There was a classic car show and food drive at Kahala Mall.
Classic cars from the 1920s to the 1980s as well as motorcycles were on display on the roof parking lot on Saturday.
All the proceeds from the entries of car show and rides from an antique fire truck went directly to the food bank.
"They have over 180 cars here and the antique fire truck is almost sold out. So we are looking at about 4,000 meals that they've generated on just that alone," Hawaii Food Bank Food Drive Manager Kim Bartenstein said.
The Foodbank says there are plenty of hungry people in Hawaii to feed.
Donations were accepted until the car show ended at 8 p.m.
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