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Windward City Shopping Ctr. – Sign Wavers

April 16, 2016 was a momentous day of unified alliance to help feed Hawaii’s hungry. Nearly 1,800 volunteers came out to 10 of our official food drive sites on Oahu to collect food and funds for the Hawaii Foodbank 27th Annual Food Drive. Sign wavers, fish netters, cash & food collectors, registration teams and beautification crews assembled throughout the island: Kapolei Commons, Mililani Walmart, McCully Shopping Center, Pearl HIghlands, Pearl City Shopping Center, Koko Marina Center – Hawaii Kai Towne Center, Costco, Waiokeola Congregational Church – Kahala, Waterfront Plaza and Windward City Shopping Center for the largest Hawaii Foodbank food collection event of the year.

Waterfront Plaza - Gerald Shintaku & Linda Chu Takayama

A very warm mahalo goes out to all outstanding members of our community for your unique contributions: Food Drive Sponsors, Vendors and Donors that provided services or goods, along with our amazing Volunteers who devoted their time and services to help feed Hawaii's hungry.

Hawaii News Now Team, Gerald Shintaku & Sweetie Pacarro

Sharon Dobson

Sodexo

Volunteers at Windward City Shopping Ctr.

We could not have done it without you. Thank you all for a successful 27th Annual Food Drive!

Hawaii Shotokan Karate

First Hawaiian Bank

TJMaxx

Honolulu Police Department

Windward Baptist Church - Rebuilders Addictions Ministries

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EDITOR Christina Song

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Veralynn Kamaka, Tasha Major, Stan Markle, Jade Moon, Michelle Panoke, Christina Song Feeding Our Ohana is the newsletter of the Hawaii Foodbank. The publication serves to thank our donors and inform the public about Foodbank events and volunteer opportunities. If you do not wish to receive a copy, please email [email protected] or call 836-3600, ext. 223 to have your name removed from our mailing list.

Our Mission The people of Hawaii are one ohana. The Hawaii Foodbank provides food so that no one in our family goes hungry. We work to gather food and support from our communities. We then distribute food through charitable agencies to those in need. Our mission is from the heart, and we will fulfill our mission with integrity, humanity and aloha.

Hawaii Foodbank 2611 Kilihau Street Honolulu, HI 96819 Ph: 808.836.3600 Fax: 808.836.2272 Questions or comments: [email protected] Connect with our ’ohana: www.hawaiifoodbank.org Follow us on:

On the second Saturday in May every year, U.S. residents donate nonperishable food items for letter carriers to collect in a nationwide campaign to benefit community food banks. While this tradition of community service occurs annually, few of us are aware of how the National Association of Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive got started. The pilot drive in October 1991 emerged from conducive engagements between AFL-CIO President Vincent Sombroto and Postmaster General Anthony Frank which expanded into the biggest single-day food collection in the country. Since its official conception in 1992 through last year, the NALC Food Drive has contributed more than 1.4 billion pounds of food to feed the hungry, particularly the children in need who don’t have access to subsidized school lunch programs in the summer. This year’s 24th Annual NALC Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive held on Saturday, May 14, 2016, is expected to exceed last year’s national total of 71 million pounds, estimated to be worth $150 million. In Hawaii, Letter Carriers have come together to benefit local food banks: Hawaii Foodbank, Hawaii Foodbank – Kauai Branch, The Food Basket on the Big Island and Maui Food Bank to provide food for pantries, shelters and agencies. The statewide coordinated effort led by the NALC Committee of Hawaii including Terry Kaolulo, HSALC President, NALC Food Drive Co-Chairs Adele Yoshikawa of the Pearl City Post Office, Cynthia Ichizaki of the Downtown Post Office, Clay Tamaki, Catherine Lederer, The Hawaii State AFL-CIO, LCSP Director, and Stan Markle, Director of Product Resourcing of Hawaii Foodbank organized with various unions and sponsors to ensure the success of this year’s Stamp Out Hunger food drive. During the week of May 9 approaching the event, plastic bags sponsored by the Hawaii State AFL-CIO, McDonalds of Hawaii, Menehune Water Company and Honolulu Freight Service were delivered to mailing residences and P.O. Boxes statewide. In addition, nearly 200,000 announcements sponsored by the Hawaii State AFL-CIO, McDonalds of Hawaii, Menehune Water Company and Service Printers Hawaii along with the support of the DOE, HSTA and HGEA were distributed to students at over 400 public, private and charter schools across the state. The Hawaii State AFL-CIO’s Labor Community Services Program coordinated volunteers consisting of HGEA AFSCME Local 152, HSTA-R and ILWU Local 142 retirees to meet at IBEW 1186 to assemble the flyers for statewide distribution.

COOPERATION Together on the day of the NALC Food Drive, letter carriers gathered and stored food donations at postal stations throughout Oahu. Trucks provided by Anheuser-Busch Sales of Hawaii, Armstrong Produce,

Hawaii Foodservice Alliance, Hawaii Logistics, Hawaii Transfer Company, HFM FoodService, Honolulu Freight Service, Meadow Gold Dairies, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Hawaii, Royal Hawaiian Movers and WDI transported food donations picked up from post offices were received at the Hawaii Foodbank where nearly 500 volunteers worked tirelessly for 6 hours with the warehouse staff to unload, weigh, sort, box, palletize, wrap and store the collected nonperishables. In the evening, Koala Moa Chicken dinner plates provided by Kaiser Permanente were served to all of the hardworking participants.

MAHALO NUI LOA Big mahalo to the Local Support provided by: AFL-CIO Anheuser-Busch Sales of Hawaii Armstrong Produce Budweiser iHeart Media Department of Education State of Hawaii KCCN FM 100 Hawaii FoodService Alliance LLC HFM FoodService Hawaii Logistics Hawaii News Now Hawaii Transfer Co., Ltd. Honolulu Freight Service Island Movers, Inc.

KHON2 Kaiser Permanente® KSSK-FM KYD, Inc. Meadow Gold McDonald’s Hawaii Menehune Water Company Oceanic Time Warner Cable Pepsi® Safeway Service Printers Hawaii, Inc. Honolulu Star-Advertiser WDI Companies, Inc.

Thank you to the union members and representatives that came out in support of the NALC food drive: IBEW 1186 - Damien Kim ILWU Local 142 IUEC - Marc Yamane IBEW 1357 - Troy Benevides IAM 1998 - Robert Lillis HSTA HSTA-R HGEA AFSCME LOCAL 152, - AFL-CIO SAG/AFTRA IUPAT District Council 50 - Hazel Galbiso

Seafarers International Union of N. America - Hazel Galbiso Operative Plasterers & Cement Masons Local 630 - Peter Iriarte DC-50 UFCW - Pat Loo Laborers The Hawaii State AFL-CIO Catherine Lederer NALC UPW AFSCME Local 646, - AFL-CIO

Mahalo to our dedicated volunteers: First Assembly of God Hospitality Ministry Kaneohe Marines Youth Challenge Academy Single Marines Program Lighthouse Outreach Windward Baptist Church Rodney Nagai & other individual volunteers Mahalo to all companies and organizations for your support! (Full list: https://www.hawaiifoodbank.org/NALC). Within the next 2 weeks, Hawaii Foodbank trucks collected residual donations from post offices. A reported total of 526,816 pounds of food were recorded. Of that total 412,135 pounds were attributed to collections in Oahu. Continued on page 9

Hawaii Foodbank Board CHAIR Linda Chu Takayama State Department of Labor & Industrial Relations

On March 19, 2016, the Hawaii Foodbank warehouse transformed into a brimming hub to host nearly 800 guests for an evening of Epicurean delight. The 10th annual signature culinary event, Great Chefs® Fight Hunger showcased a brilliant ensemble of over 20 of Hawaii’s culinary masters that gathered to dazzle the senses and nourish our community. At this year’s annual fundraiser, Great Chefs® Fight Hunger Ilima and Hibiscus ticketholders were escorted to their tables by our talented and lovely title holders: Miss Hawaii United Continents Easter-Lily Smith, Miss Kaka'ako Halialani Parish, and Miss Diamond Head Teisa Worley. Our Ilima Premium VIP table purchasers – Mrs. Joan Bellinger, HFM FoodService, HMSA and The Shidler Group and their guests – enjoyed table and premium wine service under the direction of Gary Manago from Hilton Waikiki Beach and Hawaii Foodbank volunteers. Our outdoor VIP section was expanded again, which allowed many Hibiscus VIP guests to purchase tables and sit comfortably with their groups to enjoy the cuisine and music under a special tent.

