‘Give Aloha’ program kicks off for Kamuela Philharmonic

As Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestra continues to advertise season tickets for its 2018-19 concert season, friends of the orchestra are encouraged to help maximize the impact of donations by participating in this year’s “Give Aloha” program. Your participation in the program directly supports the Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestra’s mission to present live, high-quality orchestra music to audiences on Hawaii Island and further the musical education of local young people.

“Give Aloha,” which honors Foodland Super Market, Ltd. founder Maurice J. “Sully” Sullivan, continues his legacy of giving back to the community. Partnering with the Western Union Foundation, Foodland matches all donations up to a total of $250,000 each year for all participating nonprofit organizations. By doing so Foodland directs their charitable giving efforts toward the programs their customers consider most important. Like other worthy local 501(c)(3) organizations, the Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestra has signed up to take part in this event, which runs through Sept. 30.

To take part in this year’s “Give Aloha” program, show your Makai Card when you shop at Foodland or Sack N Save during September, and ask to donate up to $249 per person to the Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestra (organization code # 78508).

Info: Visit www.kamuelaphil.org.

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