Reduce your impact on the environment by partnering TLFP with a CSR project that will make a real difference.

If your organisation is committed to contributing to the wellbeing of nearby communities or has a desire to tackle climate change by reducing the emissions that you can’t, consider partnering TLFP with a carbon offset project such as rescuing food, reducing waste, and providing health improvement and social benefits to impoverished communities. 

Below are some recent examples of how organisation’s have partnered TLFP in CSR initiatives.

If you would like to learn more about how your organisation can support The Lost Food Project and volunteer your time, please contact our CSR team at [email protected]


Neighbourhood institution, The Social Group, teamed up with Melissa Tan, a zero-waste advocate, TV host and Asia’s Next Top Model contestant, to launch a new and exclusive drinks menu to raise awareness of the global climate crisis. In support of The Lost Food Project, the list, entitled ‘We’re Endangered Too,’ highlights that climate change not only endangers life in our oceans and in the arctic, but humanity too.


The Lost Food Project Committee is a group of dedicated volunteers with management experience across a variety of industries as well as a passion for reducing food waste and eliminating hunger.


Did we mention how much we love our volunteers? Well, we do! 

TLFP is almost entirely operated by volunteers made up of a group of professional and dedicated individuals that we simply can’t do without.

Teachers, lawyers, CEOs, project managers, accountants, mums, dads, administrators, photographers, students – the list goes on. More than 70 volunteers help TLFP run effectively and efficiently.


Today’s heroes never work alone. It takes a village to run this organisation and The Lost Food Project relies heavily on the generosity and commitment of its corporate partners who are some of our most important food heroes.


With the cooperation and support of our food donors, The Lost Food Project is able to rescue tons of surplus food and other products from landfill and pass these on to our charity partners and Malaysia’s urban poor families, so the their precious funds can be used for other important resources like education and health.


The Lost Food Project rescues over 10 tonnes of surplus food each week and distributes this quality surplus food to over 55 charity partners. ​The Lost Food Project is dedicated to finding ‘lost food’ a new home with those in Malaysia who need it most. 


Donation of food and money keep The Lost Food Project running. Donate to a cause that feeds thousands everyday.


There are many creative ways that you could raise money to help The Lost Food Project continue our important work.


It doesn’t take a big commitment to make a big impact. We have an ever-growing dedicated team of food heroes.