Share a Holiday Feast
Our Share a Holiday Feast program began 24 years ago, the brainchild of a generous Pukalani, Maui customer who purchased several extra turkeys and asked our store director to give them to needy families in the area. She called to tell us that she believed other customers would like to do the same, and asked whether Foodland could help make it possible. Our company founder, Maurice J. Sullivan, was agreeable to the idea and, in the first year of the program, customers provided over 500 holiday meals to those in need.
Share a Holiday Feast has continued to grow, and our customers continue to tell us it makes them feel good to help others who are less fortunate. To participate in the program, simply tell your cashier that you would like to Share a Holiday Feast. Contributions may be made in the amount of $5, $10 or $20. Individuals and families identified by the Salvation Army, as those who might not otherwise enjoy a turkey dinner for the holidays, will receive Share a Holiday Feast gift certificates.
As a local, family-owned business, operating in Hawaii for 64 years, we are proud to have worked with you, our customers, to make the holidays more special for so many families. Thank you for your kindness and generosity. From all of us at Foodland and Sack N Save, Happy Holidays to you and your family!
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