Feeding Broome, a community group of individuals dedicated to providing food and resources for those in need in Broome County, is hosting an Aloha Festival benefit to support the Maui Food Bank.

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The Aloha Festival will take place on Saturday, September 30, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the picturesque Otsiningo Park in Binghamton, and promises to be a fun-filled day of music, food trucks, vendors, raffles, and a silent auction.

The Aloha Festival benefit will feature live music from The Lone Ryderz and The Mud Kickers. These talented musicians will provide entertainment while attendees enjoy a day filled with music, food, and community.

The festival will continue until 3:00 p.m., during which attendees can enjoy the various food trucks, vendors, and silent auction while supporting the Maui Food Bank and its mission to provide for those in need.

All donations from the event will go directly to the Maui Food Bank, a registered non-profit organization, and donations will be impactful for this ravaged island. Supporting the Maui Food Bank is a vital way to ensure that families in Hawaii do not go hungry as they attempt to rebuild their lives following the destructive loss they recently experienced.

Feeding Broome is proud to be a part of this essential cause. In addition to providing resources for food, Feeding Broome is also an information hub for food sources and other help available in the Broome County area. They operate a roadside pantry that is located on the 400 block of Odell Avenue in Endicott. If you are struggling to obtain food, hygiene, or household products, Feeding Broome can guide you to the help you need.

The Aloha Festival Benefit will be filled with fun, music, and community. For more information, please contact Tammy at 607-240-1777.

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