Fill A Cruiser Food Drive helps stock The Food Basket

  • Hawaii Police Department Officer Aaron Tanaka, right, and radio personality Tommy “Kahikina” Ching thank a donor for his contribution Friday during the second annual Fill A Cruiser Food Drive held at Costco in Kailua-Kona. The event is held to support The Food Basket, Hawaii Island’s lone food bank. (Photos by Megan Hadley/West Hawaii Today)

  • The back of a police vehicle is stuffed with donations during the second annual Fill A Cruiser Food Drive held at Costco in Kailua-Kona. The event is held to support The Food Basket, Hawaii Island's lone food bank. (Megan Hadley/West Hawaii Today)

  • Hawaii Police Department Officer Aaron Tanaka, right, smiles as radio personality Tommy "Kahikina" Ching thanks a donor for his contribution Friday during the second annual Fill A Cruiser Food Drive held at Costco in Kailua-Kona. The event is held to support The Food Basket, Hawaii Island's lone food bank. (Megan Hadley/West Hawaii Today)

  • Hawaii Police Department Officer Aaron Tanaka pushes a cart loaded with donated foods toward the back of a police cruiser Friday during the second annual Fill A Cruiser Food Drive at Costco in Kailua-Kona. The event is held to support The Food Basket, Hawaii Island's lone food bank. (Megan Hadley/West Hawaii Today)

  • Hawaii Police Department Kona Community Policing Officer Dwayne Sluss loads donated nonperishable food into the back of a police cruiser Friday during the second annual Fill A Cruiser Food Drive at Costco in Kailua-Kona. The event is held to support The Food Basket, Hawaii Island’s lone food bank. (Megan Hadley/West Hawaii Today)

Hawaii Police Department officers partnered with The Food Basket Friday at the Costco in Kailua-Kona to collect much-needed food donations for the Big Island’s lone food bank.