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Grantee - Tri-City Volunteers, Inc. - FY20-21

Tri-City Volunteers' (TCV) mission is to eliminate hunger and promote self-sufficiency in Alameda County by distributing food and providing volunteer opportunities to improve the quality of life for all. Grantee will purchase reusable totes to be used in three Mobile Food Pantry vans. These totes will allow TCV to reduce their waste footprint and create a more efficient storage and distribution system.

Grantee - Tri-City Health Center - FY20-21

Tri-City Health Center's (TCHC) mission is to deliver excellent health services in a caring, nurturing, and respectful atmosphere while improving the quality of life for every patient. Grantee will purchase a new refrigerator, reusable coolers, and reusable plastic bins to reduce the use of disposable transport packaging and also support the safe and efficient collection of surplus edible food for their Food Farmacy program.

Grantee - Fremont LEAF - FY20-21

Local Ecology and Agriculture Fremont brings people together to grow healthy, pesticide-free food and to learn about environmentally sustainable gardening and urban farming practices. SWEET graduates initiated this grant with two food waste reduction workshops, reaching over 70 people. Enlisted 20 attendees to do their own Fridge Reality Check and continue to post educational tips on food waste. Funds used to support multi-media tools for LEAF.

Grantee - Daily Bowl - FY20-21

Daily Bowl's mission is to recover blemished and excess produce destined for waste and rapidly redistribute to local agencies catering to our less fortunate and hungry community members. Funds will be used to glean produce and prepared food from commercial establishments, grocery stores, and eating establishments and distribute to local non-profit food pantries.

Grantee - Fremont LEAF - FY19-20

Local Ecology and Agriculture Fremont brings people together to grow healthy, pesticide-free food and to learn about environmentally sustainable gardening and urban farming practices SWEET graduates initiated this grant with a food waste reduction workshop attended by 70 people. Enlisted 20 attendees to do their own Fridge Reality Check and continue to post educational tips on food waste. A second workshop will take place fall 2019. Funds used to support multi-media tools for LEAF.

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