Surprise and Hilton Hawaiian Village Pastry Chef Amanda Anderson’s Kona sea salt cheesecake, and a bold cold-brew coffee from illy.

VICE CHAIR Noel Trainor

Throughout the evening, stages inside the warehouse and outside under the Hibiscus Tent featured live entertainment by multi-instrumentalist Jazzy Jay, the talented Osorio ’Ohana, sultry folk and soul singer Tahiti Rey, veteran rock group WREKT, and young indie rockers The Fresh Preps.

Carlsmith Ball LLP

The annual Silent Auction featured many items, such as gift certificates for culinary experiences at venues like Morimoto Waikiki, Orchids at the Halekulani, and Michel’s at the Colony Surf, cultural experiences from places like Star of Honolulu Cruises & Events, Polynesian Cultural Center, and Diamond Head Theatre, hotel stays at Ala Moana Hotel and Hilton Waikiki Beach, and transit passes to ship vehicles to the mainland from Pasha Hawaii. The hottest bidding war was again over a pair of Business Class Tickets from our Travel Sponsor United Airlines.

Guests chatted up local celebrity chefs at restaurant stations throughout the warehouse and tasted delicious creations like Roy’s Hawaii Chef Lyndsey Simone’s Japanese hamachi crudo with petite seafood salsa and preserved lemon, Mac 24/7 Chef James Aptakin’s Thai grilled kalbi steak salad, and 12th Ave Grill Chef Kevin Hanney’s Maui Rum and coconut braised Maui Cattle Company Beef Cheeks with buttered taro mash and Hauula Tomato relish. To complement the cuisine, guests were served fine wines like the Honig Cabernet from JMD Beverages and Ferrari-Carano Chardonnay from Southern Wine & Spirits, craft beers like Goose Island Summer Ale from AnheuserBusch and Samuel Adams Cold Snap from Paradise Beverages, and updates on classic cocktails like Joey Gottesman’s “Fashionably Great” with Paniolo Whiskey. Cold refreshments like Hawaii Sparkling Water from Menehune Water and Sumatra Dragonfruit Antioxidant Infusion from Bai5 were also enjoyed. Guests finished up their culinary experience with sweet samples like MW Restaurants Chef Michelle Karr-Ueoka’s Dessert

The trend of the evening were the colorful ribbons attached to house keys on the necks of our guests all night long. One lucky key would unlock the Cellar Door and the fantastic prize behind it: over five cases of premium wines donated by Fujioka’s Wine Times, JMD Beverages – Wine Division of Paradise Beverages, Johnson Brothers of Hawaii, Southern Wine & Spirits, and Young’s Market Company of Hawaii. The night ended in celebration when the lucky winner turned her key in the Cellar Door lock and won over 60 bottles of outstanding wine.

Savoy Consulting LLC

SECRETARY James Starshak TREASURER Neill Char First Hawaiian Bank

PRESIDENT & CEO Gerald Shintaku Hawaii Foodbank, Inc.

CHIEF EXECUTIVE ADVISOR Richard Grimm Hawaii Foodbank, Inc.

MEMBERS Cindy Bauer Surfing the Nations

Rick Blangiardi Hawaii News Now

Stanley Brown Acosta, Inc.

Brian Christensen The Pint Size Corporation

Chuck Cotton iHeartMedia

Sarah Fargo Community Volunteer

Dennis Francis The Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Michael Gold HMSA

Larry Ishii American Savings Bank

Steve Johnson Community Volunteer

Charlie King King Auto Center

D.K Kodama D.K Restaurants

Pastor Timothy Mason Calvary By the Sea Lutheran Church

Jeff Moken Island Air

Jade Moon Community Volunteer

Ali Nikkhoo Community Volunteer

Barry O’Connell HFM FoodService

Ku‘uhaku Park Matson Navigation

Sheri Rolf Rolf Advertising

Daryl Sato Community Volunteer

A huge mahalo to our 2016 featured chefs, restaurants and beverage distributors for their time, talent and delectable dishes!

Mary Sellers

Great Chefs® Fight Hunger is an annual event organized with the contributions of many. Mahalo to D.K Kodama and DK Restaurants, Accel Party Rentals & Design, Elite Parking Services, Audio Video Hawaii, Sweetie Pacarro and KSSK for their expertise in making the event a success. Proceeds from the 2016 Great Chefs® Fight Hunger event totaled over $105,000 and will help to provide over 265,000 meals to Hawaii’s hungry. Mahalo nui loa for your support and please join us at next year’s Great Chefs® Fight Hunger on March 25, 2017!

Ed Treschuk

Bank of Hawaii

Mark Tonini Hawaii Foodservice Alliance LLC Sullivan Family of Companies

HAWAII FOODBANK – KAUAI BRANCH KAUAI ADVISORY BOARD Charlie King, Lead Representative King Auto Center

Dr. Addison Bulosan The Specific Chiropractic - Kauai

Diane Keeler Walmart

Lesah Merritt Safeway

Beth Tokioka Syngenta Hawaii LLC

Gordon Yee

Check out our website to see the list of the Great Chefs® Ensemble at http://www.hawaiifoodbank.org/great-chefs-fight-hunger ®

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Kauai Branch News ANNUAL FOOD DRIVE

Left to Right: Volunteers Eddie Pickop & Killnoe Okami and Mark Whitson from St. Catherine’s Catholic Church’s Food Pantry at Safeway-Kapa`a on Saturday, April 16th

The young women of Na Hoku O Kauai and Girl Scout Troupe 823. Left to right: Aleah Yano, Alexis Cacabelos, Kaytlen Akau and Jayda Wakilina Kauai at Safeway-Lihue volunteering at the Hawaii Foodbank–Kauai Branch Annual Food Drive on Saturday, April 16, 2016.

The Hawaii Foodbank – Kauai Branch held its 27th Annual Food Drive on Saturday, April 16, 2016. Our statewide effort was out in full force with terrific volunteers, and this year was especially a great success for Kauai— exceeding last year’s total with $5,159.09 and 2,506 pounds collected! We would like to thank all of the locations: • Safeway – Kapa`a & Lihue • KFC-Lihue • Walmart • Big Save- Koloa, Ele`ele, Waimea • Princeville Foodland St. Catherine Food Pantry has been involved with Hawaii Foodbank-Kauai Branch for about 6 years under the guidance of Mark Whitson. The volunteers were at SafewayKapa`a on the rainy Saturday morning, and many of them have attributed the success of the program to Mark’s work as Operational Manager of St. Catherine Food Pantry. Within a week, an estimated number 350 people, 180 of which are children under the age of 18 are serviced with approximately 3,000 pounds of feed during operative days in the food pantry. If they didn’t have Kauai Branch

to help them supply their food pantry needs, Mark stated, “it would impact what we do for the community greatly. It would be difficult to feed these folks.” Eddie Pickop informed that there are other items that folks can donate to the Kauai Branch that are overlooked essentials like pet food, diapers, and other toiletries. Ann Villanueva explains that “this is community and fellowship for us, we enjoy what we are doing. There is a core group of us that set up on Tuesday and distribute on Wednesday, and we look forward to that.” Mark mentions that they also receive fresh fruits and vegetables from farmers on island. Safeway-Lihue had Girl Scout Troop 823 with the direction of Troupe Leader, Teresa Caires and leadership of Sheryl Perreira and the young women of Na Hoku O Kauai. They are empowered by the skills they learn in Girl Scouts and pageant participation. To these ladies who are poised to do community service, we say mahalo nui loa!

