our mission

We grow enough food to feed every person on Earth - yet, every year, 1/3 of that food goes to waste while millions of people go to bed hungry. The Farmlink Project is an innovative non-profit rescuing from the billions of pounds of fresh produce that would otherwise go to waste in order to feed people in need, reduce carbon emissions, and heal the planet.




We are a group of University students committed to alleviating the ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic. When our college campuses closed in March 2020 in response to COVID-19, many of us found ourselves back at home with the urge to make a positive impact wherever it was needed. The Farmlink Project was born when we saw the impact of food shortages, business closures, and lay-offs in each of our communities, and committed ourselves to making a positive difference. Our team comprises more than 100 students from Brown University, Stanford University, Cornell University, Georgetown University, Dartmouth College, The Harvard School of Business, The University of Southern California, Babson College, etc.

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our partners

We are proud to partner with our fiscal agent and advisor Food Finders (Tax ID#33-0412749), a 501c3 food rescue organization connecting donated perishable food to hundreds of nonprofit pantries and shelters throughout Southern California. We are also proud to team up with Uber Freight as part of their Move What Matters campaign to coordinate and transport food to those who need it most. We are grateful to work hand-in-hand with our partners and are excited for what more we can accomplish together.

The Farmlink Project is a not-for-profit grassroots movement that connects farms with food banks to feed thousands in need while supporting essential jobs.

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