Mahalo. Do you know what it means? It’s the Hawaiian way to say thank you! I have a lot to be thankful for and many people around me who I could give a great big “mahalo” to! In addition to all they normally do for us, my parents and in-laws especially deserve a great big thank you for all the help they gave us this past weekend for the boys’ birthday party. As with many things around here, it would not have been so awesome without their help! So, I made a little printable in their honor to share with you all. It would be cute framed, but could also be printed and turned into a cute card with some cutting.
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The Mahalo printable was inspired by the KING’S HAWAIIAN Project Mahalo. (Mmm…KING’S HAWAIIAN! Remember the delish pulled pork sliders and game day breakfast sliders recipes made with them?! Yum!!). Giving generously to others without expecting anything in return is at the heart and soul of Hawaiian culture, and a core value of KING’S HAWAIIAN. Giving is more than just a social formality; it is a way to say ‘thank you’ or to offer assistance. Giving brings joy to those around you. And, KING’S HAWAIIAN wants to say thank you 25,000 times!
So keep reading and GO VOTE for the charity that you would like to see get a great, big $25,000 Mahalo! 😉
Mahalo is the Hawaiian word for thank you. You can say thank you to these wonderful charities- Big Brothers Big Sisters, Meals On Wheels Association of America, Family Caregiver Alliance, and One Warm Coat by voting for them on www.kingshawaiian.com/project-mahalo.
All charities will receive $10k, but the winner with the most votes will receive $25k.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Kings Hawaiian® Project Mahalo. The opinions and text are all mine.