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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 more than 20 meals.

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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 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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Omer Ben Seadia

Operating with Compassion

When COVID-19 hit, many performing artists found themselves cut off from the human connection that their artistic livelihoods thrive upon. For opera director Omer Ben Seadia, however, the pandemic set the stage to connect with her community in an entirely new way.
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Hunger Action Month

No One Should Have to Choose to Go Hungry

Imagine having to make the choice between buying food for your family or other crucial needs. Due to Hawai‘i’s high cost of living, many hardworking residents are forced to do this. No one should be in the position to have to make a choice to go hungry.
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Erin Leake and Jaevyn Navarro

The Family That Volunteers Together

There's nothing quite like the bond between a mother and her son. For Erin Leake and her 14-year-old son Jaevyn Navarro, it's a bond that continues to inspire. The mother-son duo have been a staple at Hawai‘i Foodbank Kaua‘i volunteer events.
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