BENEFITING: Susan G. Komen
EVENT: Maui Paddle for a Cure 2016
EVENT DATE: Oct 01, 2016
Suzanne Canja wrote -
7:00am – 2:00pm
Ka’anapali, Maui, Hawaii
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa, The Butterfly Effect and Maui Jim present Maui Paddle for a Cure 2016. This fun non-competitive event for stand up, kayak and canoe paddlers takes participants along the beautiful shoreline of Ka'anapali Beach in West Maui to raise funds for Susan G. Komen, Hawaii Affiliate. Join us for this community water activity and after party at Hyatt Regency Maui with Anuhea!
100% of registration and donations goes to support Susan G. Komen Hawaii in their efforts for breast cancer education, awareness, prevention and treatment programs for women and men in the Hawaiian Islands. Our goal is to raise $50,000 in 2016! Your paddle registration is your donation to Susan G. Komen Hawaii, and includes a pink rash guard, goodie bag, food, beverage, special room rates at Hyatt Regency Maui, and admission to the after party with concert by Anuhea!
Registration will go up September 25th. Registration will CLOSE on September 30th at 12:00pm HST. On-site registration will NOT be available. After Party Tickets (admission only) will not increase and will be for sale at the door.
Don’t forget to fundraise by clicking the DONATE button! Even if you cannot participate in the paddle, you can set up your own fundraiser or donate to one of the many great existing teams by clicking DONATE above. The top fundraising individual will win a two-night stay in a Hyatt Regency Maui ocean suite, and the top fundraising team will win $500 to Japengo. The top fundraiser individual and members of the top fundraising team will also be invited to an exclusive VIP Reception with Anuhea! (Winners will be notified by email on September 26)
"The Maui Paddle for the Cure, with inspired community and guest participation, fueled by this outstanding event, exemplifies this year's Komen Hawaii Race for the Cure credo that 'There Is A Hero In All Of Us' as we celebrate breast cancer survivors, educate for breast health and support research to find the cures." - Susan G. Komen Hawaii
Mahalo for your kokua!
Use our event hashtag #HyattPinkPaddle and follow the conversation in the CROWDFEED link above.