The holidays are a time of giving, and there is nothing more in the spirit of the holidays than giving to those in need. At last year’s 17th Annual Holiday Party for Foster and Adoptive Keiki, Cutter Mazda Honolulu was proud to offer its support as an Elf Donor. The holiday party was put on by Family Programs Hawaii, which provides aid to children, youths, and families in the foster and adoption systems of Hawaii.
The importance of family is priceless, and Cutter Mazda Honolulu was happy to offer its support to this great community cause. Family Programs Hawaii focuses on helping the foster and adoptive children of Hawaii remain in healthy homes, supporting children and families involved in the foster care and adoption system, and assisting foster youths to become successful adults.
The 17th Annual Holiday Party for Foster and Adoptive Keiki is a fun-filled holiday event that is built on the donations of companies and individuals all over Hawaii. Cutter Mazda was an Elf Donor and helped to cultivate this day of fun holiday activities, great food, exciting gifts, and the togetherness of family and friends. The 17th Annual Holiday Party helps to create a feeling of Ohana for children and youths in Hawaii’s social care programs.
Cutter Mazda is dedicated to helping its community and proudly offers its support to great causes like Family Programs Hawaii. At the 17th Annual Holiday Party for Foster and Adoptive Keiki, Family Programs Hawaii, with the help of its donors like Cutter Mazda Honolulu, was able to bring holiday cheer and joy to 1,200 children. Seeing the smiles of so many children and helping them to experience the togetherness of family during the holidays was the greatest gift we could have received. See what a few attendees of the 17th Annual Holiday Party had to say:
"We've been coming for 11 years all with great memories of our family. Hoping for many more. Thank you to all those involved who made this all happen."
"Our best memory is that we get to spend time with family and friends and all the people who help put this together. Thank you!"