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Food Assistance

Hawai‘i Foodbank is here to help you and your family.

With more than 200 agency partners across O‘ahu and Kaua‘i, Hawai‘i Foodbank is committed to providing safe food access to everyone who needs it. You may be eligible for federally-funded programs like The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), or your keiki may attend a school that provides one of our Food 4 Keiki School Pantries. Additionally, other food pantries and food distribution sites remain open across the state.

If you live on O‘ahu, use the interactive map below to find a food assistance program near you. Food Assistance handouts are also available for O‘ahu and Kaua‘i, as well as links to our partners on the neighbor islands.

O‘ahu Food Assistance Finder

Having trouble using our Food Assistance Finder? Look below to download our Food Assistance handouts for O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.

Food Pantry
Food
Pantry
Soup Kitchen
Soup
Kitchen
‘Ohana Produce Plus
ʻOhana
Produce Plus
School Pantry
School
Pantry
Senior Food Box
Senior
Food Box

Food Assistance Handouts for O‘ahu and Kaua‘i

Click below to download our Food Assistance handouts for Oʻahu and Kauaʻi. These print-friendly guides includes lists of operating food pantries, prepared meal service providers and ʻOhana Produce Plus distributions sites. Also included in our Oʻahu handout is a Homeless Help Card and Shelf Life Guidelines.

O‘ahu

Food Assistance Handout

O‘ahu Food Assistance

Hawaiʻi Foodbank has nearly 200 food partner agencies on O‘ahu. Use this handout to find helpful information regarding food distribution locations, areas of service, dates and hours of operation.

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Kaua‘i

Food Assistance Handout

Kaua‘i Food Assistance

Hawaiʻi Foodbank Kaua‘i has more than 30 food partner agencies. Use this handout to find helpful information regarding food distribution locations, areas of service, dates and hours of operation.

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Food Assistance Links for Maui County and Hawai‘i Island

Click below to visit the web sites for Food Assistance information for Maui County and Hawai‘i Island. 

Maui County

Food Assistance Information

Maui County Food Assistance

Maui Food Bank serves all of Maui County, including the rural areas of Hana, Moloka‘i, and Lana‘i. Find helpful information regarding food distribution locations, areas of service, dates and hours of operation by visiting their website.

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Hawai‘i Island

Food Assistance Information

Hawai'i Island Food Assistance

The Food Basket serves Hawai‘i Island. Find helpful information regarding food distribution locations, areas of service, dates and hours of operation by visiting their website.

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‘Ohana Produce Plus

Due to the severe weather impacting the state, Lighthouse Outreachʻs ʻOhana Produce Plus distribution for today, Feb. 17, has been cancelled.

Community People Ministries at Ewa Pu‘uloa District Park – Tuesday, Dec. 28

To find another food assistance opportunity near you, please visit:

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