West Maui’s Hua Momona Farms Continues Aiding Neighborhood with Getaway Matching Donations

January 5, 2021, 7:07 AM HST Chef Zach Laidlaw bringing donations to Arlene from Ka Hale

January 5, 2021, 7:07 AM HST

Chef Zach Laidlaw bringing donations to Arlene from Ka Hale A Ke Ola Stan and Arlene of Ka Hale A Ke Ola 

Hua Momona Farms, found atop the Kapalua Vacation resort in West Maui, initiated a matching donation system to help individuals in need to have for the vacation year.

On Monday, the business enterprise introduced their goal was realized.

Farm Entrepreneurs Gary and Kathy Grube introduced a constrained time matching software inviting farm customers and close friends to donate acquired farm veggie boxes as a result of Dec. 20. For every single box ordered for donation, an added box was matched by the farm. Any supplemental donated packing containers over and above the 100 donated box purpose – with no limit – ended up also to be matched by
Gary and Kathy.

The first goal of the software, to achieve 100 donated bins, was achieved by the
deadline with 101. The Grubes then decided to also match all 101 donated bins resulting in a last tally of 303 bins to aid these in have to have.

Due to the fact its inception, the Farm has equipped about 2,000 farm containers for food items drives held at Kapalua this drop.

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In addition, the Farm not too long ago released “Give the Present of Wellness” software wherever buyers can buy a farm box to donate to a household in have to have on Maui.

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The Farm has also been offering no cost farm bins to quite a few food items distribution expert services on Maui. The most current is Maui Fast Reaction and Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Useful resource Centre who both of those support feed homeless people and families.
 
Hua Momona Farms is a provider of Microgreens and high quality domestically developed vegetables. At present the farm deliverers subscription farm boxes and Meal Kits instantly to the buyer and Microgreens and make to restaurants.

Chef Zach Laidlaw bringing donations to Arlene from Ka Hale A Ke Ola Stan and Arlene of Ka Hale A Ke Ola