Surfing the Nations receiving
Pepsi products and other goodies.

River of Life Mission receiving raw frozen pastries donations from Aloha Harvest.

Interested in
Receiving Donations?

Aloha Harvest’s application process is open to any non-profit 501(c)(3) agency that services the hungry and homeless on O`ahu. Please follow the links below for more information. The completed application, agency release form and a copy of the agencies 501(c)(3) letter can be mailed to Aloha Harvest. A site visit to the agency will be scheduled following the receipt of all applications meeting the receiving criteria.


Current Agencies

To view a current list of approved agencies with Aloha Harvest, please following our link below.

All Agencies


Aloha Harvest currently delivers food to 169 agencies that help feed the hungry, needy and homeless. 60% provides food specifically to the homeless, those with special needs, women, or children and youth.  40% serves a mixed population that includes men, women, single families, the elderly, the homeless, and the mentally or physically disabled.  In the 2012, on a daily basis, Aloha Harvest helped these agencies feed over 69,388 individuals monthly: children/youth – 28%; women – 52%; needy – 100%; elderly – 20% and 91% of all agencies work with disabled (mentally, physically challenged or substance abuse).

Over the past couple years, these 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.


Agency Highlights

Surfing the Nations
Impacts local and international communities through the sport of surfing and selfless service by meeting needs and changing lives.
Jeremy Seick, Outreach Director
Ewa Beach United Mehtodist Church's Loaves & Fishes
Ewa Beach UMC's mission is to build a fellowship of Christian believers and share God's love with the community. Their foodbank ministry, Loaves & Fishes, feeds about 500 people a month!
Rev. Ponipasa Fifita, Associate Pastor

Makana O Ke Akua, Inc.
MOKA provides clean and sober living environment to men who want to make a positive change with their lives after prison as they transit back into their communities, work force and most importantly to their families.
John Dudoit, Jr, Director


Waikiki Health Center
WHC provides services for individuals and families who are homeless and hungry such as assistance in obtaining food, health care and behavioral health and social services.
Darlene Hein, Chief Community Service Officer




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