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Rev’ULUtion Student Art Contest – DEADLINE JUNE 30, 2020!

We want YOUR help to raise awareness about how ‘ulu (breadfruit) can make Hawai‘i more food secure, healthy, and sustainable! REVʻULUTION STUDENT ART CONTEST THEME: ‘Ulu’s Place in Hawai‘i: Past, Present & Future DEADLINE…

Need a face mask? These organizations are holding distribution events

Many Hawaii residents are scrambling to get their hands on face masks, especially under emergency orders requiring people to wear masks to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Some organizations are stepping in to help people…
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HIPHI COVID-19 Update 4/27

Hawai‘i continues to show positive signs, with the number of new COVID-19 continuing to slow and our healthcare system is operating within its capacity. Over the weekend, Governor Ige extended the stay-at-home order until May 31, with the…
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Hawai‘i School Garden Talk Story Weekly Sessions

Hawai‘i Farm to School Hui members held the first Hawai’i School Garden Talk Story online session on Friday, April 17th, 2020, and will be hosting a series of weekly online events in support of educators and school garden programs during…
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“Watchu Eatin’?” Youth Food Photo Contest & Survey – Deadline April 30, 2020!

Calling all Hawai‘i high school students (ages 13-18)! The Hawai‘i Youth Food Council wants to know, “Watchu Eatin'?” Enter this Youth Food Photo Contest by submitting your food photo and story for a chance to win great prizes! The contest…

City partners with community organizations to launch massive food distribution program

The city is partnering with several community organizations to launch a massive food distribution program for hundreds of thousands of people in need across Oahu. The city and Hawaii Resilience Fund both donated $1 million…

‘Farm to Car’ program provides safe option to buy local produce while helping farmers

As restaurants remain closed or offer takeout and delivery only, Hawaii’s farmers are struggling to stay in business. The COVID-19 pandemic also forced the closure of almost all farmers markets. At the beginning of this…

Food pantry offers online registration, drive-thru pickup to meet growing demand

From its new location in Kalihi, Feeding Hawaii Together is distributing free food to a growing number of people who have registered with the non-profit for assistance. Lellani Dalton drove in from Pearl City to get her order…
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HIPHI COVID-19 Update 4/20

Hawai‘i is now in its fourth week of the statewide stay at home order and currently has 584 cases of COVID-19, with 423 recovered and 10 deaths. Thanks to your efforts to reduce the spread, Hawai‘i has among the lowest documented rates of…

NAMI Launches Free Mental Health Support, Art Therapy

The Hawaii branch of the National Alliance on Mental Health is offering an online art and music therapy workshop, as well as a new series of virtual support groups for people battling mental illness and their caregivers. Both offerings…

Hawaiian Airlines to transport 2 million face masks to Hawaii

Hawaiian Airlines chartered a cargo flight to China Saturday, which will bring 2 million face masks back to the islands. The effort is in partnership with the grassroots community group Every1ne Hawaii. The…

Governor’s emergency order requires everyone to wear face masks at essential businesses

The governor is now mandating that everyone wear a face mask or covering while in essential businesses — or while waiting to get inside. The requirement was included in an emergency supplemental proclamation issued Friday…