Kapiolani Community College
To source local farm products, including beef, for meals in community feeding efforts.
Assistance was provided through the University of Hawaii Foundation to support Kapiolani Community College’s preparation of emergency school meals. Funds specifically helped purchase local beef and “grab and go” food products from companies such as La Tour Café (another Ulupono partner) and Zippy’s. At times, the college prepared 1,000 school meals a day.
Kapiolani Community College has been helping to feed hungry children at various Oahu sites as part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Service Program, which ensures children who qualify for free or reduced-price lunches have access to nutritious meals and snacks when school is not in session.
How We Partnered
$20,000 grant provided through the Ulupono Fund at the Hawaii Community Foundation
Support the preparation of emergency school meals.
Funds used to purchase local beef and "grab and go" food products.
At a Glance
- Investment Area
- Food, Local produce
- Financial Model
- Total Investment
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