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February 15, 2019

Empty Bowl 2019

Empty Bowl Hawai`i is a unique event where hundreds of artists and chefs collaborate to support food security and end hunger. Each purchase to this unique event includes tickets to redeem soup, tasty bites, bread and a handmade bowl.

New this year, all attendees will receive 3 food tickets–each ticket is good for either a soup with bread or a select few stations featuring tasty bites.

In addition to food, guests will enjoy live music by Coyne Street, and can also place bids in a robust silent auction.

Select from thousands of beautiful bowls created by local potters and community members Each bowl is meant as a keepsake to remind us of the reality that each day someone goes hungry and a bowl is left empty.

November 19, 2018

Holiday Giving Food Drive

Want to do something that will make a direct impact on your community this holiday season? We’re partnering with schools, clubs and businesses to host their own Holiday Giving Food Drive to raise awareness about…

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October 4, 2018

Achieving New Milestones

Happy Summer! Just a few months ago, Aloha Harvest passed a significant milestone: since 1999 we have rescued over 10,000 tons of food to feed the hungry! In addition to feeding the hungry, this is also 10,000 tons of food removed from the waste management stream. We are proud of our work caring for the needy, reducing our dependence on imported food, and being good environmental stewards.

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October 4, 2018

`Iolani School’s Global Issues Network (GIN) Club

‘Since 2016, `Iolani School has worked together to create the ultimate #WasteLessFeedMore environment Nearly three years ago, `Iolani School’s student-run Global Issues Network (GIN) Club did NOT bite off more than it could chew. For…

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October 4, 2018

YouthBuild Waimanalo

YouthBuild Waimanalo began in Hawaii last year with a simple and immensely sensible mission:“Find at-risk folks between the ages of 16-24 and help them get a GED (General Equivalency Diploma), along with “teaching them construction…

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October 4, 2018

Laurel Tamayo

Meet Aloha Harvest Intern, Laurel Tamayo. Laurel is a sophomore at Chapman University studying Environment Science with a minor in Documentary Film. She has a passion for helping to save the environment and giving to…

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