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Realtors step up to help Maui Food Bank

Right now, someone—possibly even a friend, neighbor, classmate, or coworker—is grappling with food insecurity in Maui County. The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines food insecurity as a lack of consistent access to enough food for an active and healthy life. It is a daily reality for many residents and the problem has only worsened due to…

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RAM members raise money for local keiki

For the past decade, green-clad bocce ball players have taken the field at Mulligans on the Blue in Wailea on a designated morning in mid-March for the annual St. Patrick’s Day-themed Aloha BackPack Buddies Bocce Ball Fundraising Tournament. The tournament benefits the Maui Food Bank’s Aloha BackPack Buddies program, which provides healthy weekend meals to…

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REALTOR® takes action to help residents in need

It’s been nearly two years since Liza Rivera stepped up to help the Maui Food Bank as it navigated the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. And she has no plans to stop anytime soon. “I’ll do whatever I can to help,” she said. It all began in April of 2020. That’s when Rivera,…

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RAM members still on a roll for island keiki

For the eleventh year in a row, green-clad bocce ball players will take the field at Mulligans on the Blue in Wailea for the annual St. Patrick’s Day-themed Aloha BackPack Buddies Bocce Ball Fundraising Tournament next month. The tournament benefits the Maui Food Bank’s Aloha BackPack Buddies program, which provides healthy weekend meals to students…

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Realtors® work to end hunger in Maui County

If one of your resolutions for 2022 is to make a difference in your community, here’s one way: Contribute to the Maui Food Bank. Right now, as you read this, there’s someone—it could even be a friend, neighbor, classmate or co-worker—grappling with food insecurity in Maui County. The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines food insecurity as…

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Taking the day off to give back

If you passed by any of the Keller Williams Realty Maui offices on Thursday, May 13, you may have noticed near-empty parking lots, darkened windows or “closed” signs hanging on the front doors. No, these agents weren’t playing hooky from work. To the contrary, they spent the day giving back to the community through coordinated…

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