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Kaibosh provides food to community groups supporting those in need
Kaibosh collects quality surplus food from businesses
Donations keep Kaibosh running – just $20 can provide 20 meals.
Kaibosh has a dedicated team of volunteers who help us rescue food – join us!
This weekend, Wellington food rescue organisation Kaibosh kicks off Make a Meal in May, its annual fundraising appeal. The idea is simple – supporters make a meal with friends at home or work and donate what they would have spent on a meal out to Kaibosh.Continue Reading
Kaibosh has officially launched its Lower Hutt branch, hosting an event on Thursday evening to thank its many supporters for their contribution to getting the award-winning food rescue organisation’s second branch up and running.Continue Reading
Since launching Food Rescue Heroes in November 2015, Kaibosh has raised the funds to provide the equivalent of 5,500 meals to Wellingtonians in need. The Food Rescue Heroes supporters’ programme sees Kaibosh teaming up with popular local businesses that offer special deals to regular donors.Continue Reading