Ad 2 Honolulu is Proud to Announce Our  2017-2018 Public Service Client

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Aloha Harvest is a food rescue organization found only in Hawaii. Their mission is to rescue and deliver quality, excess food to help feed Oahu’s hungry. Aloha Harvest accepts perishable and nonperishable food separating themselves from any other food donation in Hawaii. 

They have rescued more than 18 million pounds of food since their start in 1999. In 2016, the organization rescued more than two million pounds of food, feeding more than 50,000 low income and homeless people. 

They strive to provide a solution to food insecurity and food waste by diverting excess food to those in need. Their recipients range from homeless and domestic abuse shelters to Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii- filling the need for nutritious meals they may not get at home. The donor list is also vast ranging from restaurants and grocery stores, to churches, bakeries, and catering services. 


Meet Aloha Harvest and Ad 2 Honolulu Public Service Team

  (From L to R)  Ad 2 Honolulu Public Service Chair Alexis Bennet, Aloha Harvest Executive Director Kuulei Williams, Aloha Harvest Communications Coordinator Kayla Emineth, Ad 2 Honolulu Public Service member Levi Porter

 

(From L to R)  Ad 2 Honolulu Public Service Chair Alexis Bennet, Aloha Harvest Executive Director Kuulei Williams, Aloha Harvest Communications Coordinator Kayla Emineth, Ad 2 Honolulu Public Service member Levi Porter