If you can show generosity or share kindness,
then you have something to give!
Tuesday, December 1st, is #GivingTuesday, a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. GivingTuesday emphasizes opportunities to give back to communities and meaningful causes in ways that allow people to embody social connection and kindness.
If travel is not in your immediate future...
You can still participate in a variety of way. Every act of generosity counts. Here are a few suggestions we love:
Launch a fund where others can help your employees and their families.
Show gratitude and shine a light on your employees and customers thanking them for their support.
Raise money for an organization or cause you are passionate about.
If you have a storefront, coordinate a drive of specific goods and coordinate pickup with a nonprofit that can get them to the right people or give to neighbors around your business.
Share kindness with your neighbors -- check on those who are alone, elderly, or may need help with errands or a friendly call.
On your business front, post a poster/sign of support for your community’s essential workers, neighbors, and passersby to cheer them up and on.
This private non-profit organization is dedicated to caring for He’eia Fishpond – an ancient Hawaiian fishpond located in He’eia, O’ahu.
Simple Ways to Spread the Love this Tuesday
Use your social channels to encourage others to share kindness and be generous.
Post an #Unselfie -- a post on social media
Create an online fundraiser for your favorite organization
Add Facebook frame to your profile to show that you’re giving back for GivingTuesday
Add an Instagram donate sticker to your story
Share a story about who is inspiring you to help and why your community is so important to you
For more resources check out GivingTuesday
The Governor's guidelines are in place and working well to protect locals and visitors alike, giving you peace of mind when traveling to Hawaii. Here are the guidelines, testing partners, and testing platform. We look forward to welcoming you to Hawaii with a pre-arrival, negative Covid test. The Island of Kauai currently has a 14-day quarantine for all visitors regardless of testing outcome.