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Credit Unions Donated $2,500 and 2,300 Pounds of Goods to Maui Food Bank

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Five credit unions on Maui collected 2,300 pounds of good and $2,500 during a recent campaign to help the Maui Food Bank.

The Credit Unions of Maui Coalition collectively donated approximately 2,300 pounds of food and more than $2,500 in monetary donations for the Maui Food Bank.

The coalition includes: Kahului Federal Credit Union, Maui Federal Credit Union, Maui Teachers Federal Credit Union, Valley Isle Community Federal Credit Union and Wailuku Federal Credit Union.

The drive was held June 1 through July 31, with other credit unions throughout the state participating in a statewide effort to fight hunger. With many still recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, food banks continue to need help to replenish their inventories.

The Annual Food Drive was coordinated by the Hawai’i Credit Union League.

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