Robin Kumabe of Touch A Heart and Pono Shim of the Oahu Economic Development Board join the Pod Squad to talk about how a breadfruit recipe for ice cream is being used to help local nonprofits that are developing social enterprises to help fund their services.

From left, Pono Shim, Robin Kumabe and Civil Beat’s April Estrellon enjoy some ice cream.

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