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Because of our affiliation with Feeding America, we’re able to stretch your dollars further. A donation of $10 helps provide food for 25 meals.

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You're Essential!

Hawaii Foodbank’s mission is recognized as an essential service. This means that our volunteers are considered part of that essential workforce.

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Gather Food Virtually

Our new Virtual Food Drive allows you to donate some of our most-needed items — all from the comfort and safety of home.

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Emergency Food Assistance

Hawaii Foodbank’s network of more than 200 food partner agencies is available and ready to help.

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Hawaii Foodbank's
COVID-19 Response Efforts

Hawaii Foodbank has been monitoring the development of COVID-19 and taking proactive steps to protect those who rely on us.  As Hawaii’s leading hunger-relief organization, we are prepared to provide emergency food to members of our community impacted by the pandemic, as well as those already facing hunger every day.

1 in 6 Hawaii Residents

struggles with hunger – including a growing number of kūpuna and nearly 90,000 keiki.

Hunger in Hawaii

is evolving. It's affecting more and more members of our ‘ohana every day. Learn more about the facts and impact of hunger in Hawaii.

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The People of Hawaii

are one ‘ohana. Hawaii Foodbank provides food so that no one in our family goes hungry.

Nourishing Our ‘Ohana

is truly a collaborative effort. Donors, staff, volunteers and community members like you all play an important role.

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United. We. Stand.

Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. This year, it's more important than ever that we, as an organization, stand side-by-side with each other and the families we serve – remembering the guiding principles of the late civil rights leader who stood for equality, peace and unity within our communities.
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Food Connects Us

This year, it's a holiday season like no other. COVID-19 is forcing many people to rethink their holiday traditions. As most households are struggling to determine what a safe family gathering will look this year, thousands more are grappling with the realities of hunger for first time in their lives.
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Hawaii’s ‘Great Unifier’

I had the privilege of volunteering at one of Hawaii Foodbank's Pop-up Food Distributions. I wanted to do my part to give back to my community during this difficult time and was prepared for a long day of physical labor. What I wasn’t prepared for was what my community would give back to me.
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