Non-profit launches food rescue program

Posted By: What’s Up Prince William

Not all heroes require capes. Some just need a cell phone and a vehicle. 

Action in Community Through Service (ACTS), in partnership with 412 Food Rescue and Imagine, has launched a Prince William Food Rescue program

Information about the it and the Dumfries non-profit was shared during a launch party that took place at the Hunger Prevention Center on Wednesday. 

For the program, ACTS has created the “Prince William Food Rescue Hero” app, which connects businesses that have food available and those in need of food.

Community members can download the app and sign up to transport food from donors to recipients.

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