The Hawaii Foodbank is the only nonprofit 501(c)3 agency in the state of Hawaii that collects, warehouses and distributes mass quantities of both perishable and non-perishable food to 250 member agencies as well as food banks on the Big Island, Maui and Kauai.
The Hawaii Foodbank forms a vital link between the food donors and our member agencies by providing services in collecting, sorting, salvaging and distributing food. The Hawaii Foodbank also supports its member agencies through financial and educational assistance.
WAIKIKI COMMUNITY CENTER
Waikiki Community Center provides multigenerational programs and social services for families, senior adults and children who live, work and visit Waikiki. Over 40 classes held each, including dance, music, and fitness. The Waikiki Community Center also provides nonperishable food to over 900 homeless and low income families.
The Waikiki Community Center’s Thrift Shop provides low priced clothing, furniture, and household goods. It is also home to a number of community-oriented non-profit organizations.
The Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii was founded by the Rotary Club of Honolulu in 1997. Its mission is to share aloha with Hawaii visitors who have been the victim of crime, injury, or other adversities. The Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii recruits, trains, and coordinates a network of volunteers to provide assistance to visitors, in order ensure that they retain a positive memory of their stay in Hawaii, despite any unfortunate experience they may have had.
The Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii is a non-profit organization that received funding from the Hawaii Tourism Authority and through private donations.