7 Getting 30 Digital Volunteers for #EmptyYourPlate program Batch #2____ Target date March 15, 2021
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SCHOLARS OF SUSTENANCE INDONESIA
YAYASAN DERMA ATAS PANGAN

Scholars of Sustenance Indonesia 

calls upon individuals, suppliers, restaurants, hotels, foundations, culinary professionals in Jakarta and Bali to get involved:

1) Tourists leaving Bali or Jakarta please consider donating your Surplus Foods suitable for human consumption.

2) Individuals with the ability can purchase nutritional goods at local retailers/markets to be distributed to people in need.

2) Hotels/restaurants/suppliers/ commercial outlets can donate Surplus Food stocks that can not be used or sold before expiration.

PLEASE HELP US HELP THEM!

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OUR STORY

SOS Indonesia (Yayasan Derma Atas Pangan) is a non profit organization that was established in 2016. The organization is based in Bali, an island known for its vibrant tourism industry. Specifically, SOS Indonesia operates in areas with a high concentration of hotels, including popular tourist spots such as Sanur, Kuta, Denpasar, and Legian.

 

The main focus of SOS Indonesia is to combat food waste and hunger by collecting surplus food from various sources. This includes partnering with hotels, supermarkets, bakeries, farms, and manufacturers to retrieve surplus food that might otherwise go to waste. We utilizes a range of transportation methods, including motor-cycle pickups and cooling trucks, to efficiently gather and distribute the collected food.

 

Given the traffic challenges in Bali, with a significant number of motorcycles on the streets, SOS Indonesia utilizes motor-cycle pickups in addition to other vehicles to navigate the traffic and effectively carry out their mission of rescuing surplus food and redistributing it to those in need.

In early 2023, we expanded our operations by opening a new branch in Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia. This strategic move was driven by our aim to broaden our reach and impact within the capital's diverse communities. By establishing a presence in Jakarta, we intend to forge partnerships with a wider array of companies that are based in the capital. This expansion presents an exciting opportunity for us to further our mission and collaborate with local businesses to make a meaningful difference in addressing food waste and hunger in this bustling metropolitan area. We look forward to the positive impact and growth this expansion will bring, enabling us to serve and support even more individuals and organizations in need.

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RECIPIENT MAP

4,772,622

TOTAL MEALS DISTRIBUTED TO JAKARTA, WEST JAVA, EAST JAVA, AND WEST NUSA TENGGARA

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