“Convoy of Hope Hawaii, which debuted as the largest one-day charitable giveaway event in the state in 2011, returns this month bigger than ever with a third engagement on Oahu and its first stop on economically depressed Molokai. The Christian organization, which seeks to feed the world one truckload at a time, distributed 67 tons of food, other supplies and services to about 15,000 Oahu residents during its annual Day of Compassion last year. This year organizers are aiming to serve about 3,000 people on Molokai at the Kaunakakai Ball Park starting at 5 p.m. July 20 and 20,000 people at its Aloha Stadium and Kapolei Fairgrounds sites, which open at 10 a.m. July 27.” – Star Advertiser


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