Cow Pig Bun is a Fundraising Partner, participating in our annual Taste of School Gardens fundraiser and other events to benefit Grow Some Good programs. The restaurants co-owners have kids who have participated in our school garden programs since kindergarten and have seen first hand how garden education inspires better nutrition choices and greater learning experiences. Visit Cow Pig Bun’s facebook page for more information.
Fabiani’s is a Fundraising Partner since 2014. A participant in our annual Taste of School Gardens fundraising event. Fabiani’s is a sponsor with kids participating in Kihei school gardens. Our garden ohana restaurant offers fine Italian dining and baked goods with locations in Kihei and Wailea. Visit their website to make reservations.
Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea is a Garden Visionary Partner with Grow Some Good as a sponsor of our annual Taste of School Gardens event since 2012 and host property of several food and wine events throughout the year, benefitting Grow Some Good. As the employer of hundreds of parents whose keiki benefit from school garden programs, this model partnership is a great example of corporations taking a direct and personal interest in the health and sustainability of their ohana. Mahalo nui loa.
Sae Design is an outstanding creative team, helping us to create our logo and outreach materials — banners, ads, brochures and more! We are so fortunate to be working with such a talent group of people that help us to recruit volunteers, sponsors and other community supporters for our school garden programs.
Maui No Ka ʻOi Magazine is a sponsor of our Annual Grow Some Good “Taste of School Gardens” Fundraiser. Thanks to their generous support, we are able to spread the word on our programs and fundraiser to a enthusiastic audience of residents and visitors interested in growing some good on this beautiful island.
Fundraising Partner, Ferraro’s Bar e Ristorante at Four Seasons Resort Maui, is a participant and host in our annual fundraiser dinner series, Maui Chefs Grow Some Good.
Chef Craig Dryhurst is a big fan of the school garden programs because he’s seen first hand how it inspires kids to eat healthy, learn and play outdoors. His daughter is a school gardener at Kamali’i Elementary School and her dad participates in Harvest Festivals and fundraising dinners to inspire future chefs and sustain the programs.
Chefs Cameron Lewark and Peleg Miron also visit the gardens and inspire students’ healthier nutrition choices, during recipe workshops with garden-grown ingredients.