FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, December 9, 2020 – Love’s Bakery, a fixture in Hawaii for nearly 170 years continues to do its part to support communities in Hawaii through its Season of Giving food donations. The Institute for Human Services (IHS) was one of the first beneficiaries of Love’s assisting Honolulu non-profits over 42 years ago. And Love’s continues to support their efforts. See the video HERE.

Connie Mitchell, Executive Director of IHS Hawaii, stated, “Loves has been a valued partner to IHS since providing bread for the original peanut butter sandwiches that earned us the nickname “Peanut Butter Ministry.” 42 years later, we can still count on Loves to help provide for our community in need.”

“It is Love’s Bakery’s honor to support Hawaii residents in need as we are all going through challenging times,” stated the Love’s Bakery Team. “As we approach our 170th anniversary in Hawaii it remains our mission to assist our communities.”

Locally owned and operated, Love’s Bakery employs over 250 people in the islands. Their fresh, baked products are made on Oahu and shipped by air the neighbor islands for delivery to grocery stores, military bases, restaurants, schools, and hospitals. Love’s make it part of their mission to give back to the communities they serve. Watch the video below to learn more!