Hawaii REALTORS® hosts ‘One Can If Can’ food drive

Right now, as you read this, someone on Maui—perhaps in your very own neighborhood—is wondering where their next meal will come from. As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, thousands of residents are grappling with food insecurity. Before the…

RAM members serve up kindness

A hot shower and a laundry basket full of clean clothes. These are everyday amenities some of us take for granted. But for many of Maui’s unsheltered residents, these are luxuries that can restore dignity and hope. Guy Harshman of Old…

RAM’s ‘Got Rice?’ campaign a grain success

It’s a big number: 14,830. That’s how many pounds of rice the Maui Food Bank will receive as the result of a virtual food drive held by the Realtors Association of Maui (RAM) Aug. 1 through 15. The two-week-long “Got Rice?” food drive…

REALTORS®, Rotarians helps students succeed

It goes without saying that the 2020-21 school year is going to be very different. The learning environments may have changed, but one thing remains the same: Students still need the tools to succeed, everything from No. 2 pencils to Elmer’s…

RAM members make a special delivery

For many, packing up and moving from one place to another can be an exhausting, headache-inducing experience. But there’s one upside: taking inventory of what you own and offloading the things you don’t need anymore. That’s what Courtney…

RAM awards scholarships to 62 students

Without question, academic scholarships make many college dreams come true. Apart from helping make higher education possible for those who can’t afford to pay out of pocket, scholarships can also ease the stress of entering the real world…

RAM launches virtual rice food drive

Amid the ongoing health and economic crises, food banks across the country are facing an unprecedented demand for resources. The Maui Food Bank is no exception. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the nonprofit served 10,000 food-insecure people…

RAM members help students succeed in school

Next week, thousands of Maui County students will begin the 2020-21 academic year—and it goes without saying that this school year will be anything but typical. Apart from changing students’ learning environments, the COVID-19 pandemic has…

REALTORS® help keep ‘Makawao Strong’

There were no high school marching bands. No equestrian units. No parade floats decked out in red, white and blue. The Fourth of July looked a lot different this year in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. It may have been an atypical holiday,…

RAM members help students reach for the sky

For many students, a scholarship is more than a financial reprieve—it is also the promise of a brighter future. Just ask the students who are now pursuing their educational and career goals with the help of scholarship programs supported by…