Csr programs

Corporate Social Responsibility programs

Reduce your impact on the environment by partnering TLFP with a CSR project that will make a real difference.

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.


The Lost Food Project offers a variety of opportunities for organisations to deliver on their CSR commitments through volunteering opportunities and sponsorship.

Our CSR partners at Touch n Go supported our PPR Program as well as created a charity Touch n Go card for TLFP that raised over RM30,000. distributing surplus food to the urban poor. 

Shell Malaysia joined dozens of other corporate organisations to support our Ramadan campaign, the Twenty 200 Challenge, in which Shell Malaysia staff raised over RM20,000 for TLFP.

For World Food Day, Unilever partnered with The Lost Food Project to raise money for meals through a Lazada Super Brand Day held on 17th October 2018. For every Unilever product purchased on Lazada that day, Unilever donated 5 meals to people in need. 100,000 meals were donated to The Lost Food Project. Furthermore, Unilever and Lazada staff participated in a CSR initiative to help us sort and distribute food to those in need.

Baxter Malaysia supported The Lost Food Project with 82,000 meals for people in need. Baxter Malaysia staff also rolled up their sleeves and volunteered as part of a CSR activity held at our warehouse.

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 nadhirah.rashid@thelostfoodproject.org

Mubadala staff MyCleanPlate post lunch n learn
Shell twenty 200 challenge 2018
Unilever CSR World Food Day 2018