Timeshare industry supports Kaua‘i youth

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    Nannie Ann Apalla, left, Kaua‘i Planning & Action Alliance program manager, and Alice Luck, KPAA president and CEO, display a check for $2,500 from the Hawai‘i Chapter of the American Resort Development Association, for the Kaua‘i Resilience Project.

LIHU‘E — The Hawai‘i Chapter of the American Resort Development Association recently donated $2,500 to the Kaua‘i Planning &Action Alliance for the Kaua‘i Resilience Project.

The project supports Kaua‘i’s youth by assisting them with overcoming adversity and becoming successful.

ARDA-Hawai‘i is the local chapter of the national timeshare trade association.

Hawai‘i’s timeshare units account for 13% of the state’s visitor lodging inventory and thousands of jobs.

The organization is committed to supporting the communities in which its resorts are located through organized events, monetary and in-kind donations and volunteerism.

For more information, visit arda.org.

1 Comments
  1. Doug January 24, 2021 1:55 pm Reply

    “The project supports Kaua‘i’s youth by assisting them with overcoming adversity and becoming successful.” So let me get this straight, the timeshare industry, which caters to off island owners, gives a piddling $2500 to help Kauai’s youth grow up and not be able to afford a house/condo/apartment on the island. Nice.


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