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For 40 years, Hawai‘i Foodbank has been synonymous with getting food in the hands of those in need. We believe that consistent access to safe and healthy food is a fundamental human right, and the Foodbank has been working to ensure that no one goes hungry in our communities for four decades now. Looking forward, we are working to broaden our reach by building capacity, strengthening support to our partner networks, pursuing advocacy and outreach opportunities, purchasing more food, and, most importantly, building connections.

1 in 6 Hawai‘i Residents

struggle with hunger – including a growing number of kūpuna and more than 70,000 keiki.

Hunger in Hawai‘i

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

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The People of Hawai‘i

are one ‘ohana. Hawai‘i 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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Land, Legacy and Food: Jesse’s Story

Meet Jesse Mikasobe-Keali‘inohomoku, who is serving the community that raised him by addressing social issues and providing access to food.
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What Does the Farm Bill Mean for Hawai‘i?

Food serves as more than just sustenance; it connects us to our roots, our land and our loved ones. It’s a thread that weaves through our cultures, memories and traditions, and is a beautiful way we share with one another in the warmth of community.
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Hawai‘i Foodbank Seeking Vendor for SFSP

In planning for the 2024 Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), Hawai‘i Foodbank is seeking proposals from qualified food vendors to provide weekly, shelf-stable, multi-day meal boxes food to eligible O‘ahu children and youth.
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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

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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