FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, November 27, 2020 – Love’s Bakery, a fixture in Hawaii for nearly 170 years is doing its part to support communities in Hawaii through its Season of Giving food donations. The Veterans Affairs reached out for some food assistance for veterans at Cloud Break housing at Barber’s Point.
“It is Love’s Bakery’s honor to support veterans as we are all going through challenging times,” stated Daryce Matsuda, President of Love’s Bakery. “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.
“VA Pacific Islands Health Care System appreciates the generous donation of baked goods from Love’s Bakery. Being true to their name, Love’s Bakery continues to show love and support to our Veterans and this community,” stated Dr. Adam Robinson, Medical Center Director. He added, “Although this Thanksgiving will look different than previous gatherings, the care and generosity of others will help us get through.”
About Veterans Affairs
The Veterans Affairs was formed to provide veterans the world-class benefits and services they have earned — and to do so by adhering to the highest standards of compassion, commitment, excellence, professionalism, integrity, accountability, and stewardship. In Hawaii, the VA provides assistance to veterans in many ways, from precuring housing, supplying transportation to medical care, consulting about available programs and benefits, providing those in need with housing food and financial help.