A Community Problem Solving Project
in Coordination with Second Servings and the Houston Health Department
end food waste.
eliminate food deserts.
What We Do
We're on a mission to lessen food inequality and its negative effects
End Food Waste
40% of total food is wasted
We collect excess food from places including Trader Joes, Slow Dough, and Bread Man with the help of Second Servings that otherwise would have been thrown away.
Since 2018, across our fifteen market events, we have collected distributed over 9,000 pounds of food. Our donations range from fresh fruits and vegetables to baked goods to packaged meats.
Eliminate Food Deserts
1 in 5 people are food insecure
We distribute food to multi-service centers in neighborhood that qualify as food deserts. (Food Deserts = areas that lack Grocery Stores with Healthy Food Options)
Currently, we have expanded to two locations: the Sunnyside Multi-service center and the Kashmere Multi-service center. In total we helped deliver food to nearly 1,250 Houstonians!
Delivering food to Low-Income Senior Residents
This pandemic has rendered many populations extremely vulnerable and we are there to help them.
Go to the COVID-19 Support tab to learn more about how we are providing for the community!
(The navigation bar is at the top of the page)
Saturday, Apr. 18
The Redford Apartments
(1221 Redford St, Houston, TX 77034)
9:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Saturday, May. 16
Sunnyside Multi-Service Center
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Who We Are
Bellaire Future Problem Solvers Club
Second Servings, Houston Health Department, Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, United Way, Slow Dough, Bread Man, Houston CPA Society, Houston Public Library, Impact
Our Official FPS Team
Zaid Ali, Miles Mackenzie, Justin Cothran, Safia Khan, Amiel Katz, Annie Zhu, Shirley Zhu, Serena Hou, Angela Ling, David Tang