FTHF receives more than $1 million from Kamehameha Schools and Hawai’i Pacific Health

Feed The Hunger Fund is excited to announce $260,000 in awards to three small-scale food entrepreneurs as part of a financial collaboration with Hawai‘i Pacific Health and Kamehameha Schools totaling more than $1 million. Hawaiʻi Pacific Health and Kamehameha Schools each provided $525,000, largely in loans, to Feed The Hunger Fund. Among the first businesses receiving loans from Feed The Hunger Fund as part of this partnership are:

  • Kanekoa Farms
  • Mokuwai Piko Poi
  • Aloha ‘Ᾱina Poi Company

We are humbled and grateful for this incredible partnership to further our work in Hawaii to create access to opportunity and funding for greater food security and sustainability.

To read more about our partnership with Kamehameha Schools T, Hawai’i Pacific Health and our fund recipients, read the recent article in Pacific Business News (PBN), Nonprofit awards three food entrepreneurs $260K in loans to support local agriculture