Maui Food and Dining

TS Restaurants Matching Patron Donations to Hawaiʻi Foodbank on Thanksgiving

November 10, 2021, 10:19 AM HST
* Updated November 16, 9:18 AM
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The Hawaiʻi Foodbank now is serving about 60% more people than before the COVID-19 pandemic. Logo Courtesy: Hawaiʻi Foodbank

Donations made to the Hawaiʻi Foodbank at any of T S Restaurants’ eight Hawaiʻi locations on Thanksgiving will be matched by the company up to $5,000 per establishment.

Contributions can be made while dining in or when reserving Thanksgiving takeout meals through the T S Restaurants’ Legacy of Aloha Foundation. 

Hunger in Hawaiʻi is at high levels due to the ongoing pandemic, with Hawaiʻi Foodbank serving 60% more people than before COVID-19 struck. Currently, one in four children are at risk of going hungry in Hawaiʻi, and the state has the second-highest rate of food insecurity among children in the country.

All funds raised will stay on each island and will be used to support the island food banks’ various initiatives to keep their communities from going hungry. 

There are four TS Restaurants on Maui: Dukeʻs, Hula Grill, Kimoʻs and Leilaniʻs.

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Take-out Thanksgiving meals for one or four can be pre-ordered from Nov. 15 to 22, and picked up hot on Thanksgiving Day. Meals include roasted turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes or yams, vegetables, cranberry sauce and house made gravy. Sides come with the meal, but may also be purchased a la carte. 

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The Thanksgiving meals are priced at $36 for one and $134 for four. Starting Nov. 15, click “Order Takeout” on each restaurant’s website to order and schedule your pickup for Thanksgiving Day as well as to add a donation to Hawaii Foodbank.

Each restaurant will also offer Thanksgiving meals and regular menus for dine-in customers. Reservations are required.

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