CIA 2014 Results
1st Place Video - Shawncy Cullen from, Ewa Makai Middle
1st Place Digital Photo - Ethan Frank, Kaiser High
1st Place Poetry - Talia McNamara, Kaiser High
1st Place Collage - Michelle Chang, Maryknoll School
Honorable Mention Middle School Drawing - Brooke Eiden, Kapolei
Middle 1st Place Middle School Drawing - Rose Garcia, Kapolei Middle
Honorable Mention High School Drawing - Samantha Mann, Radford High
1st Place High School Drawing - Brittany Kelly, Radford High
3rd Place Sculpture - Dezzi Synan, Kalani High
2nd Place Sculpture - Traci Urata, Kalani High
1st Place Sculpture - Jacob Ball, Kalani High
Photos will be up on Facebook soon!
Under 2 weeks left in our 3rd Annual Trick or Eat Food Drive! We have several schools/groups signed up who has been collecting canned goods during the month of October. Stay tuned to see which group won our Pizza Party! #TrickOrEat
Aloha Harvest does food drives all year long and you are welcome to have your group host one on your time. Call the office, (808) 537-6945 to make arrangements for our trucks to pick up your donations. A list of our most wanted items list is available for your use.
A celebration of Thanks will take place on November 5th at the Harbor View Center. Invitation only.
Aloha Harvest is honored to be the recipient again for Whole Food's Feed 4 More campaign this year. Shoppers will have a chance to make a donation at the register during November 1st - 30th.
RECENT FINANCIAL DONATIONS
- Aloha Petroleum for donating $3,821.50 from their canister fundraiser during the month of August.
- Glenn and Janice Fukuda for donating their car to Kokua in Kind LLC which raised $3,015 for Aloha Harvest.
- First Insurance Foundation donated $500 for our 15th Anniversary celebration coming up in November.
- Matson Foundation graciously donated $1,500 in support of what we do.
- Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation donated a mini grant of $3,000 to support our efforts.
- Kosasa Foundation awarded Aloha Harvest a $500 donation in addition to their grant of $5,000.
- Each month we have contributions from Mei Chun, Cedar Assembly of God, St. Elizabeth's Episcopal Church and Katherine Pahnka.
Compassion in Arts
BIG MAHALO to everyone who came out to our Exhibit & Awards Ceremony regardless of the Hurricane Ana approaching the islands. We couldn't have done this without the dedicated art teachers from 16 different schools, 100+ participating students, our awesome judges, businesses that donated towards our prizes, food and decoration, the staff of The ARTS at Marks Garage and our hard working volunteers!
PARTNER WITH US
BECOME A FOOD DONOR Since 1999, Aloha Harvest has distributed more than 13.3 MILLION POUNDS of food to feed Hawai'i's hungry. This year, we rescued over 1.2 million pounds from being thrown into our landfills.
"...Donating our leftover edibles to those who need it not only helps less fortunate people in community, but also keeps food out of the landfill - it's a win-win arrangement...."
Whole Foods Market Kailua
BECOME A RECIPIENT AGENCY We'll pick up your food donations that would otherwise go to waste and deliver it directly to one of our many social service agencies on O'ahu. PARTNERS
BECOME A VOLUNTEER Extra hands are always needed here at Aloha Harvest. Volunteers can always help to rescue food, help out in the office and assist at our special events. Join the Aloha Harvest team today by signing up here!
GOT FOOD? CAMPAIGN
This is our second year running our Got Food? Campaign which features local celebrities promoting the Aloha Harvest mission. You can spot our current one of Miss Aloha Hula 2014, Ke'alohilani Serrao, at Ala Moana Shopping Center and Kahala Mall Center.
Previous Got Food? Ads
Combined Federal Campaign
- CFC # 83771
- CFC Aloha United Way Designation #79610