HONOLULU, HAWAII – Family owned and locally operated Ace Hardware Hawaii and Ben Franklin Crafts has cooked up another fundraising cookbook to raise funds for Aloha United Way called “Mixing Things Up: Recipes from the Past, Ingredients for the Future.”

The cookbook’s theme centers on childhood and child development, which is a major focus area for the United Way.  The fundraising cookbook consists of over 140 recipes with dishes that our hardware and craft employees loved to eat growing up; but also that their children or family still enjoy today.   Owner Paul Mizoguchi said, “We hope you enjoy all the recipes that are included in this cookbook just as they brought many enjoyable memories for each of our families.”

Ace Hardware Hawaii and Ben Franklin Crafts value their customers and community, and are steadfast supporters of Aloha United Way.  One hundred percent of the cookbook’s sales will benefit the nonprofit agency.  The cookbook sells for $10 and will be available from now until the end of the year.

Find the fundraising cookbooks at participating Ben Franklin Crafts and Ace Hardware Hawaii stores in Washington, Oregon, Nevada and on the islands of Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island.  Please visit the websites: www.acehardwarehawaii.com and www.benfranklinhawaii.com for more information about the cookbook or store specials.

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