• Helping solve the national problem of waste as Kuwait is one of the top-ten countries worldwide in terms of per capita waste generation

  • Organic waste (most of which is food) accounts for up to 50% of waste and makes up more than 1 million tons per year and releases methane gas, a gas 25 times more toxic than carbon dioxide in releasing greenhouse emissions.

  • Landfills occupy more than 18 million square meters of state land (the equivalent of the area of Shameya, Dahiya Abdullah Al-Salem, Nuzha, Kifan, Al-Faiha, Mansouriya, Adailiya and Khalidiya)

  • Finding a suitable solution for Food & FMCG companies in terms of the disposal of excess food in terms of market demand.


  • Providing healthy food for families in need and wanting to serve those with limited incomes

  • Providing high quality food that the beneficiaries can not afford


  • Encourage the culture of preserving food and its blessing and rejecting the waste culture

  • Establish a culture of volunteering in society for all age groups, as it is a measure of the degree of community awareness and contribution to the advancement and development of individuals in societies.


  • Preserving millions of KDs worth of GDP that go directly to landfills


  • To implement the objectives of sustainable development goals (SDGs) in line with the vision of Kuwait 2035 and the country's development plan.

  • In line with the "One Humanitarian against Hunger" conference held under the patronage of the State of Kuwait and His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, who recommended working to raise awareness about the phenomenon of hunger, encourage humanitarian initiatives in this direction and provide all material support, the most important of which is: initiatives to reduce food waste, considering wasting food as one of the negative phenomena and behaviors that increase and spread of hunger.