COVID-19 Community-backed Fundraisers
• Anchor Designs: "Thankful Gift Box"
100% of all proceeds from Anchor Designs specially curated “Thankful Gift Box” will be donated to Aloha Harvest, while supplies last! Retail price for all items would be over $125. A limited amount of boxes available for $59.00 (FREE SHIPPING TO UNITED STATES)
“Thankful Gift Box” includes:
Large Straw Tote carry items around town or to the beach. Zipper closure & slip pockets inside. Outer Material: Straw Inner Material: Thin polyester fabric Size: 17″ X 14″
Bamboo Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Tumbler has a Tea Infuser & Mesh Filter – Sleek and clean design you can take on the go! Keeps drinks HOT for up to 12 hours and COLD for a full 24 hours -*BPA Free & Leak Proof – 17oz
Floral Umbrella with automatic button closing, built-springs on 8-panel boning and strong grip handle 38″ wide when opened. Bright unique floral design
Hawaiian Natural Tea – Hibiscus Bliss, Caffeine Free, High antioxidants, Kosher certified, Gluten free, No added sugar and Contains vitamin C (8-bags) Made locally on the island
Lightweight 100% Organic Cotton Towel is great for soaking the sun outside or having a picnic seaside, can also be a thin wrap on chilly evenings. 100% Organic Cotton. Size : 66″ x 35″ inches
Puna Nomi Naturals Coconut Lip Balm SPF15 lip balm keeping your lips protected and moisturized with all natural ingredients. Made locally on the island
KY’s International Fabric face mask with 3-ply construction and soft elastic
Nani Island Luggage Tags Colorful teal and white hibiscus print on strong canvas fabric. Made locally on the island Size: 5″ X 3.5″
*Use the promo code FAMILY to receive $10 OFF when ordering directly on their website, using the button below. Free shipping for all U.S. orders.
• Fig & Ginger Honolulu: "Graze & Give"
For every monthly, seasonal menu item purchased, $1/box will be donated to Aloha Harvest.
• Kau Kau Box
When you purchase a Gourmet Events Hawai`i Kau Kau Box, Aloha Harvest will receive 10% of the proceeds! Gourmet Events Hawai`i created Kau Kau Boxes to provide fresh, wholesome food for Oahu’s community members who don’t have access to transportation and are working to make ends meet.
Kau Kau Box collaborates with Chef Thomas Naylor, founder of Ke Nui Kitchen, and Chef Chai Chaowasaree, founder of Chef Chai. In addition to chef-prepared meals, the boxes feature a variety of produce, meats, and fish that are locally sourced in an effort to support Hawai`i-owned businesses. The boxes are delivered to your door by Hawai`i’s seasoned hospitality professionals, all of whom are equipped with PPE. They’re also required to use sanitizer spray to wipe down the boxes and delivery vehicles.
*Note: In order for Aloha Harvest to receive 10% of the proceeds, you must click “BUY KAU KAU BOX NOW” via the yellow button above.
• Combined Federal Campaign
Aloha Harvest is participating in the Combined Federal Campaign fundraising program using the ID number 83771. All Federal employees and retirees (military, civilian, and USPS employees) around the world can donate to their favorite CFC participating charities between
Sept. 21 – Jan. 15, 2021.
Learn more and donate here: https://cfcgiving.opm.gov/welcome
Combined Federal Campaign is the world’s largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign, with almost 200 CFC campaigns throughout the country and overseas raising millions of dollars each year.
It is the only authorized fundraising program for charities allowed on federal premises. Pledges made by federal civilian, postal and military donors during the campaign will support eligible nonprofit orgs that provide health and human service benefits.
– This campaign is open to federal employees and retirees only
– Donations can be accepted in the online portal or through the CFS mobile app
– The campaign ends January 30th, 2020
– Donations will be dispersed rapidly to assist with funding during COVID-19
100% of the gift will go directly to Aloha Harvest
• First Hawaiian Bank’s Aloha For Hawaiʻi Campaign
We are grateful to be one of the nonprofits that will benefit from First Hawaiian Bank’s
$1 million Aloha For Hawaiʻi campaign.
Each time you support Oʻahu’s restaurant industry by ordering takeout or delivery using your FHB card, they will make a $1 donation to the Aloha for Hawaiʻi fund. This fund is supporting local nonprofits fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, including @alohaharvest, @cfshawaii, @hawaiimow, @hawaiifoodbank and more.
FHB will continue until they reach their goal of 1,000,000 takeout orders
and $1,000,000 for these selected nonprofits.
• Do Good. Be Kind
Do Good. Be Kind. is a company on a mission to spread positivity through uplifting and encouraging messaging.
They’ve recently launched a special edition “Together Tee” that “reminds us of our unity in the world and encourages brightness and joy.” They are donating $5 for every T-shirt sold to support Aloha Harvest , with a goal of raising $5,000 for our organization.
• Big Wave Risk Assessment Group
Big Wave Risk Assessment Group wants to help every surfer be as safe as possible in the line-up. Through ongoing training, resources, and events they work to educate surfers on the best practices to protect themselves and others in the waves.
In order to support our efforts during COVID-19, BWRAG is donating a portion of all sales from their Patagonia Capilene Performance shirt to Aloha Harvest.
Other Ways to Give
Shop on AmazonSmile? This is a simple way of giving back every time you shop, at absolutely no cost to you! The Amazon Smile Foundation donates 0.5% of the your purchases to Aloha Harvest. Please select us as your charity of choice. To learn more about AmazonSmile and start shopping, click below.
Kokua in Kind, LLC
Donate your vehicle to Kokua in Kind, LLC and choose Aloha Harvest as your charity of choice. They accept most cars, trucks, vans, motorcycles or boats. To learn more and submit a donation form, click below.
Hauʻoli Mau Loa Foundation is the major financial supporter of Aloha Harvest. We have been working hard to cultivate monetary support from the community to expand our financial base. Other sources of income have come from other foundations such as the Aloha United Way, Grant in Aid funding, Kosasa Foundation, First Hawaiian Bank, Bank of Hawaii, Combined Federal Campaign (#83771) and Lanie Albrecht Foundation. Your support will help us continue our work of feeding Hawaiʻi’s hungry.
To learn about more ways you can contribute, or to become a financial partner, click below and send us a message.