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Maui Humane Society Virtual Holiday Auction Dec. 15-18
(Pu’unene 12/13/22) Maui Humane Society is hosting a virtual Holiday Auction with a vast array of gifts that are sure to delight! Featured auction items include local gift certificates, art, handmade crafts for dog and cat lovers, vacations, and one–of-a-kind experiences such as an adventure staycation in Hana featuring skydiving and hang gliding, a round of golf at King Kamehameha Golf Club, dinner for two at Hotel Wailea or winning the cover of Maui Humane Society’s 2024 Pet Calendar. All auction proceeds go directly to benefiting shelter animals.
“We’ve got something for every budget and everybody on your gift list, including your four-legged friends,” said Jenny Miller, Director of Development. “If there’s an item you have your eye on, make sure to have your mouse ready to bid, especially as we get closer to the end! Last year the auction really took off in the final few hours. It’s a great opportunity to find the perfect gift and benefit the shelter animals at the same time.”
If you miss the auction, you can still make a major impact through Maui Humane Society’s $10,000 matching donation opportunity through the end of December. Your donation will go twice as far, saving twice the lives of Maui’s homeless animals.
The auction starts at noon on Friday, December 15th and bidding ends on Sunday, December 18th at 6:00 pm. Items can be picked up from Maui Humane Society starting Monday, December 19th through the week. To preview, register and bid on auction items, visit https://app.galabid.com/mhsholidayauction/items or www.mauihumanesociety.org.
About Maui Humane Society:
Maui Humane Society is the island’s only open admission shelter, accepting all animals in need. The organization cares for over 4900 animals a year and offers high volume, low-cost spay/neuter surgeries to the public for owned pets. The shelter has a robust foster and volunteer program, transfers hundreds of animals through Wings of Aloha flights to adoption-guaranteed homes, practices TNR as a humane method of reducing the community cat population and provides food and supplies at no cost to disadvantaged pet owners through the 4EverPets community outreach program. Visit http://www.mauihumanesociety.org for more information.