In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Mauna Kea Beach Hotel has launched a 50 Acts of Aloha giving campaign.
From donating 50 sleeves of balls to random golfers to creating the new My Mauna Kea forest stewardship program, thoughtful acts of kindness will continue by the iconic hotel throughout 2015. The acts of aloha have been organized by hotel employees and their families.
“We couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate 50 years of timeless tradition than to pour love, or aloha, back to the community,” said Phyllis Branco, hotel manager at Mauna Kea Beach Hotel. “Our employees are very excited and, just like with our guests everyday, are the heart of planning and executing the campaign.”
A number of acts by the hotel have already taken place, including the donation of 50 golf bags to the Big Island Junior Golf Association and 50 Target gift cards to three charitable non-profits in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Additional acts are planned throughout the nation, although hotel officials say that the majority of acts will benefit the Big Island community and environment.
One of the acts is the new My Mauna Kea collaborative forest stewardship program.
--From Big Island News