For food donors
- A quick & easy way to stop wasting food on your business and help others
- Turns waste into a passive revenue stream through tax credits
- Demonstrates social responsibility that increases consumer trust and loyalty
- A one-stop solution to finding and coordinating food donations
- Huge savings for organizations that distribute food to charity
- Demonstrates responsible spending to donors and stakeholders
- Significant social-economic and environmental impact
Step 1 - Onboarding
Step 2 - Matching
FoodChain users can find each other by location, availability, amount or type of food. Getters can subscribe for updates from specific Givers and get free food on a first-come-first-served basis. Givers can approach specific Getters or prioritize them according to their preferences, for example, if there’s a particular cause they want to support.
Step 3 - Reporting
FoodChain calculates the value of donations and generates receipts which qualify Givers for tax credits.
Documentation and user feedback are collected and added to the user profiles to give them the recognition they deserve, demonstrating social solidarity in the most transparent way possible.
Did You Know?
Aligns With the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals
End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
FoodChain was born in Jerusalem in fall 2020. In between the lockdowns, we were fortunate to take part in an offline Arab-Jewish hackathon led by Together&Beyond, where we first teamed up. We ended up winning first place and used our award to build a prototype.
To continue this momentum, we joined the 50:50 Startups accelerator where we got acquainted with people and ideas that helped us focus on what matters. After winning the demo day competition, we received another grant to fund our MVP.
Nowadays, we are working with Google for Startups Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Program and with AtoBe Entrepreneurship Center to further develop our platform. We are looking for funding opportunities as well as partnerships and collaborations with any organization that wants to get involved.
Who We Are
Ditsa Keren, CEO
Journalist & entrepreneur with over 10 years of experience in tech & digital marketing
Yousef Aweidah, COO
Stock broker, business and finance graduate from Bir-Zeit University
Co-founder CEO of NickNack, Now Senior Director Of Strategic Partnerships at Papaya Global
Chairman of the board at Leading Edge Consultants