Tis the season for giving, and we are planning on giving back in the best way we know how. The final puka drive of 2017 starts today and gives everyone the opportunity to act as a giver this season- everyone can find a puka and pass it on. We can come together and all do something small and simple and create something big and powerful.
This months puka project honoree is Jan Hunter, long time Maui resident, who has a heart of gold and she shared it with her late son Geoff Hunter. Geoff was a bright light- a life and ocean enthusiast and medevac pilot for AMR air in Hawaii. This April he passed tragically while free diving leaving his large ohana with broken hearts. Geoff was loved deeply and the Hunters have received an outpouring of love from the community during this difficult time. We hope through this puka drive we can bring together a tangible collection of all of the healing mana to support the Hunters on their journey forward.
This will be Jan's first Christmas without her son and we want to bring some extra light into her life during this fragile time.
Learn how you can pass a puka on and contribute to Jan's Puka Necklace here
You can read more about Geoff Hunter here
It is the craziest time of year where we get thrust into the world of consumerism and time and presence seem to disappear in the haze of it all. I challenge you to step back, take a walk on the beach, think about someone else in need instead of the shopping list, and pick up a puka to pass on. Live Like Geoff!