Maple Living is excited to share that we have joined forces with SecondBite, a remarkable food rescue organisation committed to ensuring that good food reaches those who need it most. Our new partnership is set to make a real difference in the lives of our fellow Australians, and we couldn’t be prouder.
SecondBite is one of Australia’s largest food rescue organisations with a powerful vision; to combat food waste and hunger in Australia. They work with food growers, manufacturers, and retailers to rescue surplus and unsold edible food that would otherwise be wasted in landfill.
The rescued food is distributed to over 1,400 community food programs across Australia including local charities and non-profits to support people in need.
Since 2005, SecondBite has had an astonishing impact on the community, rescuing and distributing the equivalent of over 100 million meals to those in need.
MAPLE LIVING’S COMMITMENT
With each home built, Maple Living will donate the equivalent of 200 meals to SecondBite’s network of food programs. This means that every new homeowner will not only be investing in their future but also directly contributing to reducing food waste and supporting their fellow Australians facing food hardships.
We believe that every Australian deserves access to nutritious food, and we’re dedicated to making that a reality.
WHY THIS PARTNERSHIP MATTER
Maple Living’s partnership with SecondBite represents more than just a collaboration; it’s a commitment to making a meaningful impact in our communities.
By supporting SecondBite, we’re actively participating in reducing food waste and supporting those who might otherwise go to bed hungry.
It’s a tangible way to give back to the community and a step towards a brighter, more equitable future.
We invite you to join us on this journey, as together we build homes, reduce food waste, and support our fellow Australians in their times of need. With your support, we can build not only houses but also a stronger, more compassionate community for all.
To learn more about SecondBite, visit: www.secondbite.org