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aio Media’s New Feed a Hero Campaign Aims to Say Thanks with Food

Show your gratitude and support Hawai‘i’s frontline workers with free meals during the COVID-19 pandemic.



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aio Media Feed a Hero Campaign

 

Everyone knows one of the best ways to show love, caring and gratitude has always been through the stomach. And with Hawai‘i’s health care staff, fire fighters and other frontline workers now putting their health on the line in our fight against COVID-19, aio Media in conjunction with aio Foundation wanted to say mahalo in a meaningful way, while also supporting our local restaurant industry.

 

aio Media, the parent company of HONOLULU Magazine, HONOLULU Family, Frolic Hawai‘i, Hawai‘i Business magazine, Hawai‘i Home and Remodeling, Hawai‘i Magazine and ESPN Radio, started the Feed a Hero campaign to raise money to pay local restaurants to prepare meals for Hawai‘i’s frontline workers.

 

 

Donations are tax-deductible and 100% will go directly to local restaurants. That means your gift will not only feed our heroes, it will support our local dining industry as well. All you need to do is go online to givebighawaii.com and make your donation. aio Media will coordinate with local restaurants and frontline workers to prepare and deliver meals each week. Our goal is to provide 50 meals each week to hospital technicians, fire fighters, EMTs, postal workers and many, many others who are keeping us safe and keeping Hawai‘i running during the pandemic.

 

Visit givebighawaii.com now to support Hawai‘i’s frontline workers.

 

 

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