Beach Walk 766 – Hawaiian Islands Land Trust

Since moving to Maui, I have become involved with the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust. Their annual fundraiser is this weekend and we are intend to raise $5000 via online connections so that we qualify for a matching donation of another $5000! Watch the video then keep reading!

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HILT has secured a matching donor. If we can raise $5000 in online donations by January 28th, the donor will match us with another $5000. I think we can, but alas, it is going to be up to all of us to get this done. Please donate here now.
donate now to the Hawaii Island Land Trust via PayPal

This is your chance to double your gift and help preserve those precious Hawaii scenic lands and beaches. Please watch the video – there is even a clip of Lexi Dogg at the end, chasing her ball in our back yard. Mahalo nui BeachWalks fans – I am counting on you to share your love of Hawaii with the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust – and make a donation by 5 pm HST Saturday, January 28th! And follow me on Twitter Saturday as I will be at the event – a special luau at Old Lahaina Luau in Lahaina! Please support the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust – do it for Lexi!

Please follow me on Twitter and Facebook Saturday as I will be sharing the amazing luay festivities with you! @roxannedarling and facebook.com/beachwalks.

Friend them on Flicker to see more beautiful photos of reserved lands throughout Hawaii.

Hawaiian Word:
Kuleana – responsibility

Comments

  1. Luci Dawson says:

    Aloha Rox,

    Have been offline for a couple of days. Hope my donation this morning is not too late for such a worthwhile endeavor.

    Great to see Lexi again!!!

  2. @Luci Thank you so much! Our $5k challenge will run almost all day today (Saturday) since we have until about 8 pm actually HST = 10 pm CA and that would already be Sunday on the East Coast!

    Lexi waves aloha backatcha!

  3. We have small beach weddings at Maluaka Beach, Makena Cove, and Kapalua Bay, but we try to leave the beach untouched and at least as nice as it was when we arrived.
    How is the Land Trust going?

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