FRN gets BUX

It’s always nice to see good empowered. Especially when that good is an organization run by young adults.

Yesterday, the youth-powered Food Recovery Network received a cool $150,000 grant from the Sodexo Foundation to redistribute edible but unsellable food to people who need it.

With this grant money, FRN will bring on full-time staff, provide grants to chapters and further solidify the organization. The college food recovery organization has chapters at more than 20 schools and has recovered more than 130,000 pounds since launching in 2011.

So just what does a Food Recovery Network chapter look like? Sort of like this:

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