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Disaster Relief Updates on Kauai and Oahu

Hawaii Foodbank is working to help in the emergency situations caused by the storms and other natural disasters on Oahu and Kauai.

On Kauai, in partnership with Walmart and Malama Kauai, we have already delivered 4 pallets of food and bottled water to Hanalei and Anahola areas and are preparing another delivery.

The best way to help with Kauai relief is with monetary donations noted for Kauai flood relief. If you are ON Kauai, non-perishable (ready to eat) food can be dropped off at our Hawaii Foodbank – Kauai Branch warehouse at 4241-A Hanahao Place in the Puhi Industrial Park, Lihue, HI 96766. If you are not residing in Kauai, please support flood relief efforts by making an online donation and designating your gift to "Kauai Disaster Relief"  or "Disaster Relief" on the form.

Food and donations raised on Kauai will be used for Kauai emergency relief.

On Oahu, Hawaii Foodbank is working with our member agencies to ensure that the families and individuals in the affected area have food and water as they work to recover from the damage caused by the storm.

Angel Network Charities, run by Calvary by the Sea Lutheran Church in Aina Haina, is Hawaii Foodbank’s largest food distributing agency in East Oahu. We are working to support their recovery.

To assist with East Oahu emergency relief, monetary donations can be sent to Hawaii Foodbank at 2611 Kilihau Street, Honolulu, HI 96819.

The emergency situation emphasizes the importance of the work Hawaii Foodbank and its network of agencies does to ensure that no one in Hawaii goes hungry. It is the reason that food drive is so important to make sure that our food bank warehouses are stocked with sufficient food to immediately respond in an emergency situation. On Kauai, we delivered the first emergency supply of food and water on Sunday, while it was still raining.

Make a Difference in Our Community

Top 5 Community Food Drives of April 2018

Ball Corporation
5,931 lbs.
BAE Systems
5,470 lbs.
Ala Moana Hotel
3,483 lbs.
Kapiolani Medical Center at Pali Momi
1,894 lbs.
HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union
1,663 lbs.

*July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018

In the News

Hawaii Foodbank City and County Food Drive Fill the Fire Truck 2018

4/21/18 - KITV4 Island News segment on the City's "Fill the Fire Truck" at Honolulu Hale for Hawaii Foodbank's Food Drive Day

KHON2 Hawaii Foodbank flood food drive 2018

4/18/18 - KHON2 News coverage on Food Drive Day & flood response on Oahu and Kauai

Pearl City Shopping Center Hawaii Foodbank Food Drive 2018

4/5/18 - MyPearlCity.com Take part in the 29th Annual Food Drive at Pearl City Shopping Center or at any of our other collection sites on Oahu and Kauai.

Hawaii Foodbank Kickoff Breakfast 2018 Sarah Gonsalves

1/25/18 - Hawaii News Now Sunrise with Sarah at Kickoff Breakfast

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