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FeedBHM mobilizes volunteers in Birmingham, AL, who are dedicated to fighting hunger by rescuing food from local restaurants, grocers and cafes and curb food waste. We give that food to those who are experiencing food insecurity in Birmingham.

FeedBHM is the food rescue program of Grace Klein Community (“GKC”). GKC exists as an educational and charitable 501(c)3 non-profit providing relief to the poor, the distressed and the underprivileged; lessening community tensions; eliminating prejudice and discrimination; and combating community deterioration and juvenile delinquency.

GKC is now in its 13th year of providing support through food rescue, re-purposing and sharing to support food-insecure families in the Birmingham area. In 2021, we rescued over 1 million pounds of food. This rescued food would have been taken to landfills, but we are able to put that food in the hands of over 40,000 families in our community who need food assistance via 120+ partners and 6+ drive-thrus and pantries .

Our vision is to reallocate food waste to provide a solution for minimizing food insecurity in Birmingham!

It’s easy to help by joining our NEW Food Rescue App to find opportunities

Sign Up -> Find a Rescue -> Arrive -> Deliver

A testimony of hope from a Grace Klein Community Family helped by FeedBHM: