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Help Someone Help Others This Christmas

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  quilly wrote @

Because of a past experience, my charity of choice almost always has to do with the giving of food. I know first hand what it feels like to not know where one’s next meal is coming from — or when. Thanks for directions on how to contact the food bank.

  Auntie Pupule wrote @

Dear Capsun, There are no words dat can express my heartfelt gratitude to you. I believe a Non Profit Agency should use ALL FUNDS for the sole purpose of what it is out to do ~ for the CAUSE. So many times we have seen others benefit from the kala instead of the those who need the help. Da Slippah Foundation started four years ago. Bruddah Blaine pays all the taxes from his pocket. I will be filing our own 501C whateva’s but unlike the others…ALL MONIES will continue to benefit those we service. Das how it was done in the beginning, das how it should be done today. From da heart.

Love and ALOHA,

Auntie Lynn aka Auntie Pupule 🙂

  Auntie Pupule wrote @

And another thing. We don’t only give Slippahs. We give to the Homeless Keiki on the Beaches and Shelters of the Leeward Coast ~ Food, Clothes and TOYS! 🙂

I meant to say “no words can not express!”

Mahalo,

Auntie P.

  exbor wrote @

Auntie Pupule: mahalo for stopping by, commenting, but most especially for all the great work you have done these past few years. It takes true love and aloha to be as dedicated as you. You are an example for all of us. Mahalo!


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