The Season of Thankfulness

Updated: Oct 7


You've probably heard this a million times; that's because it's so easy to forget as we get swept into the holiday season. This is the time where the food gets extra tasty, the gifts start to flow, and we find extra time for family. While you're taking in the holiday spirit, make some extra time to find ways to give back to your community. Changing the world is a big project to take on; but if everyone decided to help one neighbor in need, the world would be that much brighter.


iTrampoline will be hosting a food drive through the month of November leading up to Thanksgiving weekend. Our team would love your help! Local food banks, and shelters depend on donations they receive to keep their shelves stocked. You never know who goes to your church, attends school with your children, or works at your job that rely on support from these food drives. All donations will be dropped off at the Hawai'i Foodbank in Honolulu.

As you're planning your Thanksgiving menu, try to set aside some commonly needed items listed here:

  • Peanut or other nut butters

  • Chicken broth

  • Canned tuna and chicken

  • Canned fruit in light syrup

  • Canned veggies

  • Canned soups, stews, and chili

  • Beans, canned or dried

  • Boxed mac & cheese

  • Pasta, rice, and quinoa

  • Pasta sauce

  • Baby food and formula

  • Shelf-stable milk (rice, almond, soy)

  • Cereal, oatmeal, and granola

  • Spices






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