Welcome to the LFR Newsletter Longmont Food Rescue’s mission is to redistribute nutritious food that retailers have deemed food ‘waste’ to feed hungry, homeless, and low-income populations directly. _______________________________________________________ 2022 Year in Review This year was yet another record-breaking year for Longmont Food Rescue! Thanks to our incredible community partners and network of volunteers who logged 650+ hours, we: Rescued more than 72,000 lbs of food in 2022 exceeding last year’s yield, and bringing us to a grand total ofContinue reading Happy New Year from LFR! ✨
Welcome to the LFR Newsletter Longmont Food Rescue’s mission is to redistribute nutritious food that retailers have deemed food ‘waste’ to feed hungry, homeless, and low-income populations directly. Weekend Event: Slow Saturday at Ollin Farms Join us this Saturday, October 22 from 10-2 PM for Slow Saturday at Ollin Farms. This event, hosted in partnership with Slow Food Boulder County, aims to connect community members to local producers and strengthen awareness of where our food comes from. We will be celebratingContinue reading Happy Harvest Season from LFR 🍂
Written by guest blogger, Lisa Chubrilo. Lisa is a student at CU Boulder and is taking a class on Food Sustainability. One of the requirements for this semester is to volunteer with an organization involved in any aspect of food production or distribution. Lisa reached out to LFR. We are happy to share your experience in volunteering with us.
Meet Maddie Karr, Silver Creek HS, Leadership Academy Student Maddie’s goals of bringing food to our community in a ‘no-questions’ ask fashion piqued our attention when we heard about her capstone project. After meeting with Maddie and learning about her year long project, we at Longmont Food Rescue were glad to partner with her and the Silver Creek Leadership Academy.