Follow these steps towards becoming more environmentally conscious for your business.



Before considering throwing into the waste bin, think about who could still enjoy it. Do you have safe and delicious leftovers from a staff meal or a catered event? Put your excess to good use and help feed those in need in your community.
Some companies are scared of donating food because they aren’t sure what their protections are. Read through the Good Samaritan Law and learn how the law can protect you.

Luckily, there are plenty of organizations that will work with you to facilitate the donation and repurpose it for those in need. It's easy! Discover them below.


Food Redistribution

DSNY’s donateNYC Food Portal helps businesses and nonprofits donate food by facilitating efficient, appropriate donations to organizations that support their community. Donors post available food and an algorithm rapidly notifies the best-matched recipient organization that food is available.

44 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004

ReThink Food

Food redistribution

Rethink Food is a nonprofit whose mission is to create a more sustainable and equitable food system. During the pandemic Rethink Food launched Rethink Certified, a partnership program that provides grants and resources to local restaurants, so they can prepare community meals as a part of their daily operation.

75 Broad Street 7th Floor, Suite 707 New York, NY 10004


Food redistribution; Software / Tech

Replate is a national technology-driven nonprofit organization, which aims to reduce food waste produced by restaurants, caterers, food distributors, offices and other corporations by matching those businesses with local organizations in need of support, and directly delivering surplus food. Our patented algorithms enable us to identify food donors and locations, connect them with nearby food rescuers, and propose the most efficient path to distribute the food. To date, we operate in most major cities across the U.S., and have rescued nearly 3 million pounds of food.

90 43rd Street, Oakland, CA 94609

Too Good To Go

Food Redistribution App

Too Good To Go is the certified B-Corp and tech-for-good company powering the world’s #1 app for fighting food waste to create a greener planet. The Too Good To Go app connects consumers with surplus from local restaurants, bakeries, cafes and grocery stores at the end of each business day, so delicious food doesn’t go to waste.

394 Broadway, New York, NY 10013

Rescuing Leftover Cuisine

Food redistribution

Rescuing Leftover Cuisine is a national 501(c)3 non-profit food rescue organization, headquartered in New York City, that provides solutions to prevent food waste. Our services include scheduled and one-off pickups of excess food, delivery of food, and tax credit assistance.

25 Broadway, 12th Floor New York, New York 10004

The Bronx Community Foundation

Consulting; Law / Advocacy; Food Sovereignty Network

The Bronx Community Foundation is the first and only community Foundation in The Bronx. We support, work alongside, and uplift organizations already doing great work in The Bronx! Our Food Sovereignty Network supports existing organization in The Bronx including nonprofits, grassroots organizations, and/or small businesses continue to fight food insecurity in our community.

557 Grand Concourse, Suite 3, #125, Bronx, NY 10451

City Harvest

Food redistribution

City Harvest is NYC’s first and largest food rescue organization, helping to feed millions of New Yorkers each year. We rescue nutritious food and deliver it, free of charge, to hundreds of soup kitchens and food pantries across the city.

6 East 32nd Street, 5th Floor New York, NY 10016

Spoiler Alert

Food Redistribution, Education, Software / Tech

Spoiler Alert is a B2B software company helping CPG companies manage excess and slow-moving inventory. Spoiler Alert digitizes the liquidation process in order to maximize value recovery, strengthen customer relationships, and increase the effectiveness of supply chain managers tasked with handling these typically manual sales processes. 

200 Clarendon St 6th Floor, Boston, MA 02116

U.S. Hunger

Food redistribution

Over the last decade, U.S. Hunger has activated more than 800,000 volunteers to distribute over 150 million meals across the globe. We address hunger by engaging volunteers, educating on the root causes of food insecurity, and creating access to nutritious meals for low-income families and individuals.

830 S. Ronald Reagan Blvd., Ste. 142, Longwood, FL 32750