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‘Project Compassion’ benefits Full Life, Sept. 20


West Hawaii residents and visitors will be able to support Full Life while enjoying a meal 4-9 p.m. Sunday. Sept. at the Kona Denny’s. 

Full Life will receive 20 percent of the food and beverage sales during this time and 100 percent of guest servers’ tips.

Full Life is a 501(c)3 non-profit, which provides unique, person-centered services for people with developmental disabilities. Founded on the philosophy of self-determination, Full Life empowers people with disabilities to determine their own goals for living a meaningful life. 

By stopping by Denny’s for a meal or just some dessert Sunday, the Kona community can show its support for work Full Life does helping those with disabilities reach their full potential.

Project Compassion is a partnership between the Rotary Club of Kona, Denny’s Restaurant and non-profit organizations in West Hawaii. The monthly events have raised awareness for many Hawaii-based non-profits and thousands of dollars to support their programs. All proceeds from the events go to the participating non-profit.

The funds raised will help support Full Life’s annual “Surf Day,” which provides a day of surfing and paddling activities for people with developmental disabilities. This event brings together volunteerocean enthusiasts, surf instructors, Full Life and the West Hawaii community to provide a safe and supportive opportunity for participants to surf or paddle.

Reservations are not required.

— Find out more:

Full Life: Stone Wolfsong, executive director, at 322-9333,, or

Rotary Club of Kona’s Project Compassion: Sue McConnel at

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