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Dine Out with Hospice Maui on Tuesday November 16

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Choose your restaurant now from this great list of places to eat and support Hospice Maui. Their Dine Out promotion is so fun, all you have to do is eat dinner out on Tuesday night to help raise funds for this amazing non profit that works so hard for Maui’s terminally ill patients.

All restaurants listed are donating a portion of proceeds from dinner sales, unless different hours are listed.

Central Maui
 
Casanova Bistro
33 Lono Avenue, Kahului
McDonald’s Kahului
155 S. Puunene Avenue, Kahului, 5-9pm
McDonald’s Dairy Road
340 Dairy Road, Kahului, 5-9pm
Da Kitchen
425 Koloa Street, Kahului
Ruby’s Diner
Queen Ka’ahumanu Center, 275 W. Ka’ahumanu Ave, Kahului
Café O’Lei the Dunes
1333 Maui Lani Parkway, Wailuku
Walafel.com
415 Dairy Road, Kahului, 10am-6pm
Rainbow Room Restaurant
Maui Beach Hotel, Kahului, 170 Ka’ahumanu Avenue, Kahului
 
 
South Maui
 
Mala, Wailea
Marriott Resort, 3700 Wailea Alanui Drive, Wailea
Stella Blues Café
1279 S. Kihei Road, Kiehi
Oceans Beach Bar & Grill
1819 S. Kihei Road, Kihei

Upcountry
 
Kula Lodge & Restaurant
15200 Haleakala Highway, Jula
Green Banana Café
137 Hana Highway, Paia
Moana Café (Lunch)
71 Baldwin Avenue, Paia
Café Prana Nui
Haiku Marketplace, Haiku
Casanova Italian Restaurant
1188 Makawao Avenue, Makawao
Market Fresh Bistro
3620 Baldwin Avenue, Makawao, Lunch

West Maui
 
Mala Ocean Tavern
1307 Front Street, Lahaina
Hard Rock Café
900 Front Street, Lahaina
Maui Brewing Company
4405 Honoapiilani Highway, Lahaina
Café O’Lei Napili
Napili Shores, 5315 Honoapiilani Highway, Lahaina

Island Restaurants Lend their Support to Celebrate Hospice Maui’s 29th Anniversary

October 19th 2010, Kahului, HI—For over 29 years, Hospice Maui has been meeting the

needs of Maui’s terminally ill patients and their familiesfrom maximizing quality of

life and providing in-home care to grief support and counseling. On Tuesday, November

16th some of Maui’s most popular restaurants are inviting you to show your appreciation

by “Dining out for Hospice.” Bring your friends and family and enjoy a great meal at one

of twenty participating restaurants island-wide who will donate a percentage of sales

(between 10-25%) to Hospice Maui on that day.

The most important thing to bring to participate in Dine Out for Hospice is your appetite.

Whether it’s sushi, steak, pizza or greens, you’ll find a restaurant that will satisfy your

appetite and your budget. Plan a night on the town or gather colleagues for an office lunch.

Invite your family, friends, and neighbors.

“The downturn in the economy has affected almost everybody. If we all join together to

help our local businesses that support so many people with jobs and paychecks, and then

the businesses turn around and support our local nonprofits, then we all benefit while also

helping to grow our local economy” states Hospice Maui Director Greg Lagoy.

A complete list of participating restaurants will be posted on the Hospice Maui website at

www.hospicemaui.org and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/hospicemaui. If you cannot

participate in Dine Out for Hospice but would like to make a contribution to Hospice Maui

contact Kathy Kameda at (808) 244-5555.

Hospice Maui:  We believe that at the end of our lives, we are each entitled to care that relieves pain and symptoms. We each deserve to be cared for by those who understand the emotional and spiritual turmoil that dying sometimes brings. We each deserve the opportunity to express our hopes and fears, and to be heard, honored, and supported. And we are each entitled to live our last weeks and days in the setting of our choice, treated according to our beliefs and values.
 
Hospice care is quality, compassionate care to maximize the comfort and dignity of those with a progressive incurable disease who are probably in the last months of their life such as cancer, heart disease, lung disease, and others. We provide expert symptom control and pain management. But unlike other forms of care which focus only on the patient’s physical needs, we also provide emotional and spiritual support for the patient and loved ones, as well as bereavement support for a year after the death.
 
The major health insurers in Hawaii all cover a portion of the cost of hospice services, and community donations assist in making up the shortfall between insurance payments and the cost per patient/per day. But we provide hospice care to all those who are eligible regardless of whether they have insurance coverage or the ability to pay. Hospice Maui is celebrating its 29th anniversary of service to the Maui community on Tuesday, November 16, the same day as our fundraising event, “Dine Out for Hospice Maui.”
 
Serving Maui since 1981, Hospice Maui is committed to providing quality, compassionate

care to help ease the physical, emotional and spiritual pain associated with illness. They

provide services that allow patients to live each day to the fullest, with meaning and

purpose, in accordance with their deeply held values and beliefs. The Hospice Maui team

is comprised of nurses, social workers, spiritual counselors, home health aides, volunteers

and Hospice’s Medical Director who works directly with the patient’s primary care

physicians, the patient, and family itself.

About Jen Russo

I write lifestyle and food columns for MauiTime, love being a Maui girl and adore my big family. Dedicated food taster, blogger, internet fanatic, and Maui and Hawaii specialist.