A portion of all proceeds made from the Haunted Trolley Graveyard will be donated to the Hawaii Foodbank. Here at the Haunted Trolley Graveyard we believe in supporting the community through feeding the 'ohana of Hawaii especially, during these tough times. This is why we are also offering customers to bring canned goods to the event itself to be donated to the Hawaii Foodbank as well.
As Hawaii continues to be impacted by COVID-19, The Hawaii Foodbank is faced with the unprecedented issues of feeding those who have been afflicted by the pandemic as well as meeting the nutritional needs of those who were already hungry pre-pandemic. Even as the community starts to reopen, the economic impact is still felt by all members of the ‘ohana. Though these changes are affecting everyone, those who suffer from hunger, are in a particularly vulnerable position, and the number of people who are hungry is rising at a frightening rate.
Goodwill Hawaii and the Haunted Trolley Graveyard come together to strengthen the community and create opportunities for those who may experience employment obstacles. This is why nearly all of our costuming within the attraction is bought from Goodwill stores. Rather than outsourcing costumes from large corporations in the mainland, the Haunted Trolley Graveyard wanted to provide support to locals within our community.
Goodwill Hawaii’s is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping people with employment barriers to reach their full potential and become self-sufficient. Supported by its retail operations and financial endeavors, its educational, employment and training programs have provided skills training, employment counseling, job placement and support services since 1959. Each year, tens of thousands of residents in Hawaii have benefited from its services. To learn more about Goodwill Hawaii, visit goodwillhawaii.org.
Last Updated Dec. 30th 2021
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