Monsanto Hawaii Employees Volunteer at the Ka `Ohana Kitchen

During the month of February, 10 Monsanto employees participated in the Rural Hunger Campaign by volunteering at the Ka `Ohana Kitchen for three consecutive Sundays.

Nema Rabino, who volunteered with her two children, nephew and niece, said the project “was a very good experience for the children to give back to our community and receive community service credits at the school that they attend.”

Ka `Ohana Kitchen at Good Shepherd Church in Wailuku, Maui, began 13 years ago to serve a free hot meal to anyone, every Sunday. Today, hot meals are provided to approximately 60 guests by rotating teams from the Good Shepherd congregation with groups of volunteers from the community.

Monsanto’s volunteers have formed a team and are now part of Ka `Ohana Kitchen’s rotation, serving food and aloha to Maui’s families in need.