Angel Network Charities, Inc.
ANC is a 501 (c3) non-profit organization providing food and services to those in need.
ANC's foodbank serves the elderly, families, children, individuals and people who financially struggle to make ends meet by providing perishable and non-perishable food items. ANC participates in the Ohana Produce Program distributing perishable food items such as fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, dairy products, cereal, snack foods and beverages.
Who We Are And What We Do
Making A Difference
Founded in 1989 by the late Ivy Olson, Angel Network Charities, Inc. (ANC) began as a grassroots, all-volunteer organization that set out to help a few families in need in East Oahu, Hawaii. Over the years, ANC has provided a variety of services to help members of our community. Today, ANC continues to operate as a private, non-profit organization serving Oahu's homeless and at-risk families as a foodbank. ANC is supported by Calvary by the Sea Lutheran Church and is run by a part-time manager, a group of dedicated, hardworking volunteers and a nine member board of directors.
ANC received an award from President George H. W. Bush and was also recognized with the "Thousand Points of Light" award, presented to ANC founder Ivy Olson by President Bill Clinton.
Non-perishable food items, monetary donations, and shopping bags are accepted directly at ANC or Calvary By the Sea. Clothing and household items are accepted at Holy Nativity’s Thrift Store (just across the street at the Aina Haina shopping center).
“Everything that is done in the world is done by hope”
- Martin Luther
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