Feeding with Compassion and Aloha

 

 

  

 


Who We Are
'Hale', the Hawaiian word meaning 'house', and 'Kau Kau' (a Hawaiian pidgin word) meaning 'chow'. Founded by a diverse group of South Maui individuals in August of 1991, these founders decided to build upon an unnamed, but very active, meal program serving the hungry. Hale Kau Kau still continues this service today at Saint Theresa Church.

Our Mission
To alleviate hunger by providing nutritious meals to the hungry and homebound in a safe, loving, and supportive environment.

What We Do

Every night of the year we serve a free, hot, nutritious meal unconditionally- no questions asked- to anyone who comes to our kitchen at meal time. 
Every night of the year we deliver a free, hot nutritious meal to the elderly, ill, and disabled homebound clients in South Maui. 
In collaboration with Keolahou Hawaiian Congregational Church, we distribute weekly food baskets and emergency food supplies to families in crisis. 


 


Hale Kau Kau Happenings: A Calendar of Events
 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you looking to find purpose, meaning, or a way to leverage your impact on your community through using your time, talent, or treasure?

Hale Kau Kau offers several avenues of service that you can participate in to find this fulfillment and become a Hale Kau Kau Champion.

First, discover volunteering. Bring your time and talent to the kitchen, a driving route, or the office. See what we do, and why we do it. Maybe you’ll discover a hidden calling, ability, or skill, or even some lasting friendships.

Second, Give. Every $100 dollar gift purchases approximately 200 meals. Or 150 lbs. of rice. Or 50 lbs of chicken. And innumerable smiles. Consider becoming a sustaining giver.

Third, become a Champion. Share our story with your colleagues, friends, neighbors.

Partner with us in feeding the hungry of South Maui by letting your community know how we are changing lives. Help them become Champions too!

Visit us on                                   
https://www.facebook.com/halekaukau25

The Stomp Hunger 5k and 1 M Walk was a successful event due to our Sponsors:

Major Sponsors: Maui Tacos, KarMart, Hawaii USA FCU,  Island Podiatry, Fortune Chiropractic Goodfellow Bros.INC , James Takamiya

Minor Sponsors: Armstrong Painting, Maria Ginnebaugh, Realtor;           Clive Lobo, Personal Trainer; Gail and Joe Mitchell; Mike Trotto, Pali Kai Realtors; PAZ-Make America Great! 

          


Our Latest News

Our Walkers: Pat Ziegler
Dick Endean Michaeline Archangel
Paul Arsuaga Tonya Cavin
Tim Curran Gerri Endean
David Knowles
Jennifer Knowles
Gail and Joe Mitchell
Bonnie Quinn
 

the Stomp out Hunger 5K run results

Clive Lobo M 45-49 19:51:00 overall M
Katie Healy - Lowney F 35-39 20:38:00 overall F
AGE GROUP PL.
Lillian Madaya F 10 under 41:55:00 1
Sundi King F 10 under 43:40:00 2
Jatke Arcangel-Stockwell F 10 under 43:40:00 3
Maria King F 11-14 36:20:00 1
Jan San Agustin F 11-14 38:25:00 2
Ashlee Hunter F 25-29 32:15:00 1
Rebecca Arsuaga F 25-29 34:39:00 2
Stephanie Toussaint F 25-29 41:57:00 3
Colleen Waelzlein F 30-34 22:08:00 1
Sarah Feenstra F 30-34 24:43:00 2
Kara Warren F 30-34 26:10:00 3
Zohra Boudrissa F 30-34 26:30:00 4
TATIANA STEVENSON-AFONINA F 30-34 29:17:00 5
Diana Laham F 30-34 37:57:00 6
Danielle Barnes F 30-34 43:45:00 7
Kolter Kalberg M 30-34 26:13:00 8
Steve Harvey M 30-34 30:46:00 9
John Galvan M 30-34 38:21:00 10
Sara Dilallo F 35-39 24:03:00 1
Edyta Zylak F 35-39 24:34:00 2
Maricel Abad F 35-39 29:02:00 3
Louise Webb F 35-39 37:42:00 4
Michelle Arcangel F 35-39 52:52:00 5
Kathleen Kenney F 40-44 22:50:00 1
Marie Madaya F 40-44 41:56:00 2
Sarah Martinez F 45-49 25:28:00 1
Candy Stahl F 45-49 29:14:00 2
Vanessa Barbosa F 45-49 30:44:00 3
Michelle Nevius F 45-49 35:19:00 4
Lara Cole F 45-49 36:45:00 5
Trish Link F 45-49 38:22:00 6
Emelda Schaefer F 45-49 40:53:00 7
Iwona Snyder F 45-49 49:56:00 8
Wilson Lai M 45-49 23:01:00 1
Stephen Bradley M 45-49 25:04:00 2
Kevin Madaya M 45-49 28:44:00 3
Tim Curran M 45-49 31:52:00 4
Dr. Steve King M 45-49 34:10:00 5
Rick Morris M 45-49 38:24:00 6
Brad Snyder M 45-49 49:58:00 7
America Salinas F 50-54 27:21:00 1
Jackie Lai F 50-54 27:41:00 2
Patty Philips F 50-54 33:35:00 3
Janet King F 50-54 38:53:00 4
Rhonda Harvey F 50-54 40:30:00 5
Phyllis Thurman F 50-54 40:30:00 6
Joanne Stapleton F 50-54 43:29:00 7
Trixie Galam F 50-54 47:56:00 8
Mark Lorenzo M 50-54 24:08:00 9
Paul Comeau M 50-54 24:26:00 10
Daniel Phillips M 50-54 41:57:00 11
Cheryl Huett F 55-59 28:00:00 1
Yvonne Fahringer F 55-59 31:18:00 2
Pedro Foronda M 55-59 26:03:00 3
Carol Comeau F 60-64 28:29:00 1
Pam Wolf F 60-64 30:10:00 2
Lucia Park F 60-64 31:14:00 3
Roxanne Stillman F 60-64 33:15:00 4
Donna Miller F 60-64 60:08:31 5
John Gorman M 60-64 21:44:00 1
Gary Huett M 60-64 28:20:00 2
Steve Stillman M 60-64 31:35:00 3
Jim Miller M 60-64 60:07:09 4
Maureen Keller F 65-69 35:45:00 1
Margo Dean F 65-69 35:47:00 2
Lupe Szymanski F 65-69 47:55:00 3
Jerry Wolf M 65-69 24:52:00 4
Clarence Fune M 65-69 27:45:00 5
Ron Kaspzyk M 65-69 29:49:00 6
Betty Arsuaga F 70-74 35:19:00 1
Karen Barber F 70-74 36:10:00 2
David Barber M 70-74 27:45:00 1
Rich Nash M 70-74 49:59:00 2
Erving James M 70-74 60:00:14 3
Antonio Ramil M 75-79 70:02:00 1
Barbara Barnhart F WhCh 33:52:00 1
Ava Heller F WheelCh 36:10:00 2
Sunshine Apao F WheelCh 37:55:00 3
Stephanie Lomeli F WheelCh 41:53:00 4
Keizhawn Daquis M WhCh 38:40:00 1
Eugene Lurendez M WhCh 38:53:00 2