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Skyline Eco-Adventures Donates to the Cancer Foundation

March 14, 2016, 11:48 AM HST
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Skyline Eco-Adventures photo.

Skyline Eco-Adventures photo.

Skyline Eco-Adventures partnered with Trilogy Sailing, Diamond Resorts and the Pacific Cancer Foundation to support Trilogy’s Blue’Aina campaign. Fifty volunteers joined to participate in a reef clean up off Mala ramp outside of Lahaina.

As the corporate sponsor for the day’s event, Skyline Eco-Adventure General Manager Erik McLellan presented a $1000 check to the Pacific Cancer Foundation on Maui in support of the nonprofit’s work with cancer patients, families and survivors. The day’s event was catered by Diamond Resorts on Maui and crewed by Trilogy Sailing.

Trilogy’s Blue`Aina objective is to clean up and maintain Maui’s reefs, educate the community, and raise money for nonprofits. Trilogy & The Surfrider Foundation are committed to cleaning 12 reefs in 12 months. Together, their efforts target reefs in distress between Maui’s South side and West side, along with an annual event on Lāna‘i.

For more information about Pacific Cancer Foundation, go online.

For more information about Trilogy Sailing, go online.


For more information about Skyline Eco-Adventures For more information, go online.

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