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Thanks to these community partners, you can make a difference just by attending, shopping, dining out and more.

Together, with our partners, we can achieve our mission to nourish our ‘ohana today and end hunger tomorrow.  On behalf of the communities we serve, mahalo to our promotional partners that are committed to ensuring that no one in our ʻohana goes hungry. Check out these current promotions in our community where money raised goes back to Hawai‘i Foodbank and the people we serve.

UTme! by UNIQLO Hawai‘i

Through Nov. 3

Featuring local artists and organizations, UTme! by UNIQLO allows customers to design and print their own custom T-shirts and tote bags with a portion of the proceeds going to Hawai‘i Foodbank. Since UTme! launched, UNIQLO has contributed hundreds of thousands of meals to help nourish our ‘ohana. Pick out your favorites from Chibi Usagi, Jasper Wong, Zippy’s, Meadow Gold and more – or customize your own!

Feeding America Partner Promotions

Ongoing

Hawai‘i Foodbank is a certified partner of Feeding America — the nation’s largest hunger-relief organization, encompassing a network of 200 food banks across the United States. Feeding America partners with companies on engaging campaigns to raise awareness of hunger and provide financial support to help those in need. Check out these Feeding America partner promotions that support Hawai‘i Foodbank’s local initiatives.

Foodland's Project Keiki

April 1–30

Project Keiki supports the efforts of the food banks statewide to provide nutritious snacks and meals to Hawaii’s children when school is not in session. During the month of April, you can participate in Foodland’s new community program, Project Keiki by rounding up your purchase at checkout, donating your change, donating 250 Maikaʻi points to equal a $5 donation, or purchasing a pin or set of pins in support of Foodland’s Project Keiki. 

Fight Hunger. Spark Change.

April 1–29

The 11th annual Walmart and Sam’s Club Fight Hunger. Spark Change. campaign will run in stores, clubs and online from April 1 to 29. There are three easy ways for customers and members to participate to support their local food bank: purchase participating products in store or online, donate at check-out in stores or clubs, or donate at Feeding America’s Fight Hunger. Spark Change. campaign site.

Waikīkī SPAM JAM® 20th Anniversary

April 27

Through Waikīkī SPAM JAM’s combined support over the last 20 years, Hawai‘i Foodbank has provided food for nearly 1 million meals — with more to come this year. We are incredibly grateful for SPAM JAM, the SJ Foundation, Hormel, all the SPAM JAM vendors and participating restaurants, and the generous support from our community. Please join us on April 27, as we celebrate SPAM JAM®’s 20th anniversary together.

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Aloha Canister Collection

March 1 – April 30

Drop your spare change in canisters at Aloha Island Mart across the state to support Hawai‘i Foodbank during the months of March and April. Funds raised through Aloha’s ongoing canister collection program at statewide participating Aloha Island Mart stores will benefit our statewide ‘ohana of food banks – staying where they are collected to support each island’s respective food bank. For a complete list of locations, click here.

Want to Become a Corporate Partner?

Reach out today if you are interested in becoming a corporate partner! For more information, please contact our corporate relations team at corporaterelations@hawaiifoodbank.org or 808-954-7888, and get started by filling out the Corporate Partnership Inquiry Form below:

Federal Poverty Guidelines

Household Size
200% Monthly Gross Income (BBCE Household)
130% Monthly Gross Income (Regular Household)
100% Monthly Net Income
1
$2,606
$1,694
$1,303
2
$3,510
$2,282
$1,755
3
$4,416
$2,870
$2,208
4
$5,320
$3,458
$2,660
5
$6,226
$4,047
$3,113
6
$7,130
$4,635
$3,565
7
$8,036
$5,223
$4,018
8
$8,940
$5,811
$4,470
9
$9,846
$6,400
$4,923
10
$10,752
$6,989
$5,376
11
$11,658
$7,578
$5,829
12
$12,564
$8,167
$6,282
13
$13,470
$8,756
$6,735
14
$14,376
$9,345
$7,188
15
$15,282
$9,934
$7,641
16
$906
$589
$453

Note: 200% BBCE Monthly Gross Income (MGI) is based on 100% SNAP Federal Poverty Level (FPL)
BBCE – Broad-based Categorical Eligibility

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Federal Poverty Guidelines

Household Size
200% Monthly Gross Income
(BBCE Household)
130% Monthly Gross Income
(Regular Household)
100% Monthly Net Income
1
$2,606
$1,694
$1,303
2
$3,510
$2,282
$1,755
3
$4,416
$2,870
$2,208
4
$5,320
$3,458
$2,660
5
$6,226
$4,047
$3,113
6
$7,130
$4,635
$3,565
7
$8,036
$5,223
$4,018
8
$8,940
$5,811
$4,470
9
$9,846
$6,400
$4,923
10
$10,752
$6,989
$5,376
11
$11,658
$7,578
$5,829
12
$12,564
$8,167
$6,282
13
$13,470
$8,756
$6,735
14
$14,376
$9,345
$7,188
15
$15,282
$9,934
$7,641
16
$906
$589
$453

Note: 200% BBCE Monthly Gross Income (MGI) is based on 100% SNAP Federal Poverty Level (FPL)
BBCE – Broad-based Categorical Eligibility