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LETTER CARRIERS’ STAMP OUT HUNGER FOOD DRIVE The Kauai Branch warehouse was filled with donations on May 14, 2016 for the 24th annual NALC Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Wes Perreira, Warehouse Supervisor reported 13,198 pounds of food donation were collected this year, an 11% increase from the previous year’s total of 11,927 pounds. Out of the 15 post offices, the stations that had the greatest amount of donations were in Kapaa with 4,966 pounds. Thank you to all of the participating letter carriers and post office staff for their amazing support to feeding Kauai’s hungry!

WONG FOUNDATION FOOD DROP OFF – KAUAI April 15, 2016 – For the second year in a row, Matson Navigation Company has donated $1,000 to Hawaii Foodbank – Kauai Branch to fight hunger in Kauai. Pictured is Patrick Ono and Michelle Panoke, Agency & Administrative Supervisor of Hawaii Foodbank – Kauai Branch. 4 FEEDING OUR OHANA

Left to right: Wes Perreira, Warehouse Supervisor and Michelle Panoke, Agency & Administrative Supervisor

Hele Mai — Come Join Us! ALOHA UNITED WAY

THE 12TH ANNUAL HUNGER WALK

August 17 through October 2, 2016 Hawaii Foodbank, AUW#96640

Saturday, September 17, 2016 FRANK F. FASI MUNICIPAL BUILDING AND CIVIC GROUNDS Check-in: 8:00 a.m. Walk begins: 9:00 a.m. Program: 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Hawaii Foodbank invites you to help feed Hawaii’s hungry, by requesting a donor designation form and making a contribution to the Hawaii Foodbank, #96640. Your donations to the Foodbank will help feed our children, the elderly, the homeless, low-income families, the disabled and others in need. Donor Choice Designation List: https://www.auw.org/nonprofit-agency-guide/

MACY’S 11TH ANNUAL SHOP FOR A CAUSE Friday through Sunday August 26-28, 2016 Support the Hawaii Foodbank as you Shop For A Cause at all Macy’s Hawaii stores. Just purchase a $5 shopping pass from the Hawaii Foodbank and enjoy a 25 percent discount regular, macys sale and clearance items, including home goods – and most brands usually excluded. Save 10 percent on electronics, watches, furniture, mattresses and more! Plus, enter to win a $500 Macy's gift card! the magic of giving

All proceeds from shopping passes sold by the Hawaii Foodbank will help feed the hungry in Hawaii. Call 836-3600, ext. 223 or go to www.hawaiifoodbank.org to purchase your Shop For A Cause shopping pass.

Put on your walking shoes and help fight hunger in Oahu! All proceeds from the one-mile event will benefit Hawaii Foodbank member agencies: food pantries, meal programs, soup kitchens, homeless St. Pius X Church shelters and rehabilitation centers that serve the needy in our communities. You can designate your pledges to a participating hunger relief agency of your choice or take part in a general walk fund for multiple agencies. By sponsoring one of the Foodbank member agencies, you are helping to fight hunger in your community. Participating agencies in the Hunger Walk use funds raised to ensure that they can continue to provide much needed food to hungry adults, children, families and seniors. Agencies raising $200.00 or more qualify for percentage matching by the Harry C. & Nee Chang C. Wong Foundation. Your contribution will support agencies to help feed our neighbors, coworkers, friends and families in need. Please join us for fun-filled day of exercise, food, refreshments, keiki activities and live on-stage entertainment! Download a brochure and a registration form at http://www.hawaiifoodbank.org/hungerwalk. For more information, please call 836-3600, ext. 247

THE 11TH ANNUAL CANSTRUCTION® AT PEARLRIDGE UPTOWN “Galacti-CAN-goods: Meals for our ‘Ohana, our Hawaii, our Earth and our Galaxy ... One Can at a Time” Build-Day: Saturday, October 1, 2016 Voting for “People’s Choice Award”: October 1 – 16, 2016. DeCanstruction & Award Ceremony: Sunday, October 16 2016, 2pm – 4pm

HUNGER ACTION MONTH “30 Ways in 30 Days” September 1 through 30, 2016 September is Hunger Action Month! The Hawaii Foodbank and its national affiliate, Feeding America, want everyone to do one small thing each day to help someone in need and raise awareness of hunger in Hawaii. Please visit our website daily at www.hawaiifoodbank.org for information and activities on our Hunger Action Month calendar.

GIVE ALOHA September 1 through 30, 2016 ALL FOODLAND AND SACK ’N SAVE STORES Hawaii Foodbank Donation Code - 77425 Please visit your neighborhood Foodland and/or Sack ‘N Save store during the month of September and “Give Aloha” to help feed the hungry in Hawaii. Just hand the cashier your Maika‘i Card, mention Hawaii Foodbank code 77425 and make a donation up to $249. Donations raised will be matched by Foodland and the Western Union Foundation, up to $300,000 for all participating nonprofit organizations combined. http://www.foodland.com/our-community/give-aloha

Juror’s Favorite & People’s Choice awarded to: “Appetite for CANstruction” by WATG 2015

Hunger affects thousands in our own community, and significantly impacts the health of our planet. This year’s Canstruction competition reaches beyond our mission to end hunger from our microcosmic ohana in Hawaii to a global movement into the infinite cosmos. Our galactic theme combines the extraordinary feats of science, technology and interstellar travel with the unbounded imagination to “canstruct” our way to worlds beyond our own universe. Teams within Hawaii’s design and construction industry are encouraged to rally around this year’s theme by using their creativity and design skills to build structures that reflect the universal pursuit of discovery, exploration, and humanitarianism.

Your vote is needed! Visit Pearlridge Center, Uptown from October 1 – 16 and vote for your favorite structure. ONE can = ONE vote; vote as often as you wish. The structure with the most votes will win the People’s Choice to be announced at the award ceremony on October 16. Together we CAN make a difference! AIA Honolulu: 545-4242 or www.aiahonolulu.org, “Events” Hawaii Foodbank: 836-3600, ext. 240 or [email protected]

HAWAII-PACIFIC AREA 2016 COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN CFC #38446 • September through October 2016 The Hawaii Foodbank encourages all federal employees to participate in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Please designate your donations to the Hawaii Foodbank, CFC #38446. Your contributions will help feed Hawaii’s children, the elderly, the homeless, low-income families, the disabled and the temporarily unemployed. http://www.cfc-hawaii.org/index.html JULY 2016

