Kaibosh rescues quality food that would otherwise end up in landfill and redistributes it to community groups supporting people in need.
Kaibosh Food Rescue is the Greater Wellington’s own food rescue organisation and the first of its kind in New Zealand.
Working seven days a week, Kaibosh rescues up to 25,000 kg of quality surplus food each month, and ensures that it reaches community groups that support vulnerable people.
By bringing together over 65 community groups, 40 regular food donors and over 200 dedicated volunteers, Kaibosh connects quality surplus food with those who need it most, benefiting both our community and our environment.
We prevent quality surplus food from being needlessly discarded into landfill, passing it on to community groups working with vulnerable people in the Wellington region.
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