Hospitality Expert and Entrepreneur Sean Rakidzich Partners with The Harvest Project Food Rescue to Provide Meals for Families in Need

Hospitality Expert and Entrepreneur Sean Rakidzich Partners with The Harvest Project Food Rescue to Provide Meals for Families in Need

The entrepreneur is welcoming his prospective neighbors to his new home while remaining altruistic to a cause he is passionate about

Short-term rental expert and entrepreneur Sean Rakidzich has announced a partnership with The Harvest Project Food Rescue to raise awareness and provide for local hungry families as part of his housewarming event, at The Victor, on Thursday, December 1, 2022.

Passionate about helping feed families in need, Rakidzich is bringing the party to him, literally. The entrepreneur, educator, and real estate innovator is greeting his new 343 neighbors in style at the 40-story and elegant The Victor. The property at Dallas’ popular Victory Park Skyline includes a range of one- and two-bedroom suites, as well as penthouses. Initially, his new home will serve as a gathering to bring awareness to food waste and insecurity.

“It’s exciting to start a new year in a beautiful space, with amazing neighbors and a worthy cause to get behind,” said Rakidzich. “We are going to make supporting hunger initiatives fun on Thursday. Food waste and insecurity has run rampant in our society and I look forward to creating an event where we can not only bring light to the issue, but also help the organization feed more families in need. The Harvest Project has provided for Dallas in spades.”

The Harvest Project Food Rescue was founded in 2014 and has since served numerous families via a food distribution program that makes produce both accessible and free of charge. Its founders, Danae Gutierrez and Luis Carillo, in conjunction with South Coast Produce Inc., redirect imperfect produce that grocery stores won’t allow and return them to underserved families. The mission for the non-profit organization is to conquer food waste and insecurity in rescuing surplus produce that would otherwise be bound for a landfill.

“We are helping our communities decolonize their respective diets to live a healthier life and promote a sustainable food system,” said Gutierrez. “We are dedicated to spearheading city policy and state laws to achieve food justice for all.”

Rakidzich, who currently hosts over 150 locations as part of his signature Airbnb Automated model, has garnered over $10 million in the real estate space despite having never owned a single property. The YouTube influencer, with over 228,000 followers, offers expert advice for free with weekly video installments for the novice, budding and even fellow Airbnb hosts.

Click HERE for more information about donating or volunteering to The Harvest Project Food Rescue or to check out Rakidzich’s lineup of Airbnb-related content, visit his YouTube channel.

About Sean Rakidzich

With over $10 million in revenue generated as an Airbnb host, Sean Rakidzich (previously of Airbnb Automated) is the leading expert, entrepreneur and influencer in short-term rental education and operations on the Internet. He will soon be expanding his teachings beyond Airbnb to include Peerspace, Turo, VRBO,, and more. For more information, please visit

About Harvest Project

The Harvest Project Food Rescue is a 501(c)3 Dallas, Texas-based non-profit that was created to fight food waste and insecurity. The organization is run and supported by volunteers. With the help of community partners, it distributes free, fresh produce baskets to hundreds of families each week. To donate or for more information, please visit 

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