of fresh fruit and vegetables rescued by The Lost Food Project to over 1,800 residents from the Lembah Pantai low-cost housing areas with the support of local community leaders.
In October each year, TLFP celebrates World Food Day, by holding a one day challenge to encourage each of us to respect our food and reduce our own personal food waste.
TLFP calls on individuals, organisations, schools and universities to take part in this one day challenge and raise money to help reduce food waste and feed the hungry – not the landfill.
TLFP can help your company achieve its philanthropic goals and make a difference in your community. We understand how important it is that charitable funding is spent as effectively as possible, that is why giving to TLFP is so worthwhile.
For every RM200 donated, TLFP can rescue and redistribute enough food to provide 1000 meals to those in need. Take a look at some of the charitable corporate partnerships we have established.
The Lost Food Project (TLFP) and Procter and Gamble with the support of Watsons, is helping to end period poverty for underprivileged girls in Malaysia. The one-year programme will bring relief to almost 300 girls living in 16 charity homes across the Klang Valley.
There are many creative ways that you could raise money to help The Lost Food Project continue our important work.