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Frats Against Food Waste Program Helps Fight Food Insecurity in Eugene, Ore.

Fraternity members in Eugene, Ore. are fighting against food waste and food insecurity with their new program.

February 9, 2024

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Fraternity members in Eugene, Ore. are fighting against food waste and food insecurity with their new program.

Frats Against Food Waste is a program started by Alpha Sigma Phi in Eugene. The Chef from the fraternity takes all of the group’s unused food, heats it up, and then members from the fraternity deliver the food to various homeless shelters in the area. Jackson Gurule and Sammy Aronoff founded Food Against Food Waste.

"More than 44 million Americans are food insecure, which is 1 in every 8 households,” said Aronoff. “And I think that with fraternities being almost 17% of, you know, campus involvement at the University of Oregon, it's… a big part of the community that can make a difference as well."

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