Food Drive Day 2024

On Saturday, August 24, we’re excited to bring together our local community in the fight against hunger. Join us by hosting a food and fund drive, then drop off your donations at the Maui Food Bank on Food Drive Day between 8:00 am – 12:00 pm.

ʻAi Holo Volunteer Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in volunteering for Maui Food Bank’s Ai Holo Food Box Program, formerly known as the Kaukau 4 Keiki Program. The Ai Holo Program is distributing 600 food boxes to the doors of keiki across Moloka’i, Lana’i, and Maui Island. Distributions will vary by location. Once you sign up online, you will be given an additional email with more details coming from

Da Market Lahaina

Maui Food Bank and the American Red Cross welcome you to a friendly marketplace experience in Lahaina, where we provide fresh foods and essential household items (at no cost) for those affected by the Maui wildfires.

Fidelity National Title & Escrow Matching Funds Drive

As the anniversary of the Maui fires approaches, Fidelity National Title & Escrow (Hawaii) is launching a matching funds drive to support The Maui Food Bank (Aug 1-8). Donate now!

Need food now?

Maui Food Bank has food distribution locations across the island.

Please use the buttons below to download the food distribution site list or to view our interactive map of the locations.

Disclaimer: Days and hours are subject to change without notice due to emergencies, weather and/or holidays. Please call to confirm distributions ahead of time.

How We Help

The Maui Food Bank provides safe and nutritious food to anyone in Maui County who is at risk of going hungry.

The Maui Food Bank is our community’s primary safety net for providing hunger relief to those in need. Our purpose is to collect and distribute food to organizations and agencies that rely on us to help improve the quality of life of those in our island ‘ohana. The Maui Food Bank exists to ensure that no one in Maui County will go hungry. We fulfill our mission with compassion, integrity and aloha.

Maui Food Bank - Our Programs

Our Programs

Learn more about all the ways we help the hungry in Maui County. Click here to Learn More »

Hold a Food Drive in Maui

Hold A Food Drive

Help the hungry in Maui County by holding a food drive at your business, school, place of worship, community service club, or in your neighborhood. Click here to Learn More »

Make a Donation to Maui Food Bank

Make A Donation

There are lots of ways to make a contribution, from a one-time donation to leaving a legacy. Find out about all the ways that you can give. Click here to Learn More »

Virtual Food Drive

Virtual Food Drive

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Why We Help

A recent study commissioned by the Hawaii State Department of Health reveals that people living in Maui County are at serious risk for having one of the highest rates of food insecurity in the state. Of those who benefit from the Maui food Bank—65% have an income below the official poverty guidelines, 37% are working households. Almost 50% of the people we serve are single moms and one in five children in Maui County is currently at risk of going hungry. This is a 62% increase in the last decade.

Hunger affects low-income families and individuals, as well as people who live in extreme poverty. People who suffer from hunger are confronted with constant shame, worry and insecurity about how they are going to feed themselves and their families. Hunger impairs a child’s ability to learn, grow and stay healthy. Among the elderly, it exacerbates chronic health problems and speeds the onset of degenerative diseases. In every age group hunger impedes people from having healthy and productive lives.

community impact for March 2024

Pounds of Food Distributed

Pounds of Food Distributed

Volunteer Hours Served

Volunteer Hours Served

where does my donation go?

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Program Services: 93%

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Fundraising Expenses: 5%

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Admin Expenses: 2%

let's do this

Donate today and help the hungry in Maui County.

where to go for help

Call 211

If you are in need of food, call 211 for a list of active food pantries, soup kitchens and additional service providers.

top 7 needed items:

Financial Contributions
Canned meat & tuna
Canned fruits & vegetables
Canned meals & soups
Cereal
Rice
Pasta