aloha harvest

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This week on Helping Hand, join HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence with returning guest Aloha Harvest, a nonprofit with a unique way of both tackling food waste and supporting those in need of food. Aloha Harvest Executive Director Phil Acosta explains the many ways people can support them, from donating food to volunteering, to even ways you can meet up with them at a couple of area weekly Farmers Markets.

courtesy of Nik Lacchin of luckydesigns.org

This week on Helping Hand, it’s a return visit from Aloha Harvest. HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence speaks with Executive Director Kuulei Williams about their unique way of rescuing food destined to be thrown away and getting it to people in need at a variety of shelters and food pantries serving the homeless, victims of domestic violence and other vulnerable populations.

courtesy of Nik Lacchin of luckydesigns.org

This week Aloha Harvest return to Helping Hand to discuss the innovative way this nonprofit rescues an average of three-tons of food each day, then donates it to 170+ food pantries, shelters and other organizations feeding the needy in the Aloha State. There are lots of ways to help them, including some supported by local musician and philanthropist Jack Johnson.

courtesy of Nik Lacchin

This week on Helping Hand we’re welcoming back Aloha Harvest. The non-profit organization has a unique way of both tackling food waste and supporting those in need of food, plsu there is an event this evening that benefits them. Executive Director Ku'ulei Williams speaks with HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence.

The Conversation: Friday, April 22nd, 2016

Apr 22, 2016
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Zero Waste Initiative at HPR; Storyteller Margaret Read McDonald; Global Climate Outlook; Haleakalā National Park Centennial

Zero Waste Initiative Follow Up: Ku’ulei Williams

Artwork Courtesy of Nik Lacchin