Hole Food Rescue fights food waste and insecurity simultaneously by gathering excess edible food and distributing it to at-risk residents around Teton County. Since 2013, the organization’s volunteers have diverted over 1 million pounds of unsellable, yet still edible, food inventory destined for landfill to after-school programs, shelters and food pantries. Thanks to their efforts, local at-risk youth, families and seniors have more access to fresh produce and other nutritious, unprocessed food. Hole Food Rescue raises awareness around food waste and serves as an example of how communities can relocate surplus food to those who need it most.