Master of Public Administration (MPA)
Public Policy and Leadership
First Committee Member
Number of Pages
With 48 million Americans currently struggling with hunger, addressing food insecurity in U.S. communities remains a persistent issue in need of a remedy. Conversely, food waste is the single largest material deposited in American landfills, with an estimated 70 billion pounds wasted annually. The recovery of this food waste, or “food rescue” in food banking jargon, offers an ideal solution to fight hunger in our communities. With Three Square Food Bank (Three Square) consistently seeking to increase food rescue and distribution in its efforts to eliminate hunger, the need to ensure operational effectiveness and efficiency through programmatic change and improvement is a constant driving force within the organization. This report provides an examination and evaluation of Three Square’s Food Rescue program in Southern Nevada.
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University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Caputo, Anna; Easter, Rich; Rosas, Rosa; and Sakurada, Mark, "Food Rescue Program Evaluation Three Square Food Bank" (2016). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 2839.
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