We raised $11,600 for the Safe Keiki Project and a few more checks are still arriving in the mail! (Amount updated on Dec 14, 2016 as more checks were received.)
Please note: The meeting was held in Club Keller, on the lower floor. Dinner after the meeting was on the first floor in the main dining room.
Are you planning to attend?
Remember, only Members can nominate a worthy cause for the group’s consideration. Please fill out the Commitment Form here on our website if you haven’t already done so.
Please also let us know you’re coming on our Facebook event page and use it to arrange car-pooling too.
Want to stay for dinner?
It’s optional, however, pre-registration is requested. Fleetwood’s has arranged a special dinner for us at $25/person. Please note that gratuity and cocktails are not included. Please RSVP directly with Fleetwood’s.
If you use social media, please share our hashtag, #100WhoCareMAUI. Mahalo!
Our members nominated three outstanding causes:
Safe Keiki Project
RAM Wishing Well
We had nearly 100 people attend, including many new members – Welcome! We also received over 17 who mailed-in checks. Thank you to everyone for your terrific questions and an abundance of nominations! The group overwhelmingly selected the Safe Keiki Project, a new social justice non-profit being formed to help protect child victims of sexual abuse. They are operating under the umbrella of Tri-Isle until their own nonprofit status is approved. You’ll be hearing more about the Safe Keiki Project in the weeks to come.
Please see the Facebook event page for photos and be sure to leave your comments and thank our volunteers who really streamlined the check-in this month and brought so many friendly smiles to our event. Volunteers: Jen Oberg, Marti Wukelic, Abby Asuncion, Liz Wildberger, Tina Wildberger, and Katie! Photos by Roxanne Darling.
The staff at Fleetwood’s went over and above to support us, to serve us, to re-schedule us when the rains came, and to provide space for our meeting.
Thank you so much, Kristen and Olga!