Meals but no money

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Lisa Marie Akau of the American Federation of Government Employees, center, watches as off-duty Transportation Security Administration employee Chris Gaines, right, offers to help Leilani Mindoro of the United Public Workers load a federal employee’s car during the Feeding the Feds food distribution at the Hawaii Government Employees Association offices in Lihue Thursday.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Lisa Marie Akau of the American Federation of Government Employees, center, briefs volunteers, including from left Lillian Bennett, Marilyn Harker and Leilani Mindoro, who are ready to move bags of food to federal workers who are either working without pay or furloughed, Thursday during the Feeding the Feds food distribution at the Hawaii Government Employees Association offices in Lihue.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Off-duty Transportation Security Administration worker Jeanette LeDuc, left, watches as Chris Gaines, another TSA worker volunteering, and Leilani Mindoro of the United Public Workers load up LeDuc’s vehicle Thursday during the Feeding the Feds food distribution at the Hawaii Government Employees Association offices in Lihue.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Jeanette LeDuc, off-duty from the Transportation Security Administration, center, processes paperwork for herself and other co-workers who were on shift with Erna Kamibayashi, left, and Debbie Ventura, Thursday during the Feeding the Feds food distribution at the Hawaii Government Employees Association offices in Lihue.

LIHUE — A food drop organized by labor unions and the Hawaii Foodbank distributed bags of food Thursday afternoon to nearly a hundred federal employees who have been working for weeks without pay.

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