'Ohana Shark Ornament
- Hand sewn in San Francisco, California by our Aunty Dee
- Made of repurposed past season MIKOH fabric
- Leipo’o shell and shark tooth detailing
- 100% proceeds donated to local charity, OC Food Bank.
- Each ornament is unique and item may not be as pictured
- Final Sale
Before the pandemic slammed Orange County with job losses in our once-thriving travel, tourism and hospitality industries, there were nearly 456,000 people at risk of hunger each month. As of June 2020, that number has increased by 4x per month. This population consists of families, children, seniors, the newly vulnerable impacted by COVID-19 job losses and those recovering from medical expenses or disabilities. Hunger affects people of every age, race, ethnic group and neighborhood. In some families, hunger is a result of a sudden emergency or crisis, but for many marginalized or low-income OC residents, hunger has become a long- term condition of poverty.