Pop-up Food Distributions
Hawaii Foodbank is ramping up operations to keep food flowing to our highest-need communities.
In order to meet the growing need, we’re establishing new community partnerships, as well as working with our existing network of food partner agencies, to deploy new methods of food distribution. We’ve organized Pop-up Food Distributions across O‘ahu and Kaua‘i to provide emergency food, fresh produce, and other items to vulnerable households who have lost access to food due to COVID-19.
Currently, there are no Pop-up Food Distributions scheduled in May.
With more than 200 food partner agencies, our network makes Hawaii Foodbank the leading hunger-relief organization in the state. A variety of food assistance opportunities are available and ready to help. Visit the link below to find a food pantry, soup kitchen, ‘Ohana Produce Plus distribution or other opportunity near you.
Emergency Food Assistance
Hawaii Foodbank’s network of more than 200 food partner agencies is available and ready to help.
All recipients must adhere to the following Pop-up Food Distribution rules and regulations:
- A household is defined by an address and everyone who lives at that address.
- Multiple families and/or generations living under one roof will be counted as one (1) household.
- Upon completion of the registration form, a confirmation ticket will be sent via email to the email address provided.
- Upon arrival at the food distribution, each adult must present a printed or electronic version of their confirmation ticket.
- Each adult’s government-issued ID much match the name listed on their confirmation ticket.
- Food will be placed directly into the vehicle at each food distribution station.
- Driver and front passenger windows must be down, and all occupants must be wearing face coverings.
- No one will be permitted to exit their vehicles during the distribution.
Due to safety concerns, no walk-up recipients or bicyclists will be allowed.
- Our staff and volunteers will follow guidelines and protocols established by the City of Honolulu’s Department of Emergency Management, Department of Transportation Services and the Honolulu Police Department.
- Following guidelines and scheduling will help manage traffic and ensure the safety of those receiving food, volunteers and the surrounding communities.
- Service animals specifically trained to aid a person with a disability are permitted.