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2.6 Millions Food Rescued and Distributed!

FOOD RESCUE IMPACTS

Since 2016, Scholars of Sustenance Foundation, the First Food Rescue Foundation in Thailand, has been unstoppably and successfully running the food rescue operations. It all started from SOS Bangkok in 2016, Phuket in 2019, and Hua Hin 2020 with its mission to evaluate and enhance the food industry value chain and food system to minimize needless loss of surplus food and improve access to nutritious food for all people. Check out these collective data turned into impressive and impactful numbers! 

Since 2016, data as of

June 2021

Meals Served to Communities

11,

9

0

0,

0

0

0

Meals
Amount of Food Rescued
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2,

6

2

7,

0

0

0

Kilograms
Providing Support to
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5

0

0+

Communities

Since 2016, data as of

June 2021

C02e Offset
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4,

9

8

0

Tons
C02e Emission by Cars reduced
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9,

8

9

0,

0

0

0

Kilometer Driven by
Average Car

1

C02e Sequestered by

8

0,

7

4

7

Trees Seedling

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT EQUIVALENT

Once the surplus food turns into food waste, it creates Green House Gases; Carbon Dioxides and Methane which affect the earth’s temperature and climate change. We have been preventing the food from being wasted in landfill, saving GHG emission while substantially providing supports to the communities. Here reports the numbers of environmental impact equivalencies from our operations performance since 2016. (Based on the calculation of the United States Environmental Protection Agency; https://www.epa.gov/energy/greenhouse-gas-equivalencies-calculator) 

KNOW OUR BENEFICIARIES

Prior to COVID-19, thousands of communities in Thailand were already economically and socially vulnerable. Amidst the pandemic, there are individuals who are most affected by the outbreak and at risk of being left behind even as recovery and development ensues – including women, the elderly and youth, those who work in small and medium enterprises, vulnerable groups such as persons with disabilities (PWDs), persons living with HIV, homeless persons, stateless individuals, migrant workers, or persons belonging to ethnic minorities.  Among the broad range of beneficiaries, we altogether have been supporting 500+ beneficiaries in low-income communities, homeless shelters, government facilities, partners NGOs, hospitals, and more since the start of our operation. 

Low-Income

Communities

Homeless Shelters

Governmental Shelters

Hospitals

Partnered NGOS