HFUF has been awarded grants from Hawaii Department of Agriculture (HDOA), the Atherton Foundation, Maui County, and Kamehameha Schools. These fund a variety of projects, from flood relief on Kauai, to a Food Hub on Oahu, and the Farm Apprentice Mentoring (FAM) program on Maui.  Since HFUF is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, your generous donations are tax deductible as allowed by law. Click the PayPal button below to make a secure online donation - in the amount of your choice - with your credit card, debit card, or PayPal account.

Hawaii Farmers Union Foundation (HFUF) recognizes that climate change, pressure on our fresh water resources, global political instability, and a fragile global food supply chain are factors that contribute to food insecurity. As a buffer against this insecurity, we ask our sponsors, donors, and supporters to invest in local farmers and sustainable agriculture in Hawaii.

The solution is at our fingertips: Local farmers using regenerative agricultural practices to build soil and produce nutritious and delicious locally grown food.

That’s our approach to sustainability in Hawaii.  It is time to be the change we want to see. We ask for your support to grow the future our grandchildren deserve to enjoy.

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“The HFUU mission is a path that brings into light the importance of a community building through agricultural diversity. By collaborating and cooperating with one another and nature, in the task and relationship of growing nutrient rich food, we maintain our own wellbeing and vitality and contribute to a more prosperous and abundant community.

Encouraging others to invest in the agricultural system they want is central to HFUF/HFUU’s horizontally oriented leadership, with every member honored as an important piece of the puzzle.

I support and advocate for family farmers in making a living at farming while valuing regenerative soil practices that promote sustainability for future generations, along with growing our agricultural presence throughout the state.” – Vincent Mina, HFUU President

“If you eat food, support your farmers.” – Melissa Jenks-Olivit, former HFUU Membership Chair

From all of us at Hawai’i Farmers Union United (HFUU) mahalo nui for your support!

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