Our 3rd annual CIA competition will begin August 1, 2014, just as school resumes. Only open to middle school and high school students. The theme is compassion for the needy and homeless. Find more info here. Submission deadline is right before the 1st quarter ends, October 3, 2014. Click here for our guidelines and submission form.
Aloha Petroleum Canister Fundraiser
During the entire month of August, drop some extra change into donation canisters at any Aloha Island Mart convenience stores on O`ahu, Maui and the Big Island and selected Shell locations. Aloha Petroleum, Ltd will match donations to support our mission.
Trick-or-Eat Food Drive
Get your classroom or school club to join our 3rd annual Trick-or-Eat Food Drive! During the month of October, collect as much food from our most wanted items list for a chance to win a prize for your whole group! Our Aloha Harvest trucks will pick up your donations on Halloween to capture everyone's cool costumes! To sign up, please call the office 537-6945.
RECENT FINANCIAL DONATIONS
- Kosasa Foundation awarded Aloha Harvest a grant of $5,000.
- Comprehensive Health Management made a donation of $500.
- A 2-year grant of $37,500 each year has been granted by the First Hawaiian Bank Foundation.
- Lanie Albrecht Foundation awarded Aloha Harvest a grant of $25,000.
- Friends of Hawaii Charities, Inc. raised over $1 million dollar from the Sony Open in Hawaii for local charities and Aloha Harvest was gifted $7,000.
- Tommy Holmes Foundation granted Aloha Harvest $2,500.
- Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation donated a mini grant of $3,000 to support our efforts.
- Aloha Petroleum donated a mini grant of $10,000 to support our mission.
- Each month we have contributions from Mei Chun, Cedar Assembly of God, St. Elizabeth's Episcopal Church and Katherine Pahnka.
- Aloha United Way donated an additional $3,500 from their fundraising efforts.
- Hawaiian Electric Company contributes $20,000 to help support the mission of Aloha Harvest
- First Insurance Charitable donated $5,000 in addition to matching a $500 from their Associate Matching Gift Plan.
Brand It Blue Day
BIG MAHALO to Express Employment Professionals for selecting Aloha Harvest as their charity. Their efforts raised Aloha Harvest 600 pounds of non perishable foods and over $300!
Agency Fair & Food Drive
BIG MAHALO to every business that hosted a food drive that went to 11 of our partnering agencies from that day; to our steadfast volunteers from the Air Force; to our sponsors that donated towards our event; to Douglas Emmett Management for allowing us to share our mission in the heart of downtown!
Fill The Truck
BIG MAHALO to those Safeway shoppers that day who helped Aloha Harvest raise over 1,600 pounds of food AND over $1,700; to our dedicated volunteers from HIHO and the military; to Colliers Hawaii for allowing us to be there!
Whole Foods Market
BIG MAHALO to all the Whole Food shoppers at both the Kahala and Kailua locations during the holiday season last year who raised a grand total of $62,785.46 for the Feed 4 More campaign that supported Aloha Harvest!
Combined Federal Campaign
- CFC # 83771
- CFC Aloha United Way Designation #79610
PARTNER WITH US
BECOME A FOOD DONOR Since 1999, Aloha Harvest has distributed more than 12.7 MILLION POUNDS of food to feed Hawai'i's hungry. This year, we rescued over 1.2 millin 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, Jack Johnson, at Ala Moana Shopping Center and Kahala Mall Center.
Previous Got Food? Ads