It is with great pleasure and honor to give you the final list of our 2012 Hawaii Slippah Foundation Recipients: All glory to my Father in Heaven!! =) Mahalo to Blaine Fergerstrom, Christina of MidWeek, Dean and Marrisa Capalouto of Oahu Express Ltd., Scotts Slippers, KauKau Wagon, Loves Bakery, Matt DiGeronimo of Smith Floyd M&A, the third graders of Punahou, to each and everyone of you for believing in us. Mahalo and God’s blessing upon you. ♥
It’s October 1st and like years past, I ask for donations for The Slippah Foundation. It started at Mayor Wright Housing seven years ago and since then we’ve touched so many lives. The individual stories, the tears and pain. The laughter, hopes and dreams. We are there to bring a bit of happiness for a little while. Joy and the Christmas Spirit to those who are less fortunate than ourselves. For the past three years we’ve gone over the holidays. And this year, we participated in The Convoy of Hope at Kapolei. We may be small but our hearts and goal to reach our recipients is Big! Please donate to The Slippah Foundation! Mahalo, Auntie Lynn and The Slippah Foundation Ohana!!
It’s time. =) Last year at Mayor Wrights Housing, I was preparing for our annual event. There was another group who thought they reserved the area for their event which included residents of Kukui Gardens. Instead of sending the children and parents away, I invited them. Thing is…we only had enough chili for our guests. heheheh I believe in prayer and that night, that container never went dry. We had gifts, slippahs, clothes, etc. for everyone!
PAIR2CARE” of West side stories
Child Family Services (Ewa)
Makakilo (PSI) Elementary School
State’s Waianae Shelter
Mayor Wright Housing
Kuhio Park Terrace
The Next Step/Puahala Homes
Kalihi Valley Homes
Onemalu Barber’s Point
Haleiwa Beach Park
Haleiwa Beach Park across the Fire Station
Wahiawa (Father Jack’s Hale)
Kahi Kolu Ohana O’
We shipped to:
Big Island (Social Ministry Caravan Homeless Outreach Program)
Kauai (Boys and Girls Club)
100% goes to the keiki and their ohana. The sparkle in their eyes tell a story when they receive a gift as simple a pair of slippahs. We’d like to give them an extra something during the holiday season.