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Donations through dinner at Denny’s Sunday

Project Compassion lands again 4-9 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 22 at Denny’s Restaurant in Kona. During those hours, 20 percent of the dinner bill and 100 percent of the tips will be donated to the Kealakehe Neighborhood Watch Program.

County of Hawaii Fire Department personnel (in uniform) will be the majority of the servers, along with a smaller number of KNW Board members. KNW is contributing all monies raised on Feb. 22 to the Greg Cameron Medical Fund, a paramedic recently diagnosed with cancer.

The donations are part of Project Compassion, which is a partnership between Denny’s Restaurant, the Rotary Club of Kona and local charities, to provide support to non-profit organizations in our community.

Every month Project Compassion will be holding these fundraisers at Denny’s. Upcoming events include:

  • February 22: Kealakehe Neighborhood Watch with Hawaii County Fire Dept. helping to serve
  • March 8: Kealakehe High School Project Grad
  • April 19: Family Support Services West Hawaii
  • May 17: West Hawaii Mediation Center
  • June 7 or 28: Three Ring Ranch
  • July: The Big Island Good Beginnings Alliance: Baby Steps Program
  • August: Special Olympics

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