Waimea Landslide Family Support

Previous Next On January 4, 2022 the landslide in Waimea, Kauai, left two dozen families stranded and without access to supplies and food after the bridge was damaged.  In partnership…

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HFA’s Community Support after Hurricane Iselle

In August 2014, HFA lead the first community response to the aftermath of hurricane Iselle striking Hawaii Island. While the hurricane was quickly downgraded to a tropical storm, thousands of…

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HFA Community Support During COVID

Throughout Hawaii’s response to the pandemic, HFA sponsored and lead a variety of community efforts and food distributions across the state. This video highlights just a few of HFA’s support…

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Hawaii Supply Chain & Recovery

HFA is honored to be featured in the third installment of Green Island Films Documentary on Climate Change. The first 36 minutes of the film showcases HFA’s role during Hawaii’s…

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HFA partners with Vibrant Hawaii’s Kaukau 4 Keiki program

Vibrant Hawaii launched a new food program, Kaukau 4 Keiki, as part of a multi-week initiative to feed thousands of children, providing each child with breakfast and lunch supplies. The…

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Feeding those in need with our non-profit partners

The Hawaiʻi Foodbank on Friday Dec. 11 partnered with the First Presbyterian Church of Honolulu to hold a food distribution event for 1,000 households affected by the coronavirus pandemic. View…

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Donating locally-grown potatoes and transportation during the pandemic
(from left to right): Ron Mizutani, president & CEO of Hawaiʻi Foodbank; Darren Strand, VP of agricultural outreach and business development at Mahi Pono; and Chad Buck, owner & CEO of Hawaiʻi Foodservice Alliance.

Donating locally-grown potatoes and transportation during the pandemic

Mahi Pono and HFA donate potatoes and transportation to bring locally-grown potatoes to Hawaiʻi residents during the pandemic. Mahi Pono, LLC, on Maui delivered a shipping container full of Maui-grown potatoes to the Hawaiʻi Foodbank on Friday.  Nearly 30,000 pounds of…

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