Arizona Gleaning & Food Recovery Organizations

All States Nationwide

Arizona Food Bank Network

Phoenix, AZ based nonprofit association working on the Arizona Statewide Gleaning Project, which gleans and distributes surplus food to food banks throughout the state. The website includes information for volunteers, food recipients, donors and others.

340 E Coronado Road, Ste 400, Phoenix, AZ 85004 Gleaning Type: On-farm, Food recovery, Urban Organization Type: Nonprofit

Baja Arizona Sustainable Agriculture

Baja Arizona Sustainable Agriculture (BASA) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3). Baja Arizona Sustainable Agriculture's mission is to create and expand local sustainable food systems in southern Arizona that promote the health and well-being of the natural world and the people who live here.

4569 S Burro Drive Gleaning Type: Residential, Farmers markets, Food recovery Organization Type: Nonprofit

Borderlands Food Bank

The food bank runs Produce On Wheels - With Out Waste (P.O.W.W.O.W.). The program disperses fresh produce to communities at churches, schools and other entities throughout Southern Arizona and the Metropolitan Tucson and Phoenix service areas. 10 million lbs. of fresh nutritional rescued produce annually are delivered to agency sites for distribution to supporters.

270 W Produce Row, Nogales, AZ 85621 Gleaning Type: Distribution, Food recovery Organization Type: Nonprofit, Paid staff

Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona

Tucson, AZ based nonprofit that organizes produce gleaning activities from local farms, homes, schools, and the University of Arizona. The website includes information for volunteers, donors and others.

3003 S Country Club Rd, Tucson, AZ 85713 Gleaning Type: Urban, On-farm, Residential, Food recovery Organization Type: Nonprofit

Cosechando Bienestar/Nogales “Little” Mercado Farmer’s Market

Cosechando Bienestar is a community-based collaborative effort connecting the people of Santa Cruz County to healthy, affordable, local foods. Mariposa Community Health Center, Nogales Community Development, Iskashitaa Refugee Network, and Seeds/Semillas Youth Group partner to create gleaning and economic opportunity, including the Nogales "Little" Mercado Farmer's Market, which operates every Friday on the corner of Court St. and Morley Ave. in downtown Nogales.

163 N Morley Ave, Nogales, AZ 85621 Gleaning Type: Food recovery, Distribution, Farmers markets Organization Type: Nonprofit

Iskashitaa Refugee Network

A Tucson, AZ-based nonprofit that integrates United Nations refugees into the community through strategic food-based programming like year-round gleaning, educating and identifying edible landscapes, food preservation classes, and cultural luncheons. Gleaned produce serves refugee families, food banks, and school meal programs.

3736 E. 2nd St, Tucson, AZ 85716 Gleaning Type: On-farm, Food recovery, Residential, Distribution Organization Type: Nonprofit