Mahalo Nui Loa!
In Hawaiian, mahalo nui loa means "Thank you very much!".
We are very grateful to Maui Land and Pineapple Company for their generosity in developing the Hāli‘imaile Community Garden site in 2006 and allowing us continued access to care for our beautiful 2 acre garden! This is a huge gift to the community from ML&P!
Much appreciation also goes to Tri-Isle RC&D Council, Incorporated who took on the garden as a charitable project during our 501(c)(3) application process.
Mahalo to the following individuals and businesses:
Roxanne Scott - for a generous cash donation on December 28, 2013.
Flatbread Company - for a benefit night and donated portion of all pizza sales on August 20, 2013.
Leah Berry - for donating the supplies and hand painting a banner for our Flatbread Company benefit night on August 20, 2013.
Cafe Mambo - for gift cards for our Flatbread Company Fundraiser in 2013.
Tax & Accounting Services Inc. - for gift cards for our Flatbread Company Fundraiser in 2013.
Whole Foods Market - for a gift or our Flatbread Company Fundraiser in 2013.
Hawaiian Moons Natural Foods - for gift cards for our Flatbread Company Fundraiser in 2013.
Karen Peterson of Giving Back - for a book for our Flatbread Company Fundraiser in 2013.
Robbie's Maui Day Spa & Salon - for gift cards for our Flatbread Company Fundraiser in 2013.
Down to Earth Natural Foods - for gift cards for our Flatbread Company Fundraiser in 2013.
Kitchen Gardeners International - for awarding a Sow It Forward grant in 2012.
Tri-Isle RC&D, Inc. - For acting as our fiscal agent and providing a stipend for our supplies to participate in the 2012 Volunteer Expo at Queen Kaahumanu Center in 2012.
Maui High School Key Clubs - for volunteering to plant trees in our orchard and prepare new areas for planting vegetables in 2012.
Mantis - for awarding a grant of a new Mantis tiller in 2012.
Seabury Hall's Friends of the Earth Club - for volunteering to plant papaya trees in our orchard in 2012.
Flatbread Company - for a benefit night and donated portion of all pizza sales on Valentine's Day 2012.
The Walmart Foundation and Facility # 3290 - for a generous 2011, 2012, & 2013 grant award.
Home Depot - for $200 worth of coupons to purchase tools and supplies.
Jhonatan Gonzalez - for a papaya tree donated in 2013.
Janitze Huey - for a roll of carpet and padding donated in 2011.
Greg Wood - for a weed whacker donated in 2011.
Ted Plume - for a lawn mower donated in 2011.
Michael Kuebler - for equipment fuel donated in 2011.
Mercer Richards and Dorothy Johnson - for a wheelbarrow, equipment fuel, restroom supplies, patio chairs, use of a new lawn mower and bush whacker, and security hardware donated in 2011.
Zeke Charles - for a lock, small equipment parts, and repair work in 2011.
Heather Dupee - for three papaya trees donated in 2011.
Jane Sperr - for seeds, fence posts, and garden supplies donated in 2011.
Jeff Maughn at Orbit Irrigation Products, Inc. - for irrigation piping, soaker hoses, many water timers, irrigation connectors, rain sensor, and a 4 station timer donated in 2009 and 2011.
Whispering Winds Bamboo - for the bamboo subsidy in 2009.
Patty Stemmel - for a lawn mower.
Ruben Galen - for supplying mulch, irrigation parts, and labor over the years.
Elskin Allen - for many plants donated over the years for the community herb garden.
Tova Callender - for many years of time and donations to start, coordinate, and keep the garden going.
And the many more generous people who have contributed in various ways to the success of' Hali'imaile Community Garden! Mahalo Nui Loa!
Volunteer & Gardener Mercer Richards Honored at County of Maui Volunteer Hero Program Ceremony
Hali'imaile Community Garden is recognized as a tax exempt public charity under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3).