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Pukalani Terrace Center Holiday Food Drive continues through Dec. 31

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While Christmas 2021 is now passed, the Holiday Food Drive at Pukalani Terrace Center continues through Dec. 31.

The community has already showed support for this drive as Maui Food Bank Bins on site proved to be a popular drop off before the holidays.

To donate, the public can bring in non-perishable dry goods and canned goods to participating retailers. For monetary donations, visit mauifoodbank.org. Donation bins are located at Ace Hardware and Foodland.

In addition to supporting the food drive, families can support our local food establishments on site including: Wei Wei BBQ, Upcountry Fresh Tamale and Mixed Plate, and Kalei’s Lunch Box. The eateries offer holiday orders, take out or dine in.

Pukalani Terrace retailers include: David’s Happy Nails, Supercuts, Pizza Hut, Starbucks, Subway, Majestic Laundry and Ace Hardware.

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Pukalani Terrace Center also is offering a Holiday Giveaway through Dec. 31. The public can enter for a chance to win a free stocking filled with $100 worth of surprises from the Centerʻs merchants. To enter, follow the @pukalaniterrace Instagram, like the designated posts, tag a friend, and explain why you like Pukalani Terrace Center. Full details are available online at pukalanicenter.com.  

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“The holiday season is the perfect time to give back to our community,” said Sandy Yamada, Property Manager of Pukalani Town Center. “With both our giveaway and our food drive, our center hopes to make a difference for Maui.”

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