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Mahalo To Our Donors FIGHT HUNGER HUI Recurring Donors Ms. Cassandra J. L. Abdul Ms. Diane E. Adkins Ms. Carol Aki Christopher & Paula Aldis Ms. Yvonne M. Angut Mr. Clayton Apilando Mr. Arvind Arya Mr. Kelvin Y. Asato Mr. Richard Asato Mr. Allen H. Awaya Mrs. Su-Ann Y. Banuilos Ms. Virginia A. Beck Ms. Sue Beitia Ms. Mary Bertolino Mr. Kenneth G. Best Ms. Teresa Bill Blackmore Brady Hawaii LLC Mr. & Mrs. Daniel B. Boylan Ms. Barbara J. Brodhead Ms. Sheri Brown Mr. & Mrs. Lowell Cambra Candace M. Wada D.D.S. Mr. William W. Carreira Mr. Noel I. Carreon Ms. Paula S. Carroll Ms. Stella C. Catalan Ms. Blossom M.H. Chang Mr. Jingyu Chen Mr. Arnold Ching, Jr. Ms. Patsy R.O. Chun Ms. Simone E. Cole Ms. Carol A. Coleman Mr. & Mrs. Daniel & Fatiha Curran-Kheddaoui Mrs. Dorothy J. Dale Ms. Catherine E. Davis Ms. Kris DeBode Ms. Doris Domingo Mrs. Sharon D. Dowdell Mrs. Diane F. England Mrs. Suzanne S. Evans Marlette L. Fernandez Mrs. Gayle E. Ferreira Mrs. Cheryl L. Fontes Mr. & Mrs. William A. Friedl Ms. Ericka L. Frink Ms. Susan J. Furuya Geoff & Lena Galbraith Ms. Linda Y. Ginoza J. Goodman Melanie & Tony Goulart Dr. & Mrs. David Grossman Vincent & Kerry Guerreiro Keith W. Haden, M.D. Mrs. Lorena S. Hanyu Mrs. Suzanne Haverty Mr. Ronald K. Hirata Mrs. Minerva J. Holt Ms. Liz Holthaus Ms. Cari Ann Honda Ms. Sachiko Hosokawa Mr. Michael M. Howard Rev. Sharon M. Inake Ms. Jeanne Iwashita Mrs. Vineeta Jetley Mr. Norman M. Johnson Ms. Esther B. Justice Mr. Edmund T. Kawai Ms. Annette M. Kawasaki Mr. Brian A. Kealoha Mrs. Jana Kimata Mr. William R. King Ms. Stephanie Kishaba Ms. Jo Ann C. Kocher Ms. Nancy C. Koelper Mr. Richard D. Kornowski Kudlich Insurance Services LLC Mr. Yoshitsugu Kuwabe Mrs. Leah Langowski Mrs. Toni L. Lathrop-Lee Mr. Richard W.T. Lee Mr. Noble Lieu Miss Juliana Lo Mr. Jason Lupton Ms. Kay Lynch Ms. Laura Marler Mr. & Mrs. Fernando Martinez Mrs. Janice McCague Mrs. Dorien McClellan Mr. & Mrs. Victor Meyers Ms. Ann Michaud Mr. Andrew Mioduchowski Ms. Fay Molina-Sagon Murakami Roofing Service Mr. William D. Myers Gerald & June Naughton Ms. Ann Nishihira Tom & Megan Norris

Ms. Megan O’Connell & Mr. Warren Ripley Ms. Kirsten L. Oleson Mrs. Sarah Omalza Dayle & James Onishi Mr. Steven J. Oppenheimer Ms. Barbara M. Ornellas Ms. Jacqueline Palmer-Lasky Mr. John L. Pang Ms. Judy Q.U. Park Mrs. Carole Picciotto Mr. J. William Potter, Jr. Ms. Denise Preziosi Ms. Josette F. Rapoza Restaurant Yoshiya W.S. Rogers Waileia Davis Roster Richard & Judith Rovin Leila & Benjamin Sagarang Mr. & Mrs. Greg K. Sakamoto Allan & Shirley Samuelson Mr. Michael W. Sankovic Mr. Glenn S. Sato Col. William A. Schaake Mr. George J. Schmelzer Ms. Stephanie D. Scott Andrew & Angela Shattuck Mr. Norris S. Shito Mr. Jim Simmons Mr. Lawrence Soto Ms. Lily Sui-Fong Sun Gerald & Paula Suyama Mr. Kiley N. Tahara Mrs. Evelyn A. Takara Mr. Ken M. Takemoto Mr. & Mrs. Russell Y. Tanouye Ms. Rizalminda Teocson Mr. & Mrs. Anthony R. Tepedino The Baldwin Group Inc. Mr. Wade Tonaki Ms. Mary E. Tripoli Mr. Joseph Uno Mr. Richard van Bodegom Ms. Danette H. Victorino Mr. & Mrs. Jeffry S. Wallace Miss Kaopuuokaha T. Weir Ms. Joanne V. Weldon Mr. & Mrs. Perry J. White Ms. Renee M. Winchester Ms. Cindy Winegar Mrs. Donna Wisenbaugh Mr. & Mrs. Rodney T. Yamamoto Ms. Carolyn L. Yanagi Mr. Dean M. Yokotake Mr. & Mrs. Harold I. Yonashiro Mr. Gerald Yoshikane Mr. Everett B. Young James & Beverly Yuen

FIGHT HUNGER HUI Kauai Branch Mr. Thomas Beebe Ms. Paula Bellomo Ms. Dianne Gerard Ms. Terri Jacobson William & Sueyen Ortiz Mr. & Mrs. James M. Tuttle

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Ms. Stephanie D. Scott Seafood Village Chinese Cuisine Sedona Craig & Estrella Seese Arthur & Sherrie Seki Mrs. Paula J. Sekiguchi Mr. Anthony R. Sellitto, Jr. Ms. Beverly Sermersheim Servco Pacific, Inc. - Corporate Dana Shaffer Andrew & Angela Shattuck Mr. Kyle Shelly Ms. Helene Shenkus Ms. Laura Sherrill Shidler Pacific Advisors, LLC - Aiea Shopping Center Shidler Pacific Advisors, LLC - First Insurance Center Shidler Pacific Advisors, LLC Pan Am Building Mrs. Frances P. Shigemasa Mr. Darin Shigeta Mr. Ronald T. Shiigi Mr. John H. Shim Ms. Laurel H. Shim Mr. Randall T. Shimabukuro Naomi J. Shimabukuro Mr. Scott Shimabukuro S. Shimai Ms. Cheryl Ann Shimizu Mr. Gerald Y. Shintaku Mrs. Renee Shioi-Tajima Alvin & Susan Shishido Mr. Norris S. Shito Mr. Sean Shoemaker Signature Flight Support Ms. Aulii Silva Mr. Jim Simmons Ms. Marie-Joelle Simonpietri Mrs. Ivalee M. Sinclair Mr. George W. Smith, Jr. Mr. William T. Smith Mrs. Carol D.C. Smyth Mr. Jack R. Smyth, Jr. Mr. David C. Snakenberg Hawaii Sneakerheads Ms. Sheila Soderburg Aviam Soifer Mr. David T. Soon Ms. Gisela Speidel Spirit Card Hawaii Inc Cmdr. & Mrs. Timothy J. Sprowls Mr. & Mrs. William D. Steinhoff Mr. Randall K. Steverson Mr. Bob Stout Mr. Robert E. Strand Mr. & Mrs. Andrew D. Strawbridge Mrs. Sherrill A. Strother Mr. Ronald Rickman & Ms. Nicole Stucki Jamie Sugai Ms. Dawn T. Sugihara Raymond & Millie Sugimoto Mr. Gerald A. Sumida Mr. & Mrs. Gerald K. Sumida Mr. Brian N. Sunada S. Sunn Sunrise Shells Hawaii, LLC Mrs. Victoria Sutton Gerald & Paula Suyama Randal & Joyce Suzuki Miles & Reverie Suzuki Mrs. Delle S. Swindale Gregory & Mary Tacon Mr. Kiley N. Tahara Mr. Masaki Takai Frederick & Virginia Takara Nancy Takara & Joan Takara Mr. Russell Takara Mrs. Valerie M. Takata Jeanne & Tye Taketa Mr. Eric Y. Takiguchi Larry Takumi & Jo-Ann Komori Mr. Roy M. Takumi Pak Tam & Wai Fong Ms. Valerie L. Tam Mrs. Emily K. Tamanaha Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Tamaru Ms. Gail M. Tamashiro Mrs. Ellen N. Tamura Ms. Leony L. Tamura Mr. Siew K. Tan Mr. Jason Tanaka Ms. Teresa Q.M. Tanaka Ms. Brenda M. Tang Tanioka’s Fish Market Henry & Doreen Tanoue Mr. Shawn H. Tanoue Mr. & Mrs. Russell Y. Tanouye Mr. Thomas M. Tasaki

