Friendship Donations Network rescues fresh, nutritious food that would otherwise be thrown away from stores and farms and redistributes it to neighbors in need. We provide food donations to hunger relief programs that serve more than 2,000 people a week, and divert over 1,000 lbs. of good food from local landfill every day. A model of efficiency, we are almost entirely volunteer-run.
We are grateful to the businesses and organizations that partner with FDN to rescue food and reduce hunger in our communities.More
Generous gardeners have donated 21,200 pounds of produce through FDN's Neighborhood Food Hubs since 2013! Thank you to everyone who makes this project possible.More
This spring, Jonathan Bates along with many great volunteers (including Nook & Cranny Farm), and Don Barber with his draft horses, planted a half acre of potatoes at RoseBarb Farm in Caroline with the intent of donating them to people in the community. When it was time for harvest Friendship Donations Network coordinated community members to harvest […]More