On September 17, 2022, the Credit Unions of Maui will host up to 140 golfers at The Dunes at Maui Lani for the 7th annual Credit Unions of Maui Charity Golf Tournament. This year’s tournament will benefit Maui nonprofit Hale Mahaolu to help provide housing, meals, and personal care for Maui kūpuna and disabled individuals, as well as affordable housing for individuals and families.
The tournament will have a 7:45 am shotgun start with two person teams, modified scramble. Cost per player is $175 and includes cart, green fees, specialty hole package, three mulligans, par 3 contest and grab-n-go bento. Those registering by August 19, 2022 will be entered to win early bird drawings. Deadline for registration is September 2, 2022. Registration form and additional details can be found here.
Since 2014, Kahului FCU, Maui FCU, Maui County FCU, Maui Teachers FCU, Valley Isle FCU and Wailuku FCU have joined together to organize this annual golf tournament to support local healthcare organizations. To-date, over $150,000 has been raised to improve the health and well-being of individuals throughout Hawaii.
About the Credit Unions of Maui
The Credit Unions of Maui is comprised of six Maui-based federal credit unions including Kahului Federal Credit Union, Maui Federal Credit Union, Maui County Federal Credit Union, Maui Teachers Federal Credit Union, Valley Isle Community Federal Credit Union, and Wailuku Federal Credit Union. Together they strive to make positive impact throughout their communities on Maui.
About Hale Mahaolu
Hale Mahaolu, a private non-profit corporation, was organized in 1967 and has been a sponsor, developer, owner and manager of 17 different properties (approximately 1,300 units) in Maui County (including the islands of Molokai and Lanai). The corporation’s purpose is to develop and manage safe, sanitary, decent housing as well as provide supportive services for very low to moderate income seniors, families and individuals in Maui County. The organization’s objective is to provide rental housing, related facilities, and supportive services specially designed to meet the physical, social, and psychological needs of our residents and to contribute to their health, security, happiness, and usefulness in an independent living setting. Visit halemahaolu.org for more information.