Each new year, people embrace a newfound optimism in their ability to do better. Perhaps this year, we can incorporate resolutions that give back to our community as a whole. Here are three resolutions you can make this year that will help nourish our ‘ohana.
Amid the bustle of the holiday season, planning a family gathering can already be hard enough. The last thing we need to worry about is all the holiday leftovers. But, unfortunately, food waste this time of year can be a big problem.
For a lot of families, the holidays are of one those special occasions when several generations come together, talk story and gather around the dinner table. Here in Hawai‘i, though, the idea of seeing multiple generations under one roof isn’t reserved for just the holidays.
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.
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.
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.