Time to Make a Difference

April 03, 2020

Time to Make a Difference

As the virus spreads, so does anxiety and fear which is why we need your help to SHARE ALOHA and make a difference. We're giving you one of our Best Sellers to pay it forward to a loved one or a complete stranger during these tough times. Re-gifting is absolutely encouraged! Love unexpectedly can make the biggest difference in someone's life. Send a care package to a friend, co-worker or loved one since we're all hunkered down in our homes.

We are inspired by the unsung heroes in healthcare — nurses, doctors, technicians and volunteers — in hospitals, clinics and testing stations across America on the front lines fighting the virus. Those preparing meals and delivering them to people who can't shop or cook for themselves. Grocery store clerks and cashiers; branch managers and tellers who keep the stores and banks open. Military and National Guard personnel building temporary hospitals and quarantine stations. You may know someone on the front lines.

Social distancing can be harder on those struggling with depression, addiction or recent job loss. Together, we can bring happiness to these suffering in silence.

Please partner with us to share moments of warmth, relaxation and well-being during these trying times.

Be well and stay safe.  Mahalo!






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