Leilani’s launches Legacy of Aloha program
KAANAPALI — In celebration of its 28th anniversary, Leilani’s on the Beach started a new Legacy of Aloha program to raise funds for community organizations that strive to keep keiki out of trouble, comfort Maui’s kupuna, protect the environment and perpetuate water sports.
A total of $3,000 was raised from bar proceeds of the restaurant’s recent anniversary party.
“We couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate our 28th anniversary than with the launch of this new community program,” said General Manager Jason Donez. ]
“It is an extension of our existing community outreach, which already includes charitable donations and recognition events. This is just one more thing we’re doing to give back to the local community.”
Founded in 2007 by Leilani’s sister restaurant, Duke’s Waikiki, the Legacy of Aloha program will raise funds for nonprofit organizations through the Whalers Village restaurant’s weekly Taco Tuesday Happy Hour and the sale of a specially designed Legacy of Aloha beach tote.
For information, call 661-4495 or visit www.leilanis.com.