Show Aloha with Give Aloha at Foodland

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During the month of September, you can show your aloha with a donation through Give Aloha! All Foodland, Foodland Farms and Sack N Save stores will accept contributions to support local non-profit organizations. At the end of the period, they will donate 100 percent of the gifts plus an additional matching portion so that agencies can continue to do good work for the community!

Last year your Give Aloha donations totaled $1,561.85 and supported our programs and services that address issues like homelessness, language barriers, emergency financial distress, mental health, hunger, substance use and lack of basic necessities!

How to Show Your Support

  • Visit any Foodland, Foodland Farms or Sack N Save store from September 1 to 30, 2017.
  • Present your Maikai card at checkout, or sign up for a card if you don’t have one.
  • Tell the cashier you’d like to make a donation to Helping Hands Hawaii or use code #77061.
  • Request two receipts: one for your tax records and one to send to Helping Hands Hawaii if you would like a formal acknowledgement from us. Foodland does not disclose donor information to us, and we won’t know who has contributed unless you notify us.

How Foodland Supports Local Nonprofits

  • Foodland and Western Union Foundations match a portion of the donations made with Maikai cards, so it’s important to use your card when making your contribution.
  • Matching gifts are divided proportionately among all participating organizations based on customer donations to the organizations.

Give Aloha Acknowledgements

If you would like to receive an acknowledgement letter from Helping Hands Hawaii, please send a copy of your receipt by October 6, 2017 to:

Helping Hands Hawaii
Attn: Development Dept
2100 N Nimitz Hwy
Honolulu, HI 96819

Foodland does not release donor information. Your donations are tax deductible, so consult your tax advisor. For complete program details, visit Foodland’s Give Aloha website.

Helping Hands Hawaii participates in this initiative every year, and we are thankful for your annual support!

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