With a rainbow overhead and hundreds of paddles in the water, the Maui Food Bank got a boost from the community.
The 17th Annual Paddle for Hunger was held drawing nearly 400 community members Thanksgiving morning.
The event featured friendly canoe races, a silent aution and a food drive at Nalu's.
A record-breaking $10,123.75 in donations were raised and 1,000 lbs of food were collected.
“We’d like to extend a big mahalo to Hawaiian Paddle Sports for organizing Paddle For Hunger and a special thank you to our Maui community and sponsors for their overwhelming support, especially on Thanksgiving Day,” Marlene Rice, development director for Maui Food Bank said.