Needy keiki to receive toys at block party
WAILUKU — Harvest Chapel Church of God will host its 14th annual Keiki’s Christmas Toys Block Party at Wailuku Community Center on Sunday, Dec. 20, from 2 to 5 p.m.
In this exciting and joyous celebration, a parade of motorcycle clubs from around Maui will ride together and bring gifts to needy children.
Motorcycle clubs, Maui business owners and organizations contribute annually to put smiles on children’s’ faces.
Come out and enjoy live entertainment and free food, drinks and sweets.
Rotary Clubs, Lions Clubs, motorcycle riders and other organizations are working hard to make this year’s event extra special. Around 400-500 people are expected to attend.
Toys may also be dropped off on Dec. 19 at Wailuku Community Center between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. Photographs will be taken of individuals and organizations upon receipt of toys.
The age group for gift purchases is one to 16 years old.
Food donations from restaurants are also welcome, and may be dropped off no later than noon during set-up on Dec. 20. Bring a business card with the name of your restaurant on it when dropping off food.
Should you need any items picked up, contact Pastor Cecilia Hoopai or Pastor Linda Elms at 667-1959.