Benny Would Sing was a community-wide event hosted by Ring Of Fire's Malama & Kokua Hawaii Foundation for a very special friend, Benny Kai who battled lymphoma. "Uncle Benny" was part of our Ring Of Fire ohana as a highly talented entertainer, singing for our dinner show and at weddings where we performed, and also was our loving mentor and dear friend. Upon news of his diagnosis, Ring Of Fire teamed up with dynamic leaders in the Ko'olauloa community to assist in organizing and carrying out a donation-only concert. There were volunteers and professionals to assist in every aspect from start to finish for a remarkable showcase of talent and strengthened unity. Final product was an incredible concert with celebrities Amy Hanaiali'i, Weldon Kekauoha, Kealohi Serrao (2014 Miss Aloha Hula), and World Champion Fireknife Dancers, the Tonga Sisters, the L81Z, and Halau o Kekela --among other highly talented friends-- all performing from their hearts for a good cause. Attendees signed up on the Bone Marrow Registry, communities came together to celebrate a friend and family member, and businesses contributed selflessly to assist one another in reaching our goals.
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When we're not on stage sharing the various cultures of Polynesia, the ROF ohana continues to share the message of our Mission by seeking out and creating opportunities in what we call Labor of Love.
Benny Would Sing: Benefit Concert
Malama & Kokua Hawaii Foundation
In 2014, Ring Of Fire established a 501(