Maui Food and Dining

Three’s Bar & Grill Supports Maui Humane Society

June 1, 2016, 6:39 PM HST
* Updated June 3, 2:03 PM
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Three’s Bar & Grill in Kīhei has presented a donation of more than $1,100 to Maui Humane Society, thanks to the restaurant’s Kama‘āina Giveback Program. Maui Humane Society was May’s recipient of the program, which donates 10% of kama‘āina sales for the month, while giving customers a 10% discount to thank them for supporting local causes.

“With more than around 1,900 homeless pets adopted and given a second chance last year, we are very proud to support Maui Humane Society,” says Travis Morrin, chef/co-owner at Three’s Bar & Grill. “We hope our customers feel proud too, since they played a crucial role in May’s donation as part of our Kama‘āina Giveback Program.”

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Travis Morrin and Jaron Blosser of Three's Bar & Grill present a donation check to Maui Humane Society. Courtesy photo.

Travis Morrin and Jaron Blosser of Three’s Bar & Grill present a donation check to Maui Humane Society. Courtesy photo.

Maui Humane Society worker with dog. Courtesy photo.

Maui Humane Society worker with dog. Courtesy photo.

Happy dog at Maui Humane Society. Courtesy photo.

Happy dog at Maui Humane Society. Courtesy photo.

An adopted pet at Maui Humane Society. Courtesy photo.

An adopted pet at Maui Humane Society. Courtesy photo.

Maui Science Center is June's recipient for Three's Kama‘āina Giveback Program. Courtesy image.

Maui Science Center is June’s recipient for Three’s Kama‘āina Giveback Program. Courtesy image.

Maui Humane Society is the island’s only open-admission shelter, serving the Maui community for more than 60 years.

Three’s donation totaled $1,100.19 in May. The program’s recipient for June is Maui Science Center, a nonprofit with a mission to become a unique interactive destination, where families and school groups can explore science through hands-on educational and entertaining experiences.  The center’s goal is to open its initial location in 2016-2017, and you can learn more here.

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