Maui’s 5th Annual Paddle For A Cure, Oct. 13

October 12, 2018, 11:00 AM HST · Updated October 12, 12:55 PM
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The Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa is accepting registrations for their fifth annual Maui Paddle for a Cure which takes place Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. along the Kā‘anapali Beach shoreline.

Maui Paddle for a Cure is a fun, non-competitive event that takes stand up, kayak and canoe paddlers along the Kā‘anapali Beach shoreline in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to raise funds for Susan G. Komen Hawai‘i. The event is presented in partnership with The Butterfly Effect and Maui Jim.

“Each year, we look forward to raising awareness and funds for Susan G. Komen Hawai‘i with the help of our community and partners who come together for Maui Paddle for a Cure,” said Fred Findlen, general manager at Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa. “Now in our fifth year of presenting this event, we have a goal of achieving $55,000 for the fight against breast cancer.”

Resort guests and the members of the Maui community 18 years and older are invited to an open paddle along Kā‘anapali Beach by stand up paddle board, kayak or canoe, all to benefit this important cause.

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Participants can reserve a board to use at the time of registration.

An after party and silent auction at Sunset Terrace in the Hyatt Regency Maui will feature food & drink specials and a performance by Anuhea, a Hawai‘i-based singer and musician.

Participation in the paddle event costs $65 per person, and includes a rash guard, goodie bag, and admission to the after party with food and drink; or $85 per person, which also includes a SUP rental board.

Prices go up after Oct. 1, 2018. After party only tickets can be purchased for $25/person at the door.

One-hundred percent of donations and registration fees will support Susan G. Komen Hawai‘i in their efforts for breast cancer awareness, education, prevention, and treatment programs for women and men in the Hawaiian Islands.

Fundraising will go through the end of October, and the top fundraising individual will win a one-night stay in the Hyatt Regency Maui Presidential Suite, while the top fundraising team will win $500 to Japengo.

To set up your own Maui Paddle for a Cure fundraising team for Susan G. Komen Hawai‘i or to donate to one of the many great existing teams, visit https://www.crowdrise.com/MauiPaddle18.

Donations will be accepted through Oct. 31, 2018.

Individuals can also support this cause through two additional unique fundraising opportunities offered by Hyatt Regency Maui:

  • Cabanas for a Cure – The new Pink Ocean Hale package at Hyatt Regency Maui features two pink Ocean Hales as part of its new “Cabanas for a Cure” program. Resort guests may rent the pink cabanas now through the end of October and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the cause. The Pink Ocean Hale package include two complimentary cocktails. Rentals can be booked by calling (808) 667-3225.
  • Purchase Pink Merchandise – Visit Hyatt Regency Maui now through the end of October and stop by the Pool Desk to purchase pink merchandise. A portion of proceeds will go to Susan G. Komen® Hawai‘i. During Breast Cancer Awareness month in October, look for limited time select items at Japengo, Drums of the Pacific Lu’au, Kamaha’o a Marilyn Monroe Spa, and Son’z Steakhouse as well. Pink merchandise is not available for purchase online.

Follow the event on social media with the hashtag #HyattPinkPaddle. To join the cause and register or donate, visit the Maui Paddle for a Cure website at https://www.crowdrise.com/MauiPaddle18.

For more information regarding Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa, please contact the resort by phone at 808-661-1234, or visit the resort website at www.maui.regency.hyatt.com.

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