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WHAT IS A FOOD HUB?

LAUNCHING IN FALL 2019, the Sources Food Hub was conceived as a centre for promoting food waste recovery through action, facilitation, and education.

We are a pilot project with funding from the Walmart Foundation. Our team of Hub-dedicated staff are currently developing a range of activities centred on reducing waste and redirecting good food to benefit families and other people in need in the Surrey area.

As the program develops, Hub staff are keeping an eye on future opportunities to scale up or replicate the program to impact a wider community – the entire City of Surrey, and across the Lower Mainland.

ADDRESS:
#206 – 5529-192 Street Surrey, BC V3S 9R9

Meet our Food Hub Team: (Name), Ava, Nicole and Wylie

JOIN OUR JOURNEY

The Sources Regional Food Hub support community food security and reduce the impacts of climate change. We provide education on food waste reduction, and opportunities for rescuing and redistributing food to our community.

The Hub enables food businesses and residents to rescue unsaleable food and redirect it to address community food insecurity while also reducing the significant greenhouse gas emissions otherwise caused by food waste.

With funding from the Walmart Foundation and United Way of the Lower Mainland, the Hub coordinates three projects: 

Thank you to our generous funder:

  • Food Rescue & Redistribution
    Food-Rescue-Redistribution-1

    WHAT IS A FOOD HUB?

    LAUNCHING IN FALL 2019, the Sources Food Hub was conceived as a centre for promoting food waste recovery through action, facilitation, and education.

    We are a pilot project with funding from the Walmart Foundation. Our team of Hub-dedicated staff are currently developing a range of activities centred on reducing waste and redirecting good food to benefit families and other people in need in the Surrey area.

    As the program develops, Hub staff are keeping an eye on future opportunities to scale up or replicate the program to impact a wider community – the entire City of Surrey, and across the Lower Mainland.

    ADDRESS:
    #206 – 5529-192 Street Surrey, BC V3S 9R9

    Meet our Food Hub Team: (Name), Ava, Nicole and Wylie

    JOIN OUR JOURNEY

    The Sources Regional Food Hub support community food security and reduce the impacts of climate change. We provide education on food waste reduction, and opportunities for rescuing and redistributing food to our community.

    The Hub enables food businesses and residents to rescue unsaleable food and redirect it to address community food insecurity while also reducing the significant greenhouse gas emissions otherwise caused by food waste.

    With funding from the Walmart Foundation and United Way of the Lower Mainland, the Hub coordinates three projects: 

    Thank you to our generous funder:

  • Community Harvest Program

    WHAT IS A FOOD HUB?

    LAUNCHING IN FALL 2019, the Sources Food Hub was conceived as a centre for promoting food waste recovery through action, facilitation, and education.

    We are a pilot project with funding from the Walmart Foundation. Our team of Hub-dedicated staff are currently developing a range of activities centred on reducing waste and redirecting good food to benefit families and other people in need in the Surrey area.

    As the program develops, Hub staff are keeping an eye on future opportunities to scale up or replicate the program to impact a wider community – the entire City of Surrey, and across the Lower Mainland.

    ADDRESS:
    #206 – 5529-192 Street Surrey, BC V3S 9R9

    Meet our Food Hub Team: (Name), Ava, Nicole and Wylie

    JOIN OUR JOURNEY

    The Sources Regional Food Hub support community food security and reduce the impacts of climate change. We provide education on food waste reduction, and opportunities for rescuing and redistributing food to our community.

    The Hub enables food businesses and residents to rescue unsaleable food and redirect it to address community food insecurity while also reducing the significant greenhouse gas emissions otherwise caused by food waste.

    With funding from the Walmart Foundation and United Way of the Lower Mainland, the Hub coordinates three projects: 

    Thank you to our generous funder:

  • Food Waste Education
    Food-Waste-Education-learning-centre
    Food-Waste-Education-booth-2

    WHAT IS A FOOD HUB?

    LAUNCHING IN FALL 2019, the Sources Food Hub was conceived as a centre for promoting food waste recovery through action, facilitation, and education.

    We are a pilot project with funding from the Walmart Foundation. Our team of Hub-dedicated staff are currently developing a range of activities centred on reducing waste and redirecting good food to benefit families and other people in need in the Surrey area.

    As the program develops, Hub staff are keeping an eye on future opportunities to scale up or replicate the program to impact a wider community – the entire City of Surrey, and across the Lower Mainland.

    ADDRESS:
    #206 – 5529-192 Street Surrey, BC V3S 9R9

    Meet our Food Hub Team: (Name), Ava, Nicole and Wylie

    JOIN OUR JOURNEY

    The Sources Regional Food Hub support community food security and reduce the impacts of climate change. We provide education on food waste reduction, and opportunities for rescuing and redistributing food to our community.

    The Hub enables food businesses and residents to rescue unsaleable food and redirect it to address community food insecurity while also reducing the significant greenhouse gas emissions otherwise caused by food waste.

    With funding from the Walmart Foundation and United Way of the Lower Mainland, the Hub coordinates three projects: 

    Thank you to our generous funder:

CONTACT INFORMATION

WHAT IS A FOOD HUB?

LAUNCHING IN FALL 2019, the Sources Food Hub was conceived as a centre for promoting food waste recovery through action, facilitation, and education.

We are a pilot project with funding from the Walmart Foundation. Our team of Hub-dedicated staff are currently developing a range of activities centred on reducing waste and redirecting good food to benefit families and other people in need in the Surrey area.

As the program develops, Hub staff are keeping an eye on future opportunities to scale up or replicate the program to impact a wider community – the entire City of Surrey, and across the Lower Mainland.

ADDRESS:
#206 – 5529-192 Street Surrey, BC V3S 9R9

Meet our Food Hub Team: (Name), Ava, Nicole and Wylie

JOIN OUR JOURNEY

The Sources Regional Food Hub support community food security and reduce the impacts of climate change. We provide education on food waste reduction, and opportunities for rescuing and redistributing food to our community.

The Hub enables food businesses and residents to rescue unsaleable food and redirect it to address community food insecurity while also reducing the significant greenhouse gas emissions otherwise caused by food waste.

With funding from the Walmart Foundation and United Way of the Lower Mainland, the Hub coordinates three projects: 

Thank you to our generous funder:

Thank You

This program is generously funded by the Walmart Foundation and United Way of the Lower Mainland

WHAT IS A FOOD HUB?

LAUNCHING IN FALL 2019, the Sources Food Hub was conceived as a centre for promoting food waste recovery through action, facilitation, and education.

We are a pilot project with funding from the Walmart Foundation. Our team of Hub-dedicated staff are currently developing a range of activities centred on reducing waste and redirecting good food to benefit families and other people in need in the Surrey area.

As the program develops, Hub staff are keeping an eye on future opportunities to scale up or replicate the program to impact a wider community – the entire City of Surrey, and across the Lower Mainland.

ADDRESS:
#206 – 5529-192 Street Surrey, BC V3S 9R9

Meet our Food Hub Team: (Name), Ava, Nicole and Wylie

JOIN OUR JOURNEY

The Sources Regional Food Hub support community food security and reduce the impacts of climate change. We provide education on food waste reduction, and opportunities for rescuing and redistributing food to our community.

The Hub enables food businesses and residents to rescue unsaleable food and redirect it to address community food insecurity while also reducing the significant greenhouse gas emissions otherwise caused by food waste.

With funding from the Walmart Foundation and United Way of the Lower Mainland, the Hub coordinates three projects: 

Thank you to our generous funder:

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