As the Hawaii Foodbank, in partnership with the City and County of Honolulu, continues its large-scale drive-thru operations, Servco team members continue to show their aloha spirit. On Friday, May 9, Servco joined hundreds of community volunteers who assisted at the Hawaii Foodbank’s third “Food for Hawaiʻi’s ʻOhana” distribution at Leeward Community College, handing out nearly 4,000 bags to families suffering from economic hardship due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
In the evening, another group of Team Servco volunteers supported Every1ne Hawaii at their Community Face Mask Distribution in Moiliili. The distribution was open to all and those in need of a face mask could drive-up, walk-up, or bike-up.
On Saturday, Team Servco volunteers participated in Child and Family Services’ Festival of Hope for Families to distribute necessities to families in need. Over 400 vehicles were provided with a trunk full of fresh food and groceries provided by Aloha Harvest, keiki activity bags filled with books, games, and toys, and a special Mother’s Day treat, consisting of cookies, a macaron, and a rose.