“Mahalo” is Hawaiian for “thank you.” So it seems only fitting that Mahalo Mondays at Hula’s Modern Tiki would support Valley charities and thank them for their hard work.
Friends of Animal Care & Control (FACCs) is the latest organization to benefit from the hip hangout’s generosity. Each Monday in August, Friends of Animal Care & Control will receive 10% of the day’s gross proceeds. Money raised through August’s Mahalo Mondays program will help decrease the number of homeless animals in Maricopa County by funding free spay and neuter services through Maricopa County Animal Care & Control’s Spay Neuter Assistance Program. Last year, more than 11,000 animals were spayed or neutered at no-cost.
“We are excited about the partnership with Hula,” said FACCs Executive Director, Melissa Gable. “Thanks to Hula’s generosity, and with the help of Monday dinners, we will be able to spay/neuter more animals, which will go far in helping us decrease unwanted births that turn into homeless animals.”
Friends of Animal Care & Control is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. Their mission is to end euthanasia of healthy and adoptable dogs and cats in our community by raising funds to support the non-mandated programs of Maricopa County Animal Care & Control. For more information, visit www.azfaccs.org.