Give Aloha-- September 1st - 30, 2016

Helping Hawaiʻi Island Live Longer & Feel Better

Give Aloha, Foodland's Annual Community Matching Gifts Program, was created in 1999 to honor Foodland’s founder, Maurice J. "Sully" Sullivan, and continue his legacy of giving back to the community. Each year, during Sept.1 – 30 at all Foodland and Sack N Save stores statewide, customers are encouraged to make a donation at checkout to their favorite Hawaii non-profit organization. This year, Foodland and the Western Union Foundation will match each donation with at least $300,000 for all organizations combined. Since the program began in 1999, a grand total of more than $25.4 million has been raised for Hawaii’s charities. Sack N Save and Foodland Give Aloha Campaign paper hand outs


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  • Stay Connected and Stay Active

    Stay Connected and Stay Active

    Aloha I am Aunty Mabel De Silva, Board Chair of Hui Mālama Ola Nā `Ōiwi. Born and raised in Kurtistown, I learned the value of a strong community where people …Read More »
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    Our Pāhoa office is no longer available 08/01/16. To better serve you with our limited resources, we are taking a good and hard look at how we provide those services.  …Continue»
  • Kōkua Hali Transportation Program

    Kōkua Hali Transportation Program

    During the last two months we have been assessing our Kōkua Hali Health Transportation program. The program has been very expensive to maintain, taking almost a quarter of our annual …Continue»
  • Relay For Life ~ July 16, 2016

    Relay For Life ~ July 16, 2016

    Mālama Ka Pili Paʻa participates annually with Relay for Life as it gives them the opportunity to celebrate another year or as itʻs called “Birthday” with numerous people within our …Continue»
  • Merrie Monarch 2016

    Merrie Monarch 2016

    Hui Mālama Ola Nā ‘Ōiwi Board of Directors, Staff, ‘ohana, and friends are buzzing with excitement as we prepare for this year’s Merrie Monarch events. Be sure to check us out as …Continue»
  • North & West Reunite

    North & West Reunite

    Graduates from Hui Mālama Ola Nā ‘Ōiwi health education classes reunited at the Old Kona Airport on November 21, 2015. Guests attended the reunion to honor and celebrate their commitment to good health. Health …Continue»
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  • Make Time To Take Care of Yourself

    Make Time To Take Care of Yourself

    I want to share a concept that relates to a responsibility you and I have to ensure that we stay healthy and live healthy. A Hawaiian olelo says, “Puali kalo i ka wai ola. Taro for lack of water grows … Continue »
  • The Value of Giving

    The Value of Giving

    We are approaching that time of year when giving a gift to someone means something special. Because of that, I wanted to share the value of giving. Ha‘awi lokomaika‘i means giving freely, openly; doing something right. Ha‘awi wale means giving … Continue »
  • The Value of Respect

    The Value of Respect

    “Me ka mahalo; me ka pono” “Do it with thanksgiving; do it right” When we consider the value of RESPECT, many different aspects come to mind. Respect means admiration, esteem, consideration of other’s rights, wishes, values, and concepts or even an … Continue »
  • The Value of Patience

    The Value of Patience

    “E moni i ke koko o ka inaina, ‘umi ka hanu o ka ho‘omanawanui. Swallow the blood of wrath and hold the breath of patience.” There is a saying “patience is a virtue, so let’s be virtuous”, something that is very difficult to … Continue »
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What Can Hui Mālama Do For You?
With Aunty Edna Baldado and Kalani Lawson of Hui Mālama Ola Nā ‘Ōiwi