St. Michael's Outreach in the North Shore holds their food distribution on Mondays. Pictured above is our Driver Helper, Sini Pepa, making a drop off.

Pastor Virgil Amorosa (left) of Ohana, Family of the Living God in Hau'ula does outreach all over O'ahu. In Sept 2017, he teamed up with Dive for Hope to provide fresh fish to those in need.

 

Become an Agency

Aloha Harvest’s application process is open to any non-profit 501(c)(3) agency that services the hungry and homeless on O`ahu. See our Agency Receiving Criteria for more information.

Complete our Agency Application and Agency Release Statement and submit it with a copy of your 501(c)(3) letter. You can be send it by mail, fax or email brianna@alohaharvest.org.

A site visit to the agency will be scheduled following the receipt of all applications meeting the receiving criteria. For further questions please call (808) 537-6945.


Agency Partners

Over the past couple years, these social service agencies have seen their numbers double and some even tripled! With more people needing food assistance, the food donations we receive is going out faster than the agencies can keep up with, which means donations from Aloha Harvest are in greater demand.

Aloha Harvest currently delivers food to over 170 agencies that help feed the hungry, needy and homeless. Aloha Harvest serves over 60,000 individuals:

* 65% challenged with mental illness, substance abuse or physical and/or mental disabilities;

* 62% Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders;

* 24% children, 19% seniors;

* 44% homeless; and

* 25% unemployed

The social service agencies we partner with daily consist of: 55 food pantries and hote meal programs; 26 transitional homes; 24 housing programs; 19 shelters; 15 youth programs; and 38 other agencies that serve vulnerable individuals.


Current Agencies

 

                      Testimonials

Honolulu Community Action Program, Inc.
Annually, HCAP provides food to approximately 1,080 low income individuals or families in need of support.


Tehani Diaz, Director of Community Services

 

 

St. Elizabeth Episcopal Church.
Every week, St. Elizabeth's outreach has been a beacon of hope to approximately 60 low income individuals in need.


Karyn Castro, Parish Administrator

 

Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii
BBBSH creates life-changing friendships for keiki and volunteers through mentoring.


Nate Fong, Program Events Coordinator / Community Liaison