Maui Humane Society is proud to announce the return of its highly anticipated fundraising event, “Wags to Riches” with the VIP event held on April 29, 2023. Shelter animals will be sent from the doghouse to the penthouse! The top fundraisers will earn a VIP night with a shelter dog at several of Hawaii’s top-rated luxury beachfront resorts, including Four Seasons Resort Maui, Fairmont Kea Lani, Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort, The Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa, and the Royal Lahaina Resort.
Shelter animals will be sent from the doghouse to the penthouse on May 28 during the second annual Wags to Riches event to raise funds for the Maui Humane Society. The top six fundraisers will earn a VIP night with a shelter dog at several of Hawaiʻi’s top-rated luxury beachfront resorts.
Are you ready to flex your knowledge? Join us for our Wags to Riches Trivia Party on Zoom! From 9pm-10pm on Saturday, May 1. Bring your pets!
Guests who raise the most funds for the contest will be invited to spend a VIP night at one of the three resorts on May 1 and they will also get to choose the dog they want to spend time with.
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The Wags to Riches fundraising contest will conclude on Friday, April 30, at noon. The top 16 fundraisers will be announced at the close of the contest. So far, the Maui Humane Society has reached 19% of its $50,000 goal, according to the donation platform Qgiv.
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The Four Seasons Resort Maui, Fairmont Kea Lani, and Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort are going to the dogs. The three luxury resorts are teaming up with the Maui Humane Society for its annual Wags to Riches event. Only this year, rather than host a mere event, the hotels are giving away one-night stays for the dogs and their human friends.
“We love the idea of taking a homeless shelter dog to a world-class resort where they’ll be spoiled for the night,” Maui Humane Society CEO Steve MacKinnon said.