PAYING IT FORWARD

Here at EAT PRAY MAUI, we believe in giving back by paying it forward locally and globally.  For every item sold, we donate proceeds to charities of your choice.

 

Locally 
RAISING MONEY FOR THE WILLIE K CANCER FUND WITH HIS SPECIAL COLLECTION THE ALOHA AMBASSADOR BRACELETS.

HEY GREAT THINGS ARE COMING.

 

Great things are coming, but you must..

✔️Keep pushing
✔️Keep grinding
✔️Never give up

GIVING TO LOCAL CANOE CLUBS

                                                   

EAT PRAY MAUI'S mission is to support active lifestyles and to spread MAUI and the ALOHA spirit around the world. EAT PRAY MAUI donates 5% of profits annually to various organizations on Maui. Canoeing has always been a part of the Hawaiian culture, having been first discovered by Polynesian navigators. Their traditional methods include star gazing, sun and moon positioning and the observation of ocean current and swells for fishing expeditions.

Canoes were a very important part of everyday life for all Hawaiians, as the ocean was a major
food source for their communities as well as transporting them between the islands.
EAT PRAY MAUI supports traditional Hawaiian culture as well as the communities growing needs.

                                                                                                                                

EAT PRAY MAUI has donated our apparel to the 2019 Hana Relay Races.

                                                                                                                                

EAT PRAY MAUI donates and supports the Aloha House. Frances Duberstein Director of Aloha House A Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program that makes it possible for adults in Maui to to change their lives and the lives of those closet to them. They help people discover their strengths and learn from their pasts as well as find new ways to live happy and healthy lives.

                                                                                                                                

Giving Globally

About the loans we have provided and the people we have invested in by visiting our, Kiva lending page. Learn more >

 

We believe that our valuable clients are investors in our mission to alleviate poverty and provide opportunities to people. We are helping people to thrive and giving them a fighting chance for a good life. With the help of our clients we have been able to offer loans to promising entrepreneurs around the world. We believe that everyone should be given the opportunity to build something for themselves. The same philosophy in our humanitarian mission. We all hear about multi-million startups, But a large part of the world's population is unable to even put decent food on the table, simply because they lack basic capital, we feel the pain and struggle of these resilient men and women, and we have committed ourselves to them. EAT PRAY MAUI donates 5% of profits annually to Hawaii and other organizations that help people on the planet. Small things can create large impacts. Similarly small loans make major differences for people with no resources. These people are industrious, skilled and dedicated. The deficiency of basic capital or financial resources should never be a hindrance for individuals who can start a small business and help others in their community, this is what we believe in. In collaboration with our clients, we provide microloans starting from $25 up to 500$ to these smart people who require a hand up. 

We partner with Kiva, an innovative and effective micro-lending organization in order to help out people around the world. These microloans are not a handout,
they are investments in individuals who lack capital but have original small business ideas. The desire and commitment to work and develop a positive community. People who receive these loans are generally students and entrepreneurs with low incomes. Kiva is able to lend money to people in over 80 countries. You can join us in "GIVING BACK".

                                                                                                                                

Giving to Steven Tyler's Janie's Fund