Help raise funds and needed essentials for First Responders and the local Maui community through Hawaiian Council’s Kākoʻo Maui Fund for wildfire victims Sunday, August 27th from 10-8pm at General Duffy’s Waterhole.
“100% of proceeds will go directly to Maui relief efforts. Your generosity will not only help rebuild but also show the strength of our unity and aloha spirit” states organizer Jennifer Davis with Breaking Free Media.
Hawaiian music, dance, food and crafts with featured performances from Bill Keale and Hokule'a Ohana Central Oregon Hawaiian Dancers are scheduled throughout the day. It’s a free event for all ages and supporters are encouraged to make cash donations at the door or essential items to include: Diapers, Baby Formula, Baby Bottles, Clothing, Shoes, Flip Flops, Bathing Suits, Shorts, Tank Tops, Underwear, Hygiene Items, Craft Supplies, Sunscreen, Aloe Vera, School Supplies and Flashlights.
About The Kākoʻo Maui Fund: The Kākoʻo Maui Fund is providing resources that can be deployed quickly and efficiently to Hawaiian communities impacted by the Maui wildfires. Learn more about their campaign @ https://www.hawaiiancouncil.
About Bill Keale: From his early introduction into Hawaiian Music, Slack Key Guitar, Pop & Folk, Bill Keale’s smooth vocal style adds a special touch to audiences everywhere. His unique guitar styling and vocals is a reflection of his approachable and personable interpretation of Aloha. Link: https://billkeale.com
About Hokule'a Ohana Central Oregon Hawaiian Dancers: Hokule’a Ohana Dancers are based in Redmond, Oregon and specialize in Polynesian dancing.