Feeding the 5000 LA
Date(s) - 04/May/2017
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Feeding the 5000 is proud to be part of the Los Angeles Food Bowl festival!
Join us on May 4 in Downtown LA, Pershing Square, for a delicious feast made entirely from fresh, top quality produce that would otherwise have gone to waste.
There’s no shortage of fabulous food in Los Angeles. Yet every year millions of tons of it is wasted, at huge cost to our planet. Come dine with your colleagues, friends and family and learn how LA can act to take food waste off the menu.
In addition to the free lunch, there will be a variety of personalities and activities on the day, including top chefs such as Monica May from the Nickel Diner. We will have cooking demonstrations, interactive quizzes, stalls featuring fun workshops from local experts creating change and much, much more. We’re encouraging everyone, everywhere to get involved and take food waste off the menu.
Want to get involved?
Help make the event happen, We need volunteers in the run-up to the event and on the day itself, please sign up below.
Join us at the Disco Chop on May 2nd – a food prep / chopping party where we (safely) combine knives and a DJ! (And possibly even disco balls!)
Hashtags: #zerowasteLA #foodwaste #offthemenu #f5kUSA
Jessica Sinclair Taylor – [email protected]
+44 7787826709 (timezone: GMT)
Ciara Low – [email protected]
+1 401 601 5249 (timezone: MTZ)
Can you commit a few hours? Help make the event happen!
Our amazing partners
Hosted by Feedback with support from The Rockefeller Foundation. The meal will be prepared by LA Kitchen using recovered produce sourced by Food Forward, and the event is produced and promoted with the help and collaboration of organisations fighting food waste and hunger across the city including LA Food Policy Council, Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Food Finders, Kiss the Ground, Waste Not Want Not Now, Hunger Action Los Angeles, So Cal 350, Fallen Fruit, Tree People, St. Francis Center, L.A. Compost, Downtown Women’s Center, Don’t Waste L.A., Alma Backyard Farms, Swipe Out Hunger LA, Council member Jose Huizar and Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority: LAHSA.