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Mahalo To Our Donors Ms. Candace K. Tasoe Mr. Paul Tatsuguchi Mr. Ryan Tatsumoto Rian Tatsutani Dr. Alice Taum Mr. Robert J. Teichman, M.D. Temple Emanu-El Sadako Tengan Ms. Rizalminda Teocson Mr. & Mrs. Anthony R. Tepedino Mr. Wesley Teraoka Mrs. Beatrice A. Terumoto Ms. Janice C. Teruya Nick & Helene Teves The Arthur J. Gallagher Foundation The Baldwin Group Inc. The Boeing Company Employee Individual Giving Program The Willows Restaurant Ms. Dixie Thompson Dr. John B. Thompson Mr. Charles K. Tilton Titan Industries, LLC Mr. Melvin H. Tokuda Mr. Keith K. Tokumoto Mr. & Mrs. Gary I. Tokunaga Mr. & Mrs. John S. Tolmie Mrs. Emily C. Tom Faye & Steven Tom H. Elia Tom Ms. Juanita Y.M. Tom Mr. Myron K. Tom Ms. Noe Noe Tom Mr. Walter Tom Mrs. Nancy T. Tomasa Mr. Paul A. Tomita Mr. Wade Tonaki Mr. Mark S. Tonini Mrs. Julienne J. Topacio Travelers Community Connections Ms. Mary E. Tripoli Ms. Valerie L. Trotter Truist Ms. Erin Tsuda Ricky M. Tsuhako, D.D.S. Layaka Tsujiuchi Tsutsui & Uehara CPA’s, LLC Mr. Luke T. Tucker Ms. Tania L. Tudor Ms. Jewell Tuitele Ms. Martha Turner Mr. & Mrs. Michael H. Twigg Smith Mrs. Cheryl J. Uchida Mr. Donald M. Uesato Ms. Dorothy Umeda Kenneth & Janet Umemoto Mr. Lloyd I. Unebasami Mr. & Mrs. Kamuela Unga United Public Workers, AFSCME, Local 646, AFL-CIO United Way of Greater Philadelphia & SNJ University Health Alliance Mr. Joseph Uno Arthur & Ruth Ushijima Mr. Myles J. Ushio David H. Uyechi Norman & Jane Uyechi Mr. Henry K. Uyehara Mr. & Mrs. Jerry M. Uyehara Ms. Lori Y. Uyehara Ms. Helen M. Uyehara Mr. Richard van Bodegom Mr. Alan M. Vegas Ms. Debbie S. Verhulsdonk Verizon Foundation VH07V, LLC Dr. & Mrs. Mark Villard Mr. Eugene Villarimo Dr. & Mrs. Douglas L. Vincent Ms. Donna E. Von Lethiea L. Von Ms. May L. Von Dr. Candace M. Wada, D.D.S. Wahiawa Family Dental Care Waianae Mall Waianae Store Waipahu Cosmopolitan Senior Citizens Club Irene N. Wakatsuki Mr. & Mrs. Jeffry S. Wallace Arnold & Gale Warshawsky Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Wassman Mr. Sean M. Watabayashi Mrs. Patricia K. Watanabe Watermark Publishing, LLC Ms. Joanne V. Weldon Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Ms. Lynn I. M. Wells

Mr. Ryan Wells West Beach Realty, Inc. Mr. James A. West Mr. Jerome D. Whalen Wheeler Middle School Ms. Beverly L. Whitaker Mr. & Mrs. Perry J. White Mr. & Mrs. Dan Whitford Mr. Roger C. Wickenden Mr. Neil J. Widemann Mr. Thomas W. Williams, Jr. Ms. Cindy Winegar Mr. Jeff H. Winters Women’s Island Soccer Association Ms. Lisa C. Wond Ms. Amanda M.L. Wong Ms. Cheryl A. Wong Cresencia Wong Mr. David W. K. Wong Ms. Erica L.M. Wong Mrs. Estelle C. Wong Mr. Kalfred Wong, Jr. Michael & Annette Wong Ms. Robyn L.H. Wong Theoni Wong Mr. William K.C. Wong Mr. Allen J. Woo Mr. & Mrs. Brian C. K. Woo Mr. T. David Woo, Jr. Ms. Sharon Worthington Ms. Millicent Wright George & Mary Ann Wyman Mr. & Mrs. Stuart H. Yamada Miss Amy M. Yamakawa Cy H. Yamamoto Mr. Darren S. Yamamoto Ms. Irene A. Yamamoto Mr. Regan Yamamoto & Ms. Junie Hayashi Ronald & Judy Yamamoto Mr. Walter Yamamoto Mr. Jon T. Yamamura Ms. Jan K. Yamane Ms. Rowena Marquez Yamane Ms. Karen Yamaoka Mr. & Mrs. Henry T. Yamashita Mr. Myron R. Yamashita Ms. Aileen H. Yanagihara Dr. Randal K. Yanagisawa Ms. Linda T. Yara Mr. Glen T. Yasue Mr. Ralph Yasuhara Kori A Yasumura Mr. & Mrs. Donald S. Yasutake Mr. & Mrs. J. Yates Mr. Evan J. Yazawa Andrew & Gwendolyn Yee Ms. Barbara Yee Ms. Clara H. Yee Mr. & Mrs. Clarence K.H. Yee Mr. & Mrs. Glenn J.P. Yee Mr. James Yee Mr. Hiromu Yogi Ms. Kathleen A. Yogi Richard & Kay Yogi Mr. Dean M. Yokotake Ms. Kay T. Yokoyama Ms. Cyndee Yonehara Mrs. Paula J. Yonezawa Mr. Gerald Yoshikane Ms. Dina R. Yoshimi Mr. Garret T. Yoshimi Ms. Jozet J. Yoshitake Mr. & Mrs. Harold Yoshizaki Mr. & Mrs. Donald K. Young Mr. Everett B. Young Hung Lum Young Ms. Lindsay Young YourCause, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Hideo Yoza Joann W. Yuen, Ed.D. Zhengqing Yun Mr. & Mrs. Henry T. Zerbe, Jr. Kenneth J. Zienkiewicz, M.D. Mrs. Nancy M. Zorn

OHA Kauai Branch Ms. Claire R. Alfiler Mr. Thomas Beebe Ms. Paula Bellomo Big Save Eleele Big Save Koloa Big Save Waimea Lyle & Ann Bjork Gale Carswell Mr. & Mrs. Kevin P. Casey Ms. Diane L. Cline Communications & Electrical Services Corporation

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Margie & Myron Crain Russ & Shannon Donnan Mr. & Mrs. Michael Farrell Foodland Waipouli Richard & Rebecca Fries Gustavo Gallardo, O.D. Ms. Linda Louise Harmon Hawaiian LandMark Images, Inc. Mr. Keith Y. Ikehara KFC-Hawaii (Lihue) Mr. & Mrs. Darryl Kua Ms. Nicole Lilly Mr. David R. McDonald Jerry & Judy McGrath Ms. Marcia P.E. McIntire Calvin & Gail Murashige Ms. Theresa C. Nash Liela & Gary Nitta Ms. Stephanie Noda Mr. & Mrs. Randal Ornellas William & Sueyen Ortiz Henry & Mollie Osborn Safeway Food & Drug - Kapaa Mrs. Teresa L. Sakai Richard & Connie Sarkisian Al & Jackie Smith Tasting Kauai Walmart - Lihue Mr. Ron Wildasinn

February – May 2016 Anonymous In honor of Dan Rodriguez Hawaiian Optics In honor of Karen E. Selph Ms. Lisa Selph In honor of Amira Shulamit Booth-Soifer & Raphi Soifer Aviam Soifer In honor of Yappy, Dido & Jimi Anonymous

