Art Installation at Food Lifeline

Founded in 1979, Food Lifeline is a nonprofit organization that comes up with creative solutions to stopping hunger including redirecting good food from manufacturers, farmers, grocery stores and restaurants that might otherwise go to waste. According to Food Lifeline, they believe hunger is a logistics problem; 40% of the food industry's surpluses is still good food but it often goes to waste. Food Lifeline connects this surplus of food to their network of food programs. In their new office in Seattle, Washington artist Chris Pfeifle did an art installation using wooden crates. One hundred and seventy crates were used to create the art installation and the result is just as grand as Food Lifeline's mission. For more information on how you can help join the fight against hunger please visit