Condominium Rentals Hawaii GO PINK For the Pacific Cancer Foundation

October 1, 2019, 4:15 PM HST · Updated October 2, 9:53 AM
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For the sixth consecutive year, Condominium Rentals Hawaii is donating proceeds gained from online bookings to the Pacific Cancer Foundation for the entire month of October.

For each online vacation rental reservation made at www.crhmaui.com and www.crhkauai.com  in the month of October, Condominium Rentals Hawaii will donate $10 toward breast cancer prevention. Last year the company saw significant bookings for the month of October, and if trend continues this year, Condominium Rentals Hawaii hopes it will help generate a significant donation for breast cancer awareness for the Maui residents.

“We are pleased to be able to support this worthy cause and help raise awareness of the impact this disease has on so many people every year”, said company president Allan Raikes.

Condominium Rentals Hawaii has been managing vacation rental condos on Maui and Kauai since 1982.  The company offers over 375 condos all featuring full kitchens and private lanais walking distance to the beach, making it one of Maui’s largest vacation rental agencies on the south side of the island.

“The Pacific Cancer Foundation is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2005 by a group of concerned health care professionals and cancer survivors. PCF’s mission is to provide access, knowledge and support to all those affected by cancer in Maui County”. From more information, please visit http://www.pacificcancerfoundation.org/

For more information regarding this project, please contact Charlie Park at [email protected]  or 808 879 2778 x241.

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