Project X-pired is back this year with an exciting twist!
Project X-pired was launched in 2012 with the aim to increase the awareness of food wastage in Singapore by collaborating with local artists to transform expired food into works of art.
The art pieces are showcased and auctioned off to the public to raise funds. This year’s theme is wearable fashion, and we are proud to have Tampines 1 as the venue sponsor for Project X-pired III on October 22 and 23.
The third iteration of Project X-pired remains rooted in FBSG’s main mission: To eliminate hunger and reduce food wastage by redistributing excess food to those in need.
In 2015 the National Environmental Agency reported that Singaporeans wasted 785,500 tonnes of food, but only 13% of these are recycled.
Simultaneously, 387,000 Singaporean families are unsure whether or not they will have food at every meal each day.
We invite you to join us for a weekend on 22 and 23 October at Tampines 1 to learn more about food wastage issues in Singapore and how you can be a part of this fun-fuelled jamboree!
Register here now!