1. The Food Bank Juniors Club
Sort out food donations, place them in goodie bags for distribution and even be a school ambassador for issues like food wastage and hunger in Singapore. The Food Bank Juniors Club gives children aged five to 12 the chance to play an active role in bringing food items and meals to needy beneficiaries. They also organises educational tours for them to visit local farms and waste management facilities, to gain insight into where food comes from and the consequence of food wastage. The end game: to gets kids thinking twice about leaving that last morsel on the plate and increasing awareness of the need for prudent food consumption.
The Food Bank’s chief food officer and Generation T honouree Nichol Ng says, “The tiniest of hands can take the biggest actions towards reducing food wastage. Every little bit matters!”