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March is Red Cross Month

February 28th, 2010

The Hawaii Red Cross helps support the people of Hawaii in emergencies and disasters. It's an NGO (non government agency) that depends on your contributions to help others in need. In March, its planned a series of fundraisers.

At a 2008 fundraiser

At a 2008 fundraiser

Hats Off Event (Friday through Sunday, March 12-14)
Saturday March 13: off duty fire fighters, military service members and other volunteers will be collecting donations in hats at various locations on Oahu .  Volunteers will also be at all Walmart stores statewide March 12-14.

Kahala Mall Viva la Diva (Saturday & Sunday, March 27-28)
Shop 'til you drop at Kahala Mall.  Spend $75 at Kahala Mall and earn 3
HawaiianMiles for every dollar spent. For every 3 HawaiianMiles earned,
Kahala Mall will donate 1 HawaiianMile to the Hawaii Red Cross.  Donate
all of your miles earned and get a chance to win a round trip for 2 to
Las Vegas on Hawaiian Airlines.  Visit kahalamallcenter.com for details.
Shoppers can buy items to fill comfort packs for disaster victims, and
earn miles while helping Hawaii Red Cross!

Online Auction (March 8 – 31)
Go to www.hawaiiredcross.org to bid on the all new Suzuki Kizashi, trip to Australia, hotel stays in places like London, Dublin, Puerto Rico, Aspen, New York, Seattle, and  San Francisco, backstage Broadway passes for South Pacific, restaurants, spa, golf, massage, stand up paddle board, Dolphin Quest, Shane Victorino memorabilia, wine tasting, jewelry, and more!  New items every Monday; bids close Sunday.  Great deals for a great cause!  Use any Bank of Hawaii Hawaiian Airlines® Visa® card to make monetary donations through the online auction website and you’ll have an opportunity to double the HawaiianMiles® you normally earn.

http://www.hawaiiredcross.org/

Jan Keno Po fundraiser

Jan Keno Po fundraiser

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