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The past year has been full of highs and lows, but there’s been one constant: Maui residents stepping up to help one another and proving that difficult times can bring out the best in a community. Case in point: The Realtors Association of Maui (RAM) members who have helped distribute thousands of boxes of food to residents in…

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You know that desk in your office that no one uses anymore? The file cabinet that hasn’t been opened in years? Or that swivel chair that’s been collecting dust in the corner? If you’re planning to move, downsize or refresh your office space, consider donating any no-longer-needed, gently used furniture, equipment or supplies to Maui’s…

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It’s been a St. Patrick’s Day tradition for the past nine years: On a designated morning in mid-March, dozens of green-clad bocce ball players take the field at Mulligans on the Blue in Wailea for the annual Aloha BackPack Buddies Bocce Ball Fundraising Tournament. The tournament benefits the Maui Food Bank’s Aloha BackPack Buddies program,…

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2021 is shaping up to be a busy year for P. Denise La Costa. And she couldn’t be happier. La Costa, owner and principal broker of La Costa Realty Hawaii, was recently appointed by Gov. David Ige to serve as the Maui County commissioner on the Hawaii Real Estate Commission. She will bring nearly three…

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According to Adopt US Kids, a national project that supports child welfare systems and connects children in foster care with families, there are roughly 2,700 children in foster care at any given time in Hawaii. Of them, nearly 900 are waiting for adoptive families. Whether temporarily or permanently, opening your home and heart to a…

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RAM members make lasting holiday memories RAM members (seated, from left) Kai Schmidt, Jerrie Shannon and Rena Day and (standing, from left) Michele Andrion, Debra Cabradilla, Friends of the Children’s Justice Center of Maui Executive Director Paul Tonnessen and Shannon Cortez are all smiles at a drive-thu holiday event for deserving kids last month. The…

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RAM members help students succeed 2021 has finally arrived, bringing with it the hope of a better year to come. As many of us kick-start our new year’s resolutions, thousands of students will start school—virtually or otherwise—this month. The 2020-21 academic year has been anything but typical: Apart from changing students’ learning environments, the COVID-19…

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For many students, an academic scholarship provides more than a financial reprieve—it’s also the promise of a brighter future. Just ask the graduates from private and public high schools on Maui, Lanai and Molokai who are now pursuing degrees at colleges and universities throughout the U.S. with the help of the scholarships they received from…

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RAM members take a special road trip As you can imagine, Santa has a jam-packed schedule this month. But that didn’t keep him from stopping by the Ka Hale A Ke Ola (KHAKO) Homeless Resource Centers Wailuku facility on Wednesday, Dec. 2. That evening, Realtors Association of Maui (RAM) members teamed up with members of…

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RAM member lends a helping hand All it took was one volunteer shift. On a Thursday morning in late April, Rosalind Link of Wailea Realty Corp. + Windermere Real Estate helped fill dozens of boxes of food at Hope Chapel in Kihei. It was her first time volunteering at the weekly drive-thru-style food distribution event—and…

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