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How do you show thanks? How do you say “Thank you”? For me, I personally love making something or baking something for someone to tell them Thank You. The best way for me to show appreciation is to make something for someone.
|(Pulled BBQ Sandwiches that I love to make for my husband)|
Homemade cards, homemade cookies, brownies, pies anything that I can put my heart into and hand over to someone is the perfect way for me to say Thank You for what they’ve done for me.
|(Apple Crisp that is the perfect “Thank You” for my brother)|
Mahalo means “Thank You” in Hawaiian and King’s Hawaiian is saying Mahalo ( 25,000 times with your help) to a few wonderful organizations that are always displaying the ” Aloha Spirit”. * Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, Family Caregiver Alliance, Meals on Wheels Association of America and One Warm Coat*
Go over to Project Mahalo and vote for the organization that you think best shows the Aloha Giving Spirit!
Each of these charitable organizations will receive a minimum of $10,000 but the organization that gets the most votes will receive a $25,000 donation instead!
I voted for Meals on Wheels Association of America, because I think giving a meal to someone is the best way to show love and support!
Who did you vote for?
Comment below and be entered to win $100! If you win you’ll also get to choose which organization (of the four above) to donate an extra $100 too!
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 WarmCoat
You can help 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.