Chef Paris Serves Up His Support

Paris Nabavi – Chef and Philanthropist Chef Paris Nabavi serves up a fantastic meal with a focus on community support in his popular private fundraising events for Grow Some Good. Featuring the Persian food of his culture, he creates a multi-course meal, complete with fine wine and warm hospitality. Chef Paris does not accept any payment… [Continue Reading]

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Visit Lahaina Intermediate’s School Garden

See the School Garden at Lahaina Intermediate School Take a “virtual tour” of the Grow Some Good school garden at Lahaina Intermediate School, featured in the video below.  This piece was created by students as part of the PBS Hawaii news show HIKI NŌ. “We Can All Work Together” The video features many of the students, faculty and… [Continue Reading]

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Shop Using AmazonSmile to Support Grow Some Good

AmazonSmile Here’s an easy, automatic way to support Grow Some Good at no cost to you! Every time you purchase something through Amazon using their AmazonSmile program,  .5% of the qualifying purchase amount is donated to Grow Some Good. All you have to do is shop! Millions of products on Amazon qualify for this amazing program. Eligible products are… [Continue Reading]

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The Academic Impact of School Gardens

Maui Teachers’ Perspectives It’s no secret that students, parents, and teachers love our school gardens! During garden visits, students spend hours discovering the wonder of growing their own food; the gardens bring beauty to our school campuses; students, families and members of the community enjoy the fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs they produce. As an organization, we… [Continue Reading]

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Summer School Garden Tours

Grow Some Good supporters recently took a tour of all the good things growing in two of our most established school garden programs at Lokelani Intermediate School and Kihei Elementary School.  Guests spent 2 hours exploring the transformation of garden spaces and learning about the scope of garden planning, education and maintenance involved. Before &… [Continue Reading]

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Maui RSVP Dine Out Supports Maui Youth Programs May 27 – June 5

Dine Out and Support Maui Charities Award-winning Chef Paris Nabavi, owner of Sangrita Grill and Cantina, continues to make his mark on the Maui community. Grow Some Good is thrilled to be included in his new “Maui RSVP” dining program, which supports eight local non-profits while giving diners an opportunity to dine out at a great… [Continue Reading]

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Taste of School Gardens Gala Grows Some Good!

Wow! What a night! More than 400 people attended the 4th Annual Taste of School Gardens gala on Saturday March 12th, 2016, on the Hotel Wailea Sunset Lawn. Thanks to all the support from our ‘ohana, we raised $60,000 for more than 3,000 students in school garden programs across Maui. The evening featured fabulous food… [Continue Reading]

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