Mrs. Mary Steiner In memory of Theodora Poepoe Koide Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Koide In memory of Carolyn Lacy & Caroline Chan Mrs. Kooi S. Ng-Kau In loving memory of Bud and Lani Leach Mr. Byron O.K. Leach In memory of Stephen Lee Mrs.Su-Ann Y. Banuilos MALAMA Kauai Branch In memory of Denise Leveque Ms. Beverly Sermersheim In honor of The People of Kauai In memory of Annette LiptonMr. & Mrs. David Newlin Atkins and Lawrence Zablan HALIA ALOHA Mr. Jensen Lipton In Cherished & Loving In memory of James Liu Memory Mr. Benson Lo In memory of Alan Abe In memory of Edmund H.T. Loo Anonymous Anonymous In memory of Ms. Barbara K. In memory of Helen Acedillo’s Matsumoto Mom Anonymous Anonymous In memory of Mr. Galen In memory of Rachel Ajimine’s McMullen Mom Mrs. Leah Langowski Ms. Cindy Ajimine In memory of Magellan V. In memory of Alice Asari McNaughton Anonymous Mr. Roger V. Heman PIHA MAKAHIKI In memory of Mrs. Debra G. In memory of Lilly Medeiros Barrett Yearly Anniversary Mr. Thomas A. Arnold Anonymous For the anniversary of Evan In memory of Morris and Ann Ludmila & Boris Yozawa Mendelsohn Mr. Louise Dever Tamara Luthy Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Eli Perelshteyn memory of Shunichi and Sueko HAUOLI LA HANAU In memory of Amanda Raeanne In Miyashiro Beaty Happy Birthday Anonymous Ms. Jodi A.C. Beaty For our friend’s 90th birthday In memory of Amabile and Anna Mr. & Mrs. Clarence K.H. Yee In memory of Betty Musto Ms. Mary E. Delos Santos Mr. Ken R. Thomas For the birthday of Chris China In memory of Margaret M. Ms. Heather Fong In memory of My Mom “Peggy” Bernie Ms. Barbara Yee For the birthday of Carol J. Mrs. Ann Fukushima Johnston In memory of Prem Narayan In memory of Katie Casey Mr. Adam C. Holbert Mr. Arvind Arya Mr. & Mrs. Kevin P. Casey In loving memory of Joan Oyama For the birthday of George Kurisu In memory of Vincent Chang Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bernier Ms. Kimi Ide-Foster Anonymous In memory of Richard and Hong For the birthday of NTHD Kwun Pang In memory of Mrs. Georgia Anonymous Mr. Presley W. Pang Chappell For the birthday of Thomas Anonymous In memory of Mildred Chu Pascua Rapozo Kurt and Sheri Bennett In memory of Clay Ching Mr. Joshua M. Norton Anonymous In memory of Charles Peacock MALAMA Anonymous In memory of Abbie Dela Cruz To Honor & Support In memory of Grace and Gilbert Anonymous Pryor In honor of Anonymous In memory of Ms. Clara Young Anonymous Mr. Eli Michael Fong In memory of Joseph Regan In honor of Anonymous Mr. Lloyd Unebasami Ms. Beverly Sermersheim Mrs. Vineeta Jetley In memory of Nobu Fujioka In memory of Delores Reierson In honor of Mr. & Mrs. Tat Ko Ms. Mary M. Oshiro Anonymous & Kim Har Au In memory of Terry Haney In memory of Douglas Tsugio Anonymous Anonymous Sakuma In honor of The Baldwin Group, Anonymous In memory of Nobuko Hirai Inc. employees in Hawaii Anonymous In memory of Kerisiano Ti’a Savea The Baldwin Group, Inc. Anonymous In memory of Mary L. Ho In honor of Farrington High Mr. & Mrs. Glenn K. Miyataki In memory of Mary Sherman and School Kathryn Hughes Lt. Col. & Mrs. David A. Carlson In memory of Bob Hooper Anonymous Anonymous In honor of Farrington High In memory of Mildred Julia Santos School In memory of Mr. Ben Hsu Silva Ms. Marianne Honda Mr. Benson Lo Ms. Deborah J. Silva In honor of Ms. Kathleen Flynn In memory of Winnie Ito In memory of Clinton Souza Ms. Mary M. Flynn Ms. Lynn T. Kim Mr. and Mrs. J. Yates In honor of Beatrice & Tick In memory of Mrs. Gail Kaleikini In memory of Susan Catherine Gaudreau Mr. David T. Soon Stevenson Your friends from New York NewGround International In memory of Robert Kaneshige, In honor of Hawaii Foodbank In memory of Dr. Ronald Stringer Kikue Kaneshige & Colleen Ms. Christina Song Mrs. Linda Stringer Kaneshige Choi In memory of George Ichiro In honor of Tunji & Lori Heath Mr. Royle N. Kaneshige Terada Daniel & Fatiha CurranIn memory of George Kaneshiro Mr. Lloyd I. Unebasami Kheddaoui Norman & Jane Uyechi In memory of Nonie Toledo In honor of Ms. Gayle N.Hirahara In memory of Aunty Harriet Mr. Alice Folkart Mr. David R. Komuro Kaopuiki In memory of Nancy Tom In honor of Jehovah God Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous In memory of Howard Fusao In memory of Vivencio and In honor of Ms. Ann Jensen Kawaguchi Dolores Villaflor Hawaiian Optics Mr. Patrick J. Gilbert Ms. Norma V. McDonald In memory of Charles O. Kim In honor of Mr. Kealoha Ralph In memory of Bart Webb Kelekolio Anonymous Ms. Maria E. Seinitz Mr. Pete C. Renteria & In memory of Grace & In memory of Gregg M. Yanagi Mr. Kevin S. Caravello Lawrence Kimoto Ms. Carolyn L. Yanagi Mr. Clayton Kimoto In honor of the employees of In memory of Shirley Brown Young Menehune Water Company, In memory of Yoshio Kimura Mrs. Joyce Lynn Yen Inc. Anonymous Mr. Umon Y. Ewart HALIA ALOHA In memory of James Kingsmill In honor of and in the name of Kauai Branch Ms. Mary Steiner Our Lord Jesus Christ In memory of Janet Buckley Mr. & Mrs. Kyle M. Ida In memory of Daisy, Debbie & Ms. Sue Buckley Brian Kitaoka In honor of Stephen Purcell In memory of Frances Hoover

