Thousands of Hawaii residents were out helping those in need, at the annual Hawaii Foodbank Food Drive.
At the McCully Shopping Center dozens of volunteers were helping to collect canned foods, as well as monetary donations.
This was just one of many busy collection sites around the state.
This annual event brings together business and community leaders, all aiming for one goal: to raise one million meals to feed Hawaii's hungry.
"We are at about 10 days of food," said Lori Kaya, Hawaii Food Bank. "I wouldn't say that's critical but that is pretty low. Normally we are at about 15 to 17 days of food at the warehouse in Mapunapuna."
Saturday's donations will help re-stock foodbank shelves.
Each year the organization helps feed more than 183,000 people statewide.
About 40 students got sick and 25 of them, along with two adults, were taken to the hospital. Officials are now taking a look at what they ate for lunch.
Honolulu police are investigating two armed robberies that may be connected.
An 18-year-old man was arrested in connection with the death of an elderly man in Chinatown.