Reduce your environmental footprint by working with TLFP on a CSR initiative that makes a meaningful difference.
Consider partnering with TLFP on a carbon offset project such as food rescue, waste reduction, and providing health and social benefits to impoverished communities if your organisation is committed to contributing to the well-being of nearby communities or wants to combat climate change by reducing emissions that you can't.
Some recent examples of how organisations have partnered TLFP in CSR initiatives.
WE'VE ENDANGERED TOO
Melissa Tan, a zero-waste advocate, TV host, and Asia's Next Top Model contestant teamed up with The Social Group to introduce a new and exclusive drinks menu to raise awareness of the global climate catastrophe. The list, headlined "We're Endangered Too," is in favour of The Lost Food Project and emphasises that climate change threatens not only species in our oceans and the arctic, but also humans.
SUPER BRAND DAY
For their Super Brand Day sale in 2018, The Lost Food Project collaborated with multinational producer Unilever and online retailer Lazada Malaysia.
Unilever raised enough money from online sales on Lazada Malaysia in one day to offer 100,000 meals to individuals in need as part of World Food Day activities.
KEEPING OUR TRUCKS ON THE ROAD
Mubadala Petroleum joined with The Lost Food Project in Kuala Lumpur to support our aim to "Feed The Hungry, Not The Landfill," providing TLFP with a new 5-tonne TLFP to rescue and redistribute food to the urban poor weekly. With the cooperation of local community leaders, Mubadala Petroleum staff also assisted in the delivery of fresh fruit and vegetables salvaged by The Lost Food Project to nearly 1,800 residents of the Lembah Pantai low-cost housing districts.
MY CLEAN PLATE CHALLENGE
Every year in October, TLFP commemorates World Food Day by hosting a one-day challenge to inspire us all to value our food and reduce our personal food waste.
Individuals, organisations, institutions, and universities are encouraged to participate in this one-day challenge and contribute funds to assist reduce food waste and feed the poor, rather than the garbage, according to TLFP.
MONEY FOR MEALS
TLFP may assist your company in achieving its philanthropic objectives and making a positive impact in your community. Giving to TLFP is so rewarding because we realise how crucial it is for charitable funds to be spent as efficiently as possible.
TLFP can rescue and redistribute enough food to offer 1000 meals to those in need for every RM200 contributed. Check out some of the charitable corporate relationships we've formed.
LIKE A GIRL CAMPAIGN
The Lost Food Project (TLFP), in collaboration with Procter & Gamble and Watsons, is assisting disadvantaged girls in Malaysia to reduce period poverty. Almost 300 girls residing in 16 charity houses across the Klang Valley will benefit from the one-year initiative.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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