KIFB gets community help

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Errol McGowan, Andrew Yasay and Kaimana Wilson of the Kaua‘i Paramedics Association present a $2,500 check to the Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank Thursday at the KIFB facility in Nawiliwili. From left are KIFB’s Rizalde Tolentino and Leona Perez, paramedics Yasay and McGowan, KIFB’s Ammon Kakazu, Kelvin Moniz and Dana Garwin, and paramedic and Wilson.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Darla Domingo and Fred Cowell of Kaua‘i Coffee Company present $1,600 and a boxload of food totaling 114 pounds to the Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank’s Kelvin Moniz and Rudy Pagulayan Thursday at the Kaua‘i Coffee Visitor Center t Numila.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island From left, Kaua‘i Coffee Company's Darla Domingo, the Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank's Rudy Pagulayan and Kelvin Moniz and Kaua‘i Coffee Company Manager Fred Cowell show off the $1,600 and boxload of food totaling 114 pounds Kaua‘i Coffee contributed to KIFB Thursday.

NAWILIWILI — Thursday was a day to reload for the Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank, which wrapped up its day with contributions totaling more than $4,000 from two organizations — Kaua‘i Coffee Company and the Kaua‘i Paramedics Association.

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