Hale Kau Kau delivers free evening meals to the homebound elderly and disabled, and also distributes emergency food boxes to individuals and families in crisis.
For four consecutive years, the Rotary Club of Kïhei Sunrise has hosted a Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser for this Kïhei-based program.
“Our spaghetti dinner fundraiser has become one of our ‘signature events’ as a part of our mission to support those less fortunate and partnering with other nonprofit organizations with a similar vision,” said Kïhei Sunrise Rotary President Ed Corbett.
This partnership project is one of the many community service activities and projects sponsored by the Rotary Club of Kïhei Sunrise.
The Rotary Club of Kïhei Sunrise, which is one of nine clubs on Maui, meets on Wednesday mornings at 7:30 a.m. at the Five Palms Restaurant in the Mana Kai Maui Resort. For further information about this club, contact President Corbett at 264-3468 or visit the club’s Website: www.kiheirotary.org.
Rotary International has over 1.2 million members worldwide meeting at 32,000 clubs in 207 countries.
Kīhei Sunrise Rotary President Ed Corbett (left) and Foundation Chair Ron Capanash (right) present a check for $500 to Donna Moses and Marie Thomas, representatives of the Hale Kau Kau Program, which feeds people in need.