of food distributed
of carbon emission reduction
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 40 meals.
Kaibosh has a dedicated team of volunteers who help us rescue food – join us!
All about Kaibosh – our new video Keen to know more about Kaibosh and learn about food rescue? Check out our new video and meet some of our team. “We believe that good kai shouldn’t be wasted, especially when one in five Kiwi kids go hungry.” Globally, a third of all food produced is wasted from farm to fork. In New Zealand, billions of dollars worth of edible food ends up in landfills every year. “Since 2008, we’ve been working with local food businesses to rescue their quality surplus food.” Watch the full video to find out more!Continue Reading
Meet the Humans of Kaibosh – stories from the amazing people who contribute to our collective mahi! Tuesday’s A Team – six years of friendship and good mahi – by Louise Hammersley. Steve and Pete are Kaibosh’s longest serving Food Rescue Driver and Volunteer Support team. They both joined Kaibosh in 2017 just over a month apart, working together now for six years and counting, going all over Wellington City for the food rescue run. Come along for the ride and check out their story and video!Continue Reading