Hawaii Farm Bureau Foundation
To help local farmers feed local families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Hawaii Farm Bureau Foundation will administer and distribute the funds to Hawaii farmers and non-profit organizations that purchase produce from Hawaii farmers. The aim is to bolster and sustain local food growers and the supply and distribution chain to meet the needs with fresh, locally grown food as the people of Hawaii unite to overcome the novel coronavirus.
Who We Worked With
The Hawai‘i Farm Bureau Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization created to further promote agriculture and farming, and to enhance environmental stewardship in the State of Hawaii, through agricultural research, education, training, management, and public outreach. Created in 2007, the foundation addresses the critical needs and services of farmers and the agricultural industry.
How We Partnered
$150,000 grant provided through the Ulupono Fund at the Hawaii Community Foundation
- To help farmers feed local families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Sustain local food growers and the supply and distribution chain in the State of Hawaii.
- Provide funds to local farmers to continue providing fresh produce to families Statewide.
At a Glance
- Investment Area
- Food, Local Food Production
- Financial Model
- Total Investment