HONOLULU, HAWAII – Hospice Hawaii recently received $1,675 from Divas Going Good, the community service program created by The Wedding Cafe at Ward Warehouse.  The funds were raised through a shopping promotion that encouraged customers to donate $5, $10 or $20 to receive 5%, 10%, or 20% off their purchases from The Wedding Cafe and its sister store, Eden in Love.  Divas Doing Good used the money to purchase art supplies and gift certificates for art therapy for Hospice Hawaii’s pediatric care program, Mana ‘Olana Keiki.

“Our pediatric staff use arts and crafts as a medium to help our young patients and their siblings communicate their thoughts and feelings and create lasting memories,” said Kenneth L. Zeri, president and chief professional officer of Hospice Hawaii.  “The generosity of Divas Doing Good will really make a difference in the lives of our patients.”

Serving the community since 1979, Hospice Hawaii specializes in providing comprehensive, interdisciplinary care to patients with life-limiting illnesses and their families in the comfort of their own homes.  Hospice Hawaii also offers care in a home-like setting in Kailua.  Created by the community and governed by a local board of directors, Hospice Hawaii strives to meet the physical, emotional, psychosocial, and spiritual needs of patients with quality end of life care.  For more information about Hospice Hawaii, visit www.hospicehawaii.org.

A community service program created by The Wedding Café, Divas Doing Good supports and spreads the message of a different non-profit organization each month, encouraging shoppers and brides to get involved and give back.  Divas Doing Good motto:  Look Good, Feel Good, DO Good!  For more information about The Wedding Café or Divas Doing Good, visit www.theweddingcafe.net

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