Labor Community Services Program
The Labor Community Services Program works through our partnerships to unite organizations, working people, and resources to build a healthier community.
COVID-19 Weekly Food Distribution Schedule:
OAHU: Every 3rd Thursday, 10:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m. or until food runs out
*PLS DO NOT LINE UP UNTIL 9:30 a.m.*
Kalaeloa-Nanakuli Housing Corporation
91-1041 Midway Street
Kapolei, HI 96707
MAUI: Thursdays, 9-11 or until the food runs out
777 Maui Veterans Hwy
Kahului, HI 96732
Please contact Hawaii Foodbank Kauai for any questions regarding the Kauai Food Distributions.
The Rising Resiliently Program – County Neighborhood Centers (16 weeks starting 9/23/2020)
The County of Kauai is using CARES Act funds to provide weekly food distributions to individuals and families who have been economically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Each week, households must submit their application through this survey link and supply their documentation indicating their current economic need. After submitting, applicants will receive an email back within 48 hours indicating whether they were approved or disapproved for the program that week. Households will indicate on their survey application EACH WEEK which neighborhood center (NC) they would like to pick up from and their preferred time (morning or afternoon).
Pickup times & Locations:
Waimea Neighborhood Center: Wednesday and Friday from 9-12 or 1-4
Hanapepe Neighborhood Center: Wednesday and Friday from 9-12 or 1-4
Koloa Neighborhood Center: Wednesday and Friday from 9-12 or 1-4
Lihue Neighborhood Center: Tuesday & Thursday from 9-12 or 1-4
Kapaa Neighborhood Center: Tuesday & Thursday from 9-12 or 1-4
Kilauea Neighborhood Center: Tuesday & Thursday from 9-12 or 1-4
Kokua No Ka Ohana (Help for Family)
Distribution of food for Kauai families – funded by Cares Act/Hawaii Community Foundation
Project duration - 9 weeks starting
Sept. 24 – Lihue Vidinha
Oct. 1 – Kilauea, Common Ground
Oct. 8 – Hanapepe Stadium
Oct. 17 (Sat.) – Kekaha Park
Oct. 22 – Kapaa Ball Park
Oct. 29 – Koloa, St Raphael Church
Nov. 5 – Anahola Clubhouse
Nov. 12 – Kapaa Ball Park
Nov. 19 – Lihue Vidinha
Our L.C.S.P. strengthens the community by enlisting volunteers which encourages a sense of responsibility by organizing various service projects.
Through our direct services, we are able to provide a safety net for those in need.
We offer Learning Sessions tailored to build solidarity in our common goals and current events in the union movement.
*The background photo is from one of our weekly food was distributions. Mahalo to the local food banks for partnering with us to help those in need.