Attendees sample rescued food.Past Events

Food for Thought

Food for Thought is a series of experiences featuring samples of rescued foods transformed by local chefs, along with thought-provoking messages on food waste and our environment. Each event is hosted in a unique location by a Saving Grace Perishable Food Rescue partner. The first Food for Thought event was July 22 at Eat Fit…

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The Great Food Makeover Media Coverage

KETV-7, Alex Alecci’s article, Saving Grace collects left-overs for Turner Park event Saturday. Watch the Oct. 7 news segment. KETV-7, Julie Cornell’s article, Non-profit works to distribute food that would otherwise go to waste. Watch the news segment. Omaha World-Herald, Tess Williams’ article, Imperfect produce will be key ingredient at fundraiser to raise awareness of food…

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Award Recognizes Saving Grace for Excellence in Innovation

Saving Grace Perishable Food Rescue was one of 21 organizations recognized at this year’s Greater Omaha Chamber Business Excellence Awards reception Tuesday. “We were aiming to recognize critical components of business success and show the positive impact area businesses have on our community,” said Greater Omaha Chamber President and CEO David G. Brown. Saving Grace…

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Feeding the 5000 Media Coverage

Omaha World-Herald, Erin Grace’s column,  Nonprofit redirects food destined for landfill into hands of those who need it, October 5, 2015. Read the article. WOWT coverage of Feeding the 5000 event, October 4, 2015. Watch the news segment. Nebraska City News-Press, Collecting Apples to Feed 5000, October 5, 2015. Read the article. Interview on Grow…

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Past Events

Feeding the 5000 Omaha – October 2015

Omaha became only the third U.S. city to host a Feeding 5000 event to shine a light on food waste when Saving Grace Perishable Food Rescue, along with the London-based organization Feedback, brought the global campaign to Nebraska on October 4, 2015. Local chefs prepared 190 gallons of a hearty autumn soup that was served…

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