Umekes Poke 808 Donates $1.00 From Every Sale To The EOY Feed The Homeless Project

Umekes Poke 808 is donating $1.00 from every sale of Poke to the End of Year Feed The Homeless Project which provides the Kailua-Kona's homeless families to a full spread quality Christmas dinner and gifts of toiletries, toys and new to gently used clothing.

/PressCable/ — Umekes Poke 808 announced today they would donate $1.00 from every sale to help The Homeless of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.

Umekes Poke 808 owner Chef Nakoa Pabre says they've always participated in the End of the Year Feed The Homeless Project and has always organized, sponsored and assisted with the work they do helping The Homeless of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. He said they're thrilled to be able to give to an organisation that has given so much and done so much good over the years.

He said anyone who purchases Umekes Fresh Poke Bowls will now know not only do they get the best Umekes Fresh Poke Bowls that satisfies the need for the Best Ahi Grade Poke they'll also be helping The Homeless of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. The funds raised will go to providing the homeless with a Christmas Eve Dinner, along with toiletries, and new to gently used clothing and other gifts for homeless families.

About Umekes Poke 808

Umekes Poke 808 was founded in 2013 and serves the local Restaurant industry. It is known for having the Freshest And Most Popular Poke In Kailua-Kona, as well as, the owner Chef Nakoa Pabre carries the title of the Overall Champion of the annual Sam Choy's Poke Competition in both 2013 and 2014. Umekes' Poke was just recently featured on TV the Cooking Channel of the Food Network with G. Garvin. Anyone interested in giving any amount please visit


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