David "Kawika" was born and raised in Maui.  He lived in and around Lahaina and Up Country Pukalani.  He attended Sacred Hearts School in Lahaina.  He has fond memories of playing at the Shigeto Wakida Tennis

Courts down the street and attending the Hongwanji for after school Japanese studies.  Beverly (mom) was a teacher at Kamehameha III School, and George (dad) operated PD Wikiwiki restaurant on Front Street.  


Mahalo for a great, successful event on Saturday!  Ululani's Hawaiian Shave Ice lost two shops and a warehouse to the wild fires; half the funds will go directly to support the employees and their families.  The other half will support the 4 generations of Sequeria Families who collectively lost 7 homes.  Your cash donations will go directly to their employees, their families & communities who lost more than their jobs.   


Mahalo for your love and support! 

A month ago on Saturday, August 19th, 2023 we held a fundraiser to help our Maui Ohana after the devastating fires on the island. With 4 ½ days of planning we all pulled together and made it happen. No questions were asked - people just jumped right in to help.  Mahalo Nui Loa to all our supporters who donated their time, materials, and money!
• Al Pereria
• Alyssa Morishita
• Bamboo Grove staff
• Chan’s Steakery
• Columbia Empire Meats
• Craig Mayeda
• Dane Lacey
• DJ ERN 1
• Dino Gipaya
• Ford Morishita
• Fusion Shave Ice
• G-Man Brewery
• Here We Go Again
• James Hagar
• Jeff & Carrie Yoshida
• Jim & Glenna Sequeria
• Jolly Roger
• Jon Wippich
• Kelley McKay
• Kelsea Lee
• Kevan, Jenn & Mia Inouye
• Laneway Studios
• Linda Connelian
• Maletis Beverage
• Matta
• Neighborhood Businesses
• Neighborhood Residents
• Nicole, Reed & Wyatt Obog
• Ninja stickers
• Noguchi/Kawamoto/Bigelow Clan
• NW Stone & Metalworks
• Pet Loft
• PK Thia
• Pono Brewing
• Portland Music Co.
• Sam Malloch
• Sherri Lee & Kurt Nakashima
• Tim & Brenda Lohman
• Uwajimaya’s (Beaverton)
•  Zen Salon at the Landing


Big Mahalo to everyone who came out to support Maui! Together we raised over $27,000. Wow! We sent our love, support, and donations to Jim Sequeria’s family a couple of weeks ago to help them ease their minds in a small way. Last week we sent the other half to Ululani’s Hawaiian Shave Ice for them to distribute to their employees and community.


Needs are shifting but are no less important as school starts, students are off to college and transportation is an issue. Please know your donations are an unexpected assistance which were met with tears of thankfulness. Aloha truly has no boundaries!