Seeking legal ways to reduce unused food by local restaurants. Thinking of an unusual way to people to get involved.
What it does
Restaurant pays a daily charity host to list available reasonable meals on a web application. California Retail Food Code 113789(c)(3) states a “Food facility” does not include a nonprofit association that gives to its members (volunteer) and guests, and not to the general public, at an event that occurs not more than three days in any 90-day period. There are over 1,523 501(c)(3) organizations in the City and County of San Francisco. That equates to roughly four (4) different organizations a day that can inform its volunteers to receive a reasonable meals.
How we built it
PHP, MySQL, TomTom
Challenges we ran into
Integrating TomTom SDK
Accomplishments that we're proud of
Figuring out a realistic model that can actually work.
What we learned
The applicable laws and how the technology solution can be used.
What's next for Charity Food Directory Table
List on volunteermatch.org for volunteers to register their dietary habits and concerns so they can be available to eat the unused.