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Ho Farms Hookele Elementary School HPC Foods, Ltd Products or Services Hyatt Regency Waikiki $1,000 or more Ilima Intermediate Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa, Island Maid Ko Olina, Hawaii Island Palm Community Custom Audio, Inc. Ito-En, Inc. Del-Marc Fujita Enterprises Johnson Brothers of Hawaii, Inc. Edward Enterprises, Inc. K & K Distributors Grand Wailea Resort Kailua Intermediate School Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel Kaiser Permanente Hawaii News Now Kapalama Elementary School HFM FoodService Kapolei Commons Honolulu Freight Service Kapolei Shopping Center Island Air Kelloggs Sales Company, Inc. Kimo Kahoano Kennedy Produce JW Marriott Union Square Koko Marina Center Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Kraft Heinz Company Bungalows Kraft National Claim Michael Mochizuki Kunia Country Farm Pacific Aviation Museum - Pearl Longs Drugs Harbor Love’s Bakery Inc. Pacific Links Hawaii M & M Mars Company, Inc. Penske Truck & Leasing Manoa Elementary School Prince Resorts Hawaii Market5201 Roger Dunn Golf Shops Marriott Ko Olina Beach Club Safety Systems Hawaii, Inc. Maui Food Bank The Pasha Group McCully - Moiliili Public Library System The Pint Size Corporation McCully Shopping Center United Airlines Corporate Mead Johnson Nutrition Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa Meadow Gold Dairies Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort Mililani High School & Spa Mililani Mauka Elementary Moanalua High School HOINA Mokulele Elementary School Gifts of Food MOM Brands Company, LLC. 1,000 pounds or more Mondelēz International, Inc. A&B Properties NAPA Auto Parts AARP National Association of Letter Carriers AFL-CIO Abbott Nutrition Neiman Marcus ABC Stores Ace Quality Farm Products Nestle Purina Ala Moana Hotel Nestle USA Ala Moana Produce Ohana Veterinary Hospital Aloha Gourmet Products, Inc. OK Poultry LLC Aloha Products Pan Pacific Foods Aloha State Brokerage, Inc. Pearl City Shopping Center Aloun Farm, Inc. Pearl Harbor Commissary Amerisourcebergen Corporation Pearl Highlands Center Applied Materials, Inc. Pepperidge Farm Warehouse Aquarius Endeavors USA Phillips Sales Co Armstrong Produce Ltd Post Foods, LLC BAE Systems - Hawaii Shipyards Post Foods, Ltd. Ball Corporation Primetime Distributors Bank of Hawaii Public Support Bumble Bee Seafoods Purity Wholesale C&S Wholesale Grocers Quaker Oats Cackle Fresh Egg Farm Quaker Oats Company Cades Schutte, LLP Quaker Tropicana Gatorade Campbell Soup Company Ralcorp Holdings, Inc. Carlsmith Ball, LLP Royal State Insurance Chase Sales & Distribution Inc. Ruby Tuesday City & County of Honolulu Russell Stover Candies ConAgra Foods, Inc. Sack N Save Costco Wholesale Sack N Save Stadium Darigold, Inc. Safeway Food & Drug Diamond Head Seafood Co. Safeway Produce and Dole Food Company Inc Distribution Domino Foods Inc. Safeway Stores Don Quijote, Inc. Sam’s Club Dr. Kimi Caswell Schofield Barracks Commissary Dr Pepper Seneca Foods Corp Eggs Hawaii, Inc. Shidler Pacific Advisors, LLC Family Food Company Inc. Waterfront Plaza Five-O Marketing Services Inc Shima’s Market Food Factory Starbucks Hawaii Food Pantry Warehouse State of Hawaii Foodland Super Market, Ltd. Sullivan Family of Companies Frito-Lay North America, Inc. Sunmac Hawaii, Ltd. General Mills, Inc. Sunny Delight Beverages Co. Golden State Foods - Hawaii Supremacy Car Club Gulf Pacific Rice Company Tamura Enterprises, Inc. Halekulani Hotel Tamura Super Market Ham Produce and Seafood Inc. Target Hanalani School The Custom Company Happy Fruit Company The Hershey Company Hawaii Business Group Inc. The Pint Size Corporation Wing Coffee Company Times Super Markets Hawaii Foodservice Alliance LLC University of Hawaii Hawaii Kai Towne Center Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort Hawaii News Now & Spa Hawaii Pet Expo Ohana Waiokeola Congregational Veterinary Hospital Inc Church Hawaiian Airlines Waiola Life Hawaiian Cement Walgreens Hawaiian Express Service, Inc. Walmart HFM FoodService Walmart, Mililani Hickam AFB Commissary Warabeya USA, Inc. Hickmans Family Farms Welch’s Foods, Inc. Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Whole Foods Market Beach Resort Windward City Shopping Center HMAA Wong’s Meat Market Ltd

IN-KIND DONORS

Sponsored by the Hawaii Foodbank Hospitality Coalition

Meadow Gold & Alsco

1st Place HMSA Angie Mizushima & Dale Goye with Chelsea Hardin, Miss Hawaii USA 2016 & Alyshia Shimizu, Miss Ultimate Elite 2016

Road Safety Systems and Design

February 12, 2016 – The beautiful Hawaii Prince Golf Club welcomed 48 teams to the 12th Annual Hawaii Foodbank Golf Classic. It was a day of friendly competition over 18 challenging holes to benefit the Hawaii Foodbank and help feed the hungry.

chances at the prizes by beating their rival at the ever popular Crazy Croquet or Portuguese Horseshoe games. Our golfers were kept cool on the course with adult refreshments courtesy of the Miller Light and Coors Light ladies on their souped-up beer carts.

After checking in at 9:00 a.m., golfers grabbed fresh fruits donated by Armstrong Produce and Dole Foods Company Hawaii, and musubi donated by HFM FoodService before hitting the driving range for last-minute coaching by golf professional Dave Kowalczyk of Roger Dunn Golf Shops. The Bridgestone Golf putting contest gave participants a chance to win OGIO "Layover" Rolling Carry-Ons for their whole team before even setting foot on the course. Everyone fueled up with lunch provided by Penske Truck Rental & Leasing and Hawaii Foodservice Alliance.

At the end of the day, golfers gathered at the Bird of Paradise Restaurant to join emcee Kimo Kahoano for delicious dinner and prizes awarded by the lovely Chelsea Hardin, Miss Hawaii USA 2016, and Alyshia Shimizu, Miss Ultimate Elite 2016. Paul Tomita from Angel Network Charities won the Early Bird Entry Prize, golf for two at Makaha Valley, Olomana Links AND Royal Hawaiian Golf Clubs with golf accessories from James D. Swoish. Julie Miyagi on the Road Safety Services and Design team won the putting contest. Winners of the Closest-to-the-Pin contest were Ron Yamada, Cappy Capelouto, Del-Marc Fujita and Gary Villanueva, and our four winners of the Greenies competition got to share in the Greenie Pot! Team and Lucky Draw prizes included gift certificates from hotels, restaurants and one-of-a-kind experiences.

At the 11:30 a.m. shot gun tee off, golfers were given golf balls courtesy of Bridgestone Golf and HFM FoodService. Hawaii Prince’s Daniel Abergas explained the rules of the 3-man scramble, and emcee Kimo Kahoano started the tournament with a blessing before sending the golfers off. They snacked on chips from Frito Lay and James D. Swoish, Svenhard’s pastries from Hawaii FoodService Alliance, candy bars from Advantage Webco Hawaii and fresh-baked cookies from the DoubleTree by Hilton Alana Waikiki, and enjoyed cold drinks from Coca-Cola Hawaii. One the course, there was a hole-in-one opportunity sponsored by New City Nissan to win a 2016 Nissan Altima, and three chances to win pairs of tickets to Hawaii’s Premier Culinary Event, Great Chefs® Fight Hunger. Golfers could win tickets by correctly guessing “How Many Tees in the Foodbank Jar?” or they could get

The Hawaii Foodbank 12th Annual Golf Classic raised enough to provide almost 76,000 meals to Hawaii’s hungry thanks to the commitment and dedication of the 2016 Hawaii Foodbank Hospitality Coalition, led by the indomitable Fuji Schenck of the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort and Spa. A very big mahalo to our Birdie sponsors A-1 A-Lectrician, First Hawaiian Bank, and Meadow Gold Dairies, and to our Official Travel Sponsor United Airlines. Please save the date for the 13th Annual Hawaii Foodbank Golf Classic on Friday, February 17, 2017 at the Hawaii Prince Golf Club for another exciting round of golf to help feed the hungry!

MAHALO TO THE FOLLOWING TEAMS FOR YOUR SPONSORSHIP AND PARTICIPATION! Birdie Sponsors A-1 A-Lectrician First Hawaiian Bank Meadow Gold Dairies

“The Works” Teams Aloun Farms ALSCO American Savings Bank Angel Network Charities Bridgestone Golf Calvary by the Sea ConAgra Cummins Pacific Expedia Fairmont Specialty Frito-Lay of Hawaii Gerald Shintaku (x2)

Halekulani Hawaii Prince Hotel & Golf Club Hawaii Teamsters Local 996 Hawaii Western Management Group Hawaiian Tel Federal Credit Union HFM FoodService HMSA Honolulu Star-Advertiser Hopaco Office Depot/Max James D. Swoish James L. Starshak Kai Hawaii, Inc. MFS Freight Service MillerCoors Mitsunaga Construction New City Nissan

Nursery Associates, Ltd. Penske Truck Rental & Equipment Leasing Road Safety Services and Design (x2) Times Supermarkets Titan Industries LLC Touchstone Properties, Ltd. United Airlines United Public Workers, AFSCME, Local 646, AFL-CIO Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa (x2)

Hole Sponsors HEMIC Islands Hospice Landscape Hawaii, Inc. Marriott's Ko Olina Beach Club

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MAHALO MESSAGE FROM THE COMMITTEE “Next year’s NALC Food Drive will be marking its 25th year since its inception. Even through economic hardships, the NALC continues to be committed to customer service. It also continues to do more than delivering the mail, the NALC Food Drive is one of its biggest efforts to help feed America’s hungry. Every year we always hope to beat last year’s total.” –Adele Yoshikawa. “Thank you everyone for such a fine effort to raise over 500,000 pounds of food to feed Hawaii’s hungry this year. We truly appreciate the tremendous support of the donors, sponsors, trucking providers, volunteers, staff, and Hawaii State Association of Letter Carriers and the USPS to help Stamp Out Hunger in Hawaii.”—Stan Markle, Director of Product Resourcing, Hawaii Foodbank. Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 13, 2017 for next year’s NALC Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive in Hawaii! JULY 2016

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Koko’o — Partnerships in Fighting Hunger THROWBACK4HUNGER JAMATHON FOOD DRIVE March 19, 2016 – Kamehameha Elementary School student Ivory Unga (11) hosted a ThrowBack4Hunger Jamathon Food Drive with Zumba instructors Debbie Roasario & Mara Bacon Chang at Mililani Ike School, and raised $525 along with 441 pounds of canned goods donations. Mahalo for helping Hawaii Foodbank feed our island ohana!

SPAM JAM FOUNDATION DONATES 37,500 MEALS! April 30, 2016 – The 14th Annual Waikiki SPAM Jam included a special check presentation, at the Outrigger center stage. Bitsy Kelley (left) and Barbara Campbell, President Retail Development and Leasing Outrigger Enterprises Group (right) representing SPAM Jam Foundation, presented a check of $15,000 equivalent to 37,500 meals to Gerald Shintaku, President and CEO of Hawaii Foodbank who happily accepted on behalf of our 287,000 hungry clients.

KIEWIT WAIPAHU STATION CREW WINS SAFETY AWARD OF THE MONTH May 5, 2016 – Congratulations to the Kiewit Waipahu Station Crew, Hawaii Guideway Project for winning the Safety Award of the Month! In celebration, the crew selected the Hawaii Foodbank to receive a $1,000 donation from the Kiewit Infrastructure Group. Lori Kaya, Hawaii Foodbank Grants and Communications Manager gratefully accepted. The Team Donation will distribute food for 2,500 meals to the needy. A big mahalo to the Waipahu Station Crew and Kiewit for their generous support this month and throughout the year!

THE HARRY & JEANETTE WEINBERG FOUNDATION May 17, 2016 – It was Christmas in May at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel when Vice President of Real Estate Investments & Community Affairs Corbett Kalama (right) presented a charitable contribution of $100,000 from The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation to Gerald Shintaku, President and CEO of Hawaii Foodbank (left) which will provide food for 250,000 meals.

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TIMES SUPERMARKETS April 29, 2016 – Times Supermarkets Senior Director of Marketing, Chris Borden (left) presented a check of $146,325.36 to the Hawaii Foodbank. Gerald Shintaku, Hawaii Foodbank President & COO (right), happily received the donation at the 39th Annual Times Supermarket Golf Tournament. The proceeds were raised through this year’s Times Golf Tournament and the Check-Out Hunger Program.

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April 15, 2016 – Mahalo nui loa to Cades Schutte LLP for your outstanding generosity! On behalf of Cades Schutte, LLP Chief Operating Officer May Lee shares some impactful words on giving and commmunity engagement: It’s not just about making a financial donation—it’s about getting involved, and being present in the community. We couldn't be more thankful for our ability to donate over 3 tons, and more than $12,000 to the Hawaii Foodbank this year. Over the past month our entire team came together to support one common goal and make these donations possible. Cades' attorney Kelly LaPorte (right), pictured here with Food Drive Manager Kim Bartenstein (left), sums it up perfectly: “The Foodbank helps so many in our community, we are honored to be able to contribute to their cause.”

AGENCY SPOTLIGHT

Partners in Development Foundation For nearly two decades, Partners in Development Foundation has dedicated their efforts deeply rooted in traditional Hawaiian values and practices to address current affairs in ho‘ona‘auao education, ahupua‘a in environmental stewardship, economic development and community health. PDIF has devised several programs Members of Nā Pono No Nā ‘Ohana Staff including Tūtū and Me and Nā Pono No Nā ‘Ohana. The foundation’s first program was established in 2001 as a free traveling preschool. It has pioneered the fruition of Ka Pa‘alana Homeless Family Education Program which works in partnerships with agencies and the Hawaii Foodbank in the Leeward coast. As a result of socio-economic conditions infused with ‘ohana values, Grandparents or tūtū, are often the primary caregivers of their young grandchildren. Today, the effects of this program reaches hundreds of at-risk children and their caregivers through a hands-on curriculum provided in 28 communities throughout the

Nā Pono No Nā ‘Ohana at Waiamanalo Beach

state: six on O‘ahu, twelve on the Big Island, four on Kaua‘i, two on Molokai and four on Maui. Another successful program of PIDF is Nā Pono No Nā ‘Ohana, a comprehensive family education program. The program is located at Blanche Pope Elementary School in Waimanalo where the parent/caregivers and their children attend together in an environment that nurtures learning and promotes education beyond reading and writing. This implementation of the ahupua‘a system provides a great way for adults to have fun while learning, playing and socializing. While there are observable variances in the practices of Hawaiian traditions and western values, both share overlapping core concepts such as pa‘ahana (righteousness), kela (excellence), alaka‘i (leadership), and ku i ka ni‘o (achievement). The difference is in their philosophy: Rather than drawing attention to individual achievements, Hawaiians practice these values by striving for excellence through hard work for the benefit of the group. “Partners in Development Foundation inspires and equips families and communities for success and service, using timeless Hawaiian values and traditions.” –mission statement of Partners in Development Foundation https://www.pidf.org/

Harry C. & Nee Chang C. Wong Foundation FOOD DROP OFF AREA April 14, 2016 – A big thank you to Island Palm Community for their generous contribution of 6,952 pounds of non-perishable food and $650. The donations will allow the Hawaii Foodbank to provide food for 7,099 meals to feed Hawaii’s hungry! Left to right: Greg Valencia, Keller Alex (temp), Dane Garnette, Justin Leiwalo, Debbi McQuay, Susan Mills, Steve Ellis, Tom Adams, Pete Sims, Emmit Gabrillo, Dino Campollo JULY 2016

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HAWAII FOODBANK, INC. 2611 Kilihau Street Honolulu, HI 96819

Nonprofit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Hawaii Foodbank

Phone: 808.836.3600 Fax: 808.836.2272 www.hawaiifoodbank.org Email: [email protected]

Helping to Feed Hawaii’s Hungry

Nourishing Body and Soul Jade Moon

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hat a year this has been—and it’s only half over! Hawaii Foodbank has been BUSY. Want to know how hard these good people work? Here’s just a partial list of the events they pull off every year in order to keep the mission alive and healthy: • • • • • • • • • •

Community Food Drives Annual Hunger Walk Canstruction Rack-A-Thon Check-Out Hunger KickOff Breakfast Annual Food Drive Day Great Chefs® Fight Hunger Annual Golf Classic National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive

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Whew. That’s a lot. But there’s a reason for it all—and we see it every day in the eyes and the lives of the people who need us. We see the families who scrape together the money they need for rent and electricity… and food. We see children who either are too young to know how their parents worry, or are old enough to wonder where their next meal is coming from.

elusive brass ring of security. We see Germaya, an orphan, with her sisters and her brothers. They look out for each other but they accept the help of Pastor Charlie Lorenz, Executive Director of Feeding Hawaii Together. It’s a non-profit agency that provides food, but also clothes... and books. That’s right, books. I like that. Feed and clothe the body, nourish the mind.

We see kupuna, aunties and uncles who pinch their pennies, yet can’t stretch fixed incomes enough to make it to the end of the month.

When you become part of our Hawaii Foodbank family, that’s exactly what you’re doing. You’re helping us feed bodies and minds, AND providing a big helping of hope.

We see the homeless. We see those who are just a step or two away from homelessness.

Mahalo, once again, for choosing to help the Hawaii Foodbank and, by extension, our entire Hawaii ‘ohana.

We see men and women working hard yet never quite able to grasp the

Because we don’t let family go hungry. Because we care.