My initial approach very rapidly proved to be a colossal undertaking requiring capital investment. I had a single catering company that was donating several hundred pounds of food daily. So I went from distributing food one at a time under highway overpasses to passing along the recovered food to partners who had efﬁciencies of scale, removing a large burden. I realized that if I was to make a meaningful lasting impact I had to do more, both to help charities and my food recovery program.
I saw that so many people want to help others, but don’t know where to start. I developed X1 with the idea that the technology and mobile application can be used, under any name, to help people tackle hunger and food waste at their local level. The X1 platform empowers communities to take alleviating hunger and reducing food waste into their own helping hands.
Through X1, I aim to provide the technological resources and scientific processes necessary to make philanthropy doable and effective for anyone. Currently, I am in the process of transforming X1 into an education academy for extraordinary children.