Food Recoveries

DateFri, Jun 7, 2024 from 11:00am to 12:15pm (MT)
Address3910 W CAMPUS DR., OGDEN, UT 84408
Meet by Einstein's in the Shepherd Union
Number of Registrants1 out of 2
Registration OpensJanuary 3, 2022 at 12:21pm
Registration ClosesJune 7, 2024 at 12:15pm or or when space runs out.
Event Description

📢Volunteer for a Food Recovery and receive a $15 Smith's gift card!💳💸💲

The Food Recovery Network here at Weber State donates surplus food from dining services to the Lantern House and Weber Cares Pantry. The Food Recovery Network has a lot of impact on not only waste, but also food insecurity within campus and the community. Over the course of the 2022 academic year, the Food Recovery Network recovered 1,810 lbs. of food, the equivalent of 1,500 meals, from the campus dining services that was donated to the Lantern House. 

As a volunteer, you will assist with packaging food for transport and loading the vehicle. 

Below are the following forms needed to participate in this event. Volunteers are unable to participate without filling out all 3 steps!

  1. Sign-up through Givepulse
  2. Fill out the Weber State Volunteer link here. You will be directed to a page with a drop down bar. Select "Sustainability Volunteer" and fill out the basic information that we will need in case of an emergency. This is required by the university and is necessary for participation. 
  3. Lastly, when you arrive at the event, there will be a photo release and waiver form for participants to sign.


  1. You can park at the Dee Event Center and ride the OGX to the Shepherd Union building for free
  2. You can park in W4 and W5 lots for free (only during the summer) or on Harrison Blvd and walk to the Shepherd Union building 

Email  or call/text 801-888-0642 if you have any questions!

* Food Recovery dates are subject to change and are dependent on the quantity of surplus food produced on campus on a given day.

Location: 3910 W CAMPUS DR., OGDEN, UT 84408
Meet by Einstein's in the Shepherd Union


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