Your donations help The Rotary Club of Hanalei Bay feed the hungry, support community gardens, place rescue tubes on our beaches, put AEDs in public locations, provide scholarships for teacher candidates and so much more!
This island formal- black tie optional event is held at the St Regis Resort ballroom in Princeville.
Dinner, dancing, live music, silent and live auction.
Tickets $125 each
We have tables of 10 open for $1250. Go ahead - make a splash!
The Rotary Club of Hanlaei Bay is donating 50 Automatic External Defibrillators (or AED’s) to the communities of Kauai and Ni’ihau. This life-saving equipment is to be donated and installed in either public or private facilities in population centers with prolonged response time of emergency 911 personnel. The AED restarts the heart in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest and is a key element in the survival of victims when it is used in conjunction with CPR. The Rotary Club of Hanalei Bay is also working with the Kauai Fire Department to train and familiarize people in the community with CPR and the use of AED’s. In 2017, this program has already donated and placed 17 AED’s in the community and trained 125 people to use them and administer CPR. Again, this life-saving program is free and available to anyone. To learn more about this program, acquiring an AED, receiving free CPR / AED training or donating money to help support the program, please contact Dr. Jeff Goodman at (808) 828-1470
Imagine a place the community can gather for everyday family outings and celebrations, first birthday luaus, picnics, community meetings and more. The new Kilauea Community Agriculture Center Farmer’s Market Pavilion will offer a free of charge public gathering place, surrounded by the beautiful bounty of agricultural lands. The one-acre Rotary Park, complete with a Gazebo, will entice locals to stop by and enjoy the ambiance of a well-tended food forest and agricultural fields.
The Rotary Club of Hanalei Bay is committed to raising funds $275,000 for the Farmers Market Pavilion and a one-acre Rotary Park. The pavilion is comprised of two covered gathering spaces very similar to the Hanalei Bay Pier. The Rotary Park is a one-acre community park, complete with a gazebo and landscaping.
The Kilauea Community Agricultural Center is community-based agriculture in action that will: · Offer agricultural education · Provide economic opportunity · Grow exceptional quality, nutritious food for Kilauea and the North Shore · Provide land for existing farmers, as well as a training ground for future farmers · Include a community farm and boxes of produce for work-share or purchase · Become the new home for the Kilauea Sunshine farmers market
Play a quick 18 holes at the beautiful Anauna Hou Mini Golf and Gardens. Enjoy the fun and maybe even sponsor a hole for a great cause!
This is one HUGE garage sale. We accumulate stuff for nearly 6 months and the line starts forming at 7 am on the day of the sale. You are sure to find what you are looking for at this extravaganza!
Good food, great company and bargains galore - all proceeds go to Polio Plus.