400 Bags of Food Distributed to Hāna Residents in Need

April 30, 2020, 11:56 AM HST · Updated April 30, 11:56 AM
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    An estimated 400 bags of food were distributed Wednesday, April 29, to individuals impacted by COVID-19 in Hāna.

    The distribution was a joint effort with Project Hoʻomana, VIP Foodservice, Mahi Pono, Maui Soda & Ice Works, Maui County Farm Bureau, the County of Maui and volunteers.

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    County official say 5,000 bags of food and produce have been distributed to communities across Maui County during their COVID-19 response.

    “To all the local businesses and volunteers in the Hāna community, mahalo for making this a huge success for our people in need,” Mayor Michael Victorino said in a press release update. “These food distributions have brought our community closer together and they would not have been possible without the help of all our partners. I continue to be grateful for all their support.”

    For more information on COVID-19 in Maui County, visit mauicounty.gov.

    Volunteers distribute bags of food to people in need at Hāna Ball Park. The Hawaiʻi State Senate / Photographer Tony Dejetley

    Volunteers distribute bags of food to people in need at Hāna Ball Park. The Hawaiʻi State Senate / Photographer Tony Dejetley

    Volunteers distribute bags of food to people in need at Hāna Ball Park. The Hawaiʻi State Senate / Photographer Tony Dejetley

    Volunteers distribute bags of food to people in need at Hāna Ball Park. The Hawaiʻi State Senate / Photographer Tony Dejetley

    Volunteers distribute bags of food to people in need at Hāna Ball Park. The Hawaiʻi State Senate / Photographer Tony Dejetley

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