Non Profit Spotlight: Aloha Harvest

If you’re a food establishment that has quality excess food to donate please consider partnering with Aloha Harvest, our local food rescue program. Aloha Harvest is a non-profit organization that rescues quality, donated food and delivers it free of charge to social service agencies feeding the hungry in Hawai‘i. Aloha Harvest has collected and distributed over 15 million pounds of food, which now includes quality perishable and non-perishable foods, as well as beverages. The food has been donated by over 875 participating donors, of which 280 are currently active, such as restaurants, caterers, government facilities, hotels, food distributors,
businesses and others.

Your donation is tax-deductible and Aloha Harvest will provide you with a receipt. They can also provide storage supplies such as aluminum pans, cake boxes and ziploc bags to store your donation until pick up. Aloha Harvest provides this service free of charge. All you have to do is call (808) 537-6945 or email info@alohaharvest.org to schedule your first pick up! Go to www.alohaharvest.com for more information.

Pictured: Hiram Johnson (Aloha Harvest) with Jace Wong (Outback Steakhouse) and Michael Lelafu (Aloha Harvest)

Pictured: Hiram Johnson (Aloha Harvest) with Jace Wong (Outback Steakhouse) and Michael Lelafu (Aloha Harvest)

 

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