Enjoying the Maui Brewing Company fundraiser.
A stream in TNC's Waikamoi Preserve. This is the water of our watershed and one of the reasons to preserve the area.
Maui Brewing Company Pint Nights
The Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project and the Maui Brewing Company have teamed up for the fifth year to have fundraisers.
The Maui Brewing Company is a responsible business that serves local, sustainable products and works to reduce their environmental impact. On these "pint nights", the Brewery will donate half of its profits from the house beer sales sold that night from 6pm to 10pm. The money will go directly to projects that focus on saving the birds.
These fundraisers are scheduled for Fridays, May 30th and November 28th.
Maui Brewing Company is located off of Honoapiilani Hwy in the Kahana Gateway Shopping Center, just north of Lahaina.
Go to Maui Brewing Company for more information.
Trilogy's Blue Aina Campaign
Blue Aina 's objective is to cleanup and maintain Maui’s reefs, educate the community, and raise money for non-profits. Trilogy & The Surfrider Foudations are committed cleaning 12 reefs in 12 months. On March 16th, MFBRP will be the featured non-profit on the Trilogy’s Blue Aina sail. A $25 donation is requested from all volunteers. The sail is from 9 am to 12 pm. Snack, Lunch, and refreshments are provided. Sails leave either from Maalaea or Lahaina Harbors.
For reservations, email email@example.com.
Maui Charity Walk
Saturday, May 10th: Maui Charity Walk at the War Memorial Soccer Field in Kahului, Maui. Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project will be participating in this charity event that raises money for various participating organizations. Sponsors, charities, and businesses walk a 5k on this day. Donations are required to participate and you may suggest which organization receives your donation. If you are interested in sponsoring MFBRP or participating as a walker, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, go to the Charity Walk Website.
Plant a Tree Campaign
Throughout July 2013, we successfully raised funds to plant 1,125 trees at our restoration site in Nakula Natural Area Reserve. We are continuing to collect seeds for more plants to be grown and then purchased. We will continue to take donations to help us purchase plants to restore this dry mesic forest. Please visit our Plant a Tree, Save the Forest, Save the Birds Campaign for more information or email us directly for more information.