There are more than 300,000 kūpuna living in Hawaiʻi and more than 57,000 of our kūpuna are estimated to live alone. For kūpuna living in isolation, with physical limitations, or with chronic illness, inability to regularly shop can reduce access to consistent, nutritious meals. Food service providers help meet this need by providing free or subsidized meals to kūpuna; however, these providers may not be able to reach every individual need due to geographical restrictions and limited capacity. Additionally, homebound seniors may require specialized meals, or have additional needs that are not addressed by traditional meal delivery services. As a result, service providers across sectors are coordinating efforts to provide referrals and wraparound service to kūpuna at risk. The KFSC works to augment these services by creating space for innovation, collaboration, and reflection.