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Rotary Club of Kahului's Famous Annual Christmas Tree Fundraiser
Tree Pick-up Dec. 2 & 3 / Kahului Shopping Center
Supplies are Limited!
Rotary Club of Kahului's Christmas Tree fundraiser provides impactful gifts and support to the local community all year long. Proceeds from our annual Christmas Tree Sale go towards:
Partner with our local schools in literacy projects and to help teachers and students keep classroom supplies in stock
Collaborate with the Weinberg Foundation to make physical improvements to a different nonprofit each year;
Make the holidays merry for homeless shelters & Head Start preschoolers with holiday decorations, a visit from Santa, & a Wishing Tree gift program that shows homeless kids their wishes can come true; and
SCHOLARSHIP! We provide a scholarship that is 100% need-based for an average student with college aspirations
We have PREMIUM SHEARED "NO-HOLES" CHRISTMAS TREES!
6' - 8' Douglas Firs = $75
6' - 8' Noble Firs = $85
YOU DON'T NEED A TREE FOR YOURSELF?? BE AN ELF!
Support Rotary Programs by GIFTING TREES to:
- Maui's 13 (yes, 13!) Homeless Shelters we Support Annually
- One of Maui's 400+ (yes, 400+) Nonprofits [for their office/facilities or to re-gift to client(s) of their choosing]
- Your Top Clients
- Friends or Family in Need of a Little Holiday Cheer
- A Church for their Christmas Season and programs
- A Local Public or Independent School or Childcare Facility
Trees can be picked up
Friday, Dec. 2: 3:00pm - 8:00pm
Saturday, Dec. 3: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Kahului Shopping Center.
Ryan McNally @ (808) 269-2671 / firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
Rotary Club of Kahului
Rotary Club of Kahului
The Rotary Club of Kahului is part of Rotary District 5000 in the state of Hawaii. Our club's operating fiscal year is July 1 to June 30. Club officers and directors are elected annually in December with duties beginning each July 1st.
We perform "Service Above Self" under sunny skies, surrounded by fragrant blossoms and swaying palm trees celebrating fellowship beneath a rainbow of ethnic diversity, infused with the Aloha Spirit.
You will find a multitude of information on three websites: kahuluirotary.com, rotaryd5000.org and rotary.org