Food wastage is as high as 55%. We often waste more than it would take to feed every person on the planet.
Think. Be a smart shopper and think about what you are buying and when it will be eaten. Wasting food is often a subconscious act – become aware of how much food you throw away. Plan meals and use shopping lists. Bring your leftovers home from restaurants in reusable containers. Read More
Feed the Need Bahrain is aiming to have an event every month for 2016.
Please contact us if you, your company, your school, your social group or sports group would like to be involved in spreading awareness and helping us help others here in Bahrain.
We have January and February planned……lets see what ideas we can have for March!
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Karina Bell’s compound kids have helped collect for Feed the Need. Yippy! How’s your compound’s or neighborhood’s food drive going?? Let’s get these fridges filled by today to help someone in need start the new year off right! It will also help us get off on the right foot, too. smile emoticon #feedtheneedspreadthelove — with Claranits Maria Melo Romano, Dannely Romano Medala Ghana, Caonabo M. Melo Beltre and Caonex De Jesus Melo Romano.
The Demestan fridge at Reezaie Grills has been filled thanks to the contributions from residents at Hamala Beach compound. Thanks to everyone in the compound who helped collect and donated from their kitchens!! Great food at Reezaie, by the way!
Celebrating New Year’s Day.
This term, students in Year 7 began a new community service project during their Enrichment lessons. The Feed The Need Enrichment project has been launched at the Senior School and will involve every tutor group in Years 7-9 throughout the school year. Every week, during Enrichment, one tutor group will visit and fill a nearby ‘Feed The Need’ fridge with non-perishable foods. Read More