Independent Food Bank relies on monetary donations,
grants and other gifts, as well as food donations to
support our operations and our program initiatives.
Our physical plant includes the maintainance of a 4,000
square foot warehouse and a fleet of vehicles, including
a refrigerated truck, delivery/pick-up vehicles,
forklifts, pallet jacks and other necessary equipment
for the efficient operation of the organization.
We have a large walk-in refrigerator to house and
display our perishable items. In addition to the
operational needs we occasionally purchase food to meet
specific needs of our agencies and communities.
initiatives are funded by specific grants, trust awards
and cash donations that assist in the provision of the
much needed services requested by the expressed needs and
circumstances that arise.
collaboratively with several community agencies to
provide services to the citizens of Kauai including:
1. Kauai Boys and Girls Club
2.Westside Ni'ihau BackPack Program-Ni'ihau Charter
Schools in Kekaha
3.Westside Keiki Cafe at Waimea High School,Waimea
Canyon Middle School, Kekaha Neighborhood center and
YWCA After School
Program-Kapaa Elementary School
5.Lihue Keiki Cafe-Wilcox Elementary School
6.Anahola & Kilauea
7. Kupa'a Kokua Kupuna- A senior's program that permits
seniors to acquire fresh produce, fruits, dairy
products, bakery items and other nutritious foods.
given to the Kauai Independent Food Bank makes a difference:
||All donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
||Donor lists are not sold, rented or shared with other organizations.