Since February, we’ve been giving out groceries in a parking lot that was once submerged in floodwater. The Waverly community has been helping us reclaim that space as one of resilience, not one of destruction.
Annette is a loyal friend and excellent team wrangler. Depending on the time of day, you might find her organizing meetings and events or kicking back at Mojo’s Tacos.
Scott, our Director of Operations, is always ready to crack a joke, but on the inside, he’s really just a big softie.
We spoke with Metro Nashville Public Schools Executive Director of Nutrition Services, Spencer Taylor, about some tips and tricks to make eating on a budget a little easier when you’re pressed for time.
Elaine Whitney is all about people. She wears a lot of different hats at OneGenAway, but on top of everything else, she makes it her responsibility to ensure everyone she interacts with feels loved, valued, and supported.
Chris is the kind of person who strives to do the right thing no matter what others think or how insurmountable the task may seem.
Wasting food is expensive. Think about it; you’re not only losing opportunity cost.
We rescue food six days a week from grocery stores, restaurants, farms, and caterers. But why does the food need rescuing?
Patchwork Nashville creates restaurant-inspired meals for our neighbors experiencing food insecurity
“We think of food not only as nourishment, but a way to show love and a way for people to feel dignity,” said Ben, one of the founders of Patchwork Nashville.