The Spirit of Giving

When it comes to the spirit of giving, look no further than Hawaii. Giving is simply a part of Hawaii’s cultural DNA. Our people are generous and giving is something we just do. All.The.Time. Whether it’s neighbors sharing lychee or mangoes from their tree, a box of malasadas fresh off the truck, opening their wallets to give to charitable causes, or dropping off food at the local food bank, Hawaii people never fail to open their hearts to their neighbors and to those in need.

Amazing sunset and palms on the beach. Beautiful nature of Hawaii. USA

There are so many ways to give, and there is no better time than now. One way to give is to volunteer. Consider tutoring at a local school or serving meals at a homeless shelter. Perhaps you can gather clothing for a local shelter or you can pack and distribute food at your local food bank. There are countless ways you can give without opening your wallet. Of course, monetary donations, gifts of food, clothing, and practical items,  plus sponsorships, all build goodwill and help our families and communities.

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Yes, Hawaii’s people know how to give and this is the season to let the spirit of giving inspire you to make a difference in the lives of your neighbors, friends, and family. One cause that is near and dear to all of our hearts is our beloved Maui. In the spirit of giving, let’s continue to support Maui by providing resources to support the immediate and long-term recovery needs for those affected by the devastating Maui wildfires #Maui Strong.

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