Kids at Ronald McDonald House

HONOLULU, HAWAII – Sam Choy’s Breakfast, Lunch, & Crab will celebrate its 14th anniversary with a benefit for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii (RMHC-Hawaii). The event takes place on Monday, June 20, from 6 to 9 p.m.

Sam Choy’s friendly staff will be serving up a variety of delicacies showcasing several of Hawaii’s diverse culinary cultures. The menu is full of local favorites including appetizers such as poke and sushi, a salad bar and specialty dishes like Chinese style mahimahi, prime rib, roast pork and jumbo shrimp. Finally, everything is topped off with a dessert station featuring a variety of delectables including a mini haupia profiterole. There will also be plenty of great island entertainment.

“Supporting and developing relationships with local nonprofit organizations is a moral obligation of all businesses,” said James H.Q. Lee of Sam Choy’s BLC.  Connecting our anniversary to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii makes it an even more exciting event.”

Tickets to the benefit are $100 per person, of which $60 is tax-deductible. Tickets may be reserved by calling 973-5683 ext. 240. Payment by credit card will be taken at the time of the ticket reservation. Donations will also be accepted from those who are unable to attend. Checks should be made payable to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii and mailed to RMHC-Hawaii, P.O. Box 61777, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96839-1777.

About Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii (RMHC-Hawaii) offers support for families with seriously ill children by operating two Ronald McDonald Houses in Manoa Valley. Families from the neighbor islands and around the Pacific may stay there when they come to Honolulu seeking medical care for their children. Each year, hundreds of families make Ronald McDonald House their “home away from home.”

RMHC-Hawaii also provides the Ronald McDonald House Family Room, a respite and support center inside Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children. At the Family Room, most of those assisted are from Oahu.

RMHC-Hawaii programs strengthen and support families during a very difficult time. For a child, having family members nearby to give love and comfort may be as crucial as medical care itself.

RMHC-Hawaii relies heavily on community support to keep the Houses running, not only through monetary donations, but also through countless hours of personal time committed by volunteers.

Located in Honolulu’s busy industrial district of Iwilei, Sam Choy’s family-style, casual restaurant opened in May 1997. It has provided local residents with a warm and friendly environment in which to enjoy large portions of local favorites. The restaurant features local favorites for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and showcases a variety of fresh crab, lobster and shellfish. Hawaii’s award-winning Aloha Lager is brewed on the premises.

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