Hawaiian restaurant chain L&L Hawaiian Barbecue is donating a portion of its sales from their online sales to the American Red Cross of Hawaii to help the island of Maui as they recover from the tragic wildfires.
“We are humbly asking our supporters, customers, and franchisees across the nation to join us in our effort to support the people of Maui during this challenging time,” said CEO Elisia Flores. “This is a time to show the spirit and strength of aloha, which has been our commitment and mission throughout the years.”
For the rest of August, L&L will donate $1 for each order placed online or through their mobile app. The money raised will help the American Red Cross of Hawaii with providing shelter and will help resource thousands of people who were forced to evacuate their home because of the tragic fires. L&L was founded decades ago on Oahu and have many restaurants on Maui, but sadly one was lost when the fire went through the Lahaina Town. If you would like to learn more on how to help Maui during this time, click here. For more, click here.