Hawai’i Foodbank

In collaboration with the Hawaii Food Bank and the Honolulu Community Action Program, KEY Project hosts 2 food distributions each month to serve individuals and families in need. Food Bank days are on the 1st Tuesday and 3rd Monday of the month and start at 2pm. Please see the calendar for dates. Participants are asked to park on the street or at the park. For safety reasons, there is no parking at the KEY Project.

The Hawaii Food Bank has transitioned to a computerized check in system called Link2Feed. All participants are required to complete a registration form annually and show a valid ID to receive food.

“KEY Project has been a partner agency of Aloha United Way since the early 1970’s. Our community center, today, continues to enjoy financial support from Aloha United Way under that agency’s “Safety Net” Impact-area funding – supporting KEY as a delivery point for food items. KEY collaborates with the Hawaii Food Bank, Honolulu Community Action Program, area churches and volunteers as one of the island-wide sites for `Ohana Distributions.”

All participants must register. Please bring an ID and a rolling cart, boxes or bags to hold your food items. Parking is on the road or at the park next door. The line forms at the banyan tree and food is distributed from 2pm to 3:30pm.