June 28, 2016 – Mokulele Airlines and local musician Anuhea, announced today that they are partnering up to throw a concert at the Hotel Molokai, on July 15th, to benefit the Molokai Humane Society.
The Molokai Humane Society is committed to building caring bonds between the people and animals of Molokai through education, advocacy, and veterinary care. Molokai has many animals in need such as a large stray and feral population as well as farm animals that need support.
“The Molokai Humane Society works tirelessly to help the community in providing an essential service with little resources. When we learned of their situation, Mokulele Airlines was happy to stand behind them to create a fundraiser to help them reach their goals,” said Rob McKinney, President and COO of Mokulele Airlines.
The Humane Society receives no funding from the Humane Society of the United States or other Hawaiian Humane Societies and relies on the kindness of the community to keep the lights on. The island of Moloka‘i currently does not have a full-time vet so the Humane Society pays to fly one in as often as possible to provide life-saving services to the islands pets. The tax-deductible donations from the concert will be used to directly serve the animals on Moloka‘i and educate the community about the proper care and treatment of animals.
“We’re so grateful for Anuhea, Mokulele Airlines, and the Hotel Molokai for helping us put together this event. Every day, our amazing staff work miracles out of the converted shipping container that is home to our clinic,” said Molokai Humane Society Executive Director, Hoala Davis.
The Molokai humane society invites you to visit their new website www.molokaihumanesociety.org, courtesy of Wind on Water Communications. “We were so inspired by what Mokulele Airlines was doing to help that we wanted to create a new site that would help the Humane Society raise donations and increase community engagement,” said Anna Covert, Account Services Director.
“Hotel Molokai is the perfect venue for a laid-back concert,” said Anuhea, “and I want to personally invite everybody who can to relax and enjoy a really beautiful evening. It’ll be a great day and it’s for a really great cause.”
The concert starts at 7:00 p.m. To purchase tickets to the event or to support the Molokai Humane Society with a donation, please visit molokaihumanesociety.org