Every day, a significant amount of food goes to waste, while many in our community face challenges in putting meals on their tables.
Our fridge restock initiative aims to tackle food waste head-on while ensuring that fresh, healthy options of fruits and vegetables are accessible to those who need them most.
Every week, we fill community fridges in neighbourhoods across Singapore with imperfect edibles that we rescue from our stores.
Come be a part of our community to help reduce food waste and feed the community!
Volunteer in the Food Rescue
Join the community of volunteers to deliver and restock these fridges with imperfect but edible fruits and vegetables from the nearest FairPrice store.
Get in touch with the RCs who own the community fridges listed below to volunteer.
Participate in Food Rescue and Distribution Days
Join fellow residents in handpicking from a range of fruits and vegetables to promote sustainability and reduce food waste. Share them with your loved ones and friends!
List of Community Fridges Restocked by NTUC FairPrice Stores
Volunteers of the Residents' Corner
Blk 702 Bedok Reservoir Rd , Singapore 470702
Ping An Green RC
Blk 43 Chai Chee, Singapore 461043
Ping An RC
Blk 61 Chai Chee Road, Singapore 460061
Tampines Changkat RC
Blk 117 Tampines St 11, Singapore 521117
Bishan East Zone 1 RC
Blk 112 Bishan St 12, Singapore 570112
Bishan East Zone 5 RC
Blk 145 Bishan St 11, Singapore 570145
Queenstown Stirling Road View Zone RC
Blk 166 Stirling Road, Singapore 140166
Boon Lay Zone D RC
Blk 189 Boon Lay Drive, Singapore 640189
Punggol Family Service Centre
Blk 618B Punggol Drive, Singapore 822618
Sembawang West Zone E RC
Blk 718 Woodlands Ave 6, Singapore 730718
The community fridge restock initiative is a community engagement programme that aims to rescue imperfect edibles to reduce food waste and ensure that fruit and vegetable options are always accessible and available for the community.
We partner with volunteers in community groups and RCs around Singapore, to restock community fridges on a weekly basis.
Beneficiaries of this initiative come from all walks of life including a majority of elderly residents and people from lower income groups.
With the exception of the Marine Terrace community fridge, we do not own and manage the other community fridges. The community fridges are maintained by different community groups including the Residents’ Committees or other volunteer networks. We collaborate closely with these community fridge champions to restock the fridges with fruits and vegetables for the community.
We ensure that all fruits and vegetables rescued meet safety and quality standards for consumption. While they may not meet aesthetic standards, they are still nutritious and good for consumption.
Proper cooking and handling of the food before consumption can further guarantee the safety of consuming these imperfect edibles.
While some community fridges welcome public contributions, every community fridge has specific guidelines in place. We recommend reaching out to the community fridge owners for more information for contributing to its cause.
Have any questions or are looking for ways to collaborate?
Please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.