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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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Hawaii Foodbank's
COVID-19 Response Efforts

Hawaii Foodbank continues to monitor the outcomes of COVID-19, and we’re 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 more than 81,000 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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Hawaii Foodbank Volunteer Cari Nishimura-Burnett

Feed Our Fighters, Nourish Our ‘Ohana

For fitness professionals like Cari, COVID-19 was quickly proving to be the biggest disruption the industry had ever faced. Despite being idled, Cari and her team at UFC Gym in Waikele used the hardships to set in motion positive change.
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Hawaii Foodbank Volunteer Elijah Dacanay

Young, Willing and Grateful

When news spread that Hawaii Foodbank needed healthy and able volunteers, Elijah Dacanay did not hesitate to raise his hand and step in. Knowing his work schedule was about to open up, Elijah signed up to volunteer at the warehouse. And he hasn't looked back.
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Volunteering By the Numbers

I left the Pop-up Food Distribution full of gratitude and belief. Eight hours and 11,000 steps later, we packed 200,000 pounds of food in 8,000 bags for 4,000 households — incredible numbers that added up to one unforgettable, life-changing experience.
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