Posted on Sep 06, 2019
Support HRYF (Hawaii Rotary Youth Foundation) and Help Provide Scholarships to Hawaii Students
Did you know that you can help support Rotary’s efforts to provide scholarships to students while you are shopping at Foodland?  
The BEST and EASIEST way to give to HRYF is at Foodland during the “Give Aloha” campaign September 1—30, 2017.  Your gift will be matched so that a $20 donation becomes approximately $24, a $40 gift would increase to around $48.  The match comes from Foodland (up to $250,000) and Western Union (up to $50,000).  Based on past years, the matches have provided at least an additional 20%!
1) When you shop at Foodland show your Maika`i Card and make your tax deductible donation to HRYF (up to $249 per person) at any Foodland, Sack N. Save or Foodland Farms checkout from September 1-30, 2017. Please check to make sure that the HRYF name appears on the receipt.
2) Foodland and the Western Union Foundation will match all donations up to a total of at least $300,000 for all organizations combined.
3) Give a copy of the receipt to your Club Donation Rep or email a copy to Please be sure to include your name and club for credit to your HRYF contribution account.
What is HRYF? 
The Hawaii Rotary Youth Foundation was founded by Maurice J. "Sully" Sullivan (founder of Foodland) during his year as Rotary's District Governor in Hawaii, 1976-1977. It was Sully's desire to assist Hawaii's high school graduates realize their potential by attending a college or university of their choice here in Hawaii or on the mainland United States.
Did you Know??
HRYF gives a $5,000 scholarship award to each of the 50 participating clubs!
Where does the money come from?
HRYF programs are financed by contributions from Rotarians, Rotary Clubs, individuals and various foundations. Donations can be made through your Rotary Club representative or made directly to the Hawaii Rotary Youth Foundation.
Give Aloha, Foodland's Annual Community Matching Gifts Program, was created in 1999 to honor Foodland’s founder, Maurice J. "Sully" Sullivan, and continue his legacy of giving back to the community.