Food Waste & Hunger Summit Updates!


The Food Waste & Hunger Summit is fast approaching! The 5th annual summit will be held at IUPUI in Indianapolis on March 24-25, 2018. The two-day conference brings together students, young professionals, and field experts from across the country to discuss complex issues related to hunger and food waste and exchange best practices in the movement towards a waste and hunger free world.

Find out more by heading to the Summit page.

Join us to unpack the triple bottom line of successful social ventures:

  • Expanding Equitable Access to Healthy Food
  • Creating Economic Opportunities and Meaningful Careers
  • Testing Innovative Solutions to Systemic Failures

We will explore why food waste and food insecurity continue to impact our communities, and we’ll highlight many of the leaders addressing these issues at various levels, from direct service to systems thinking.

This year’s Food Waste & Hunger Summit will feature several workshops, a film festival, and a diverse group of speakers and workshop facilitators. We look forward to hearing from field experts and up and coming innovators, including several Campus Kitchen student leaders, and diving deep into what we need to do to tackle hunger and food waste in this country.

Make sure you pre-register to be the first to know when registration opens! See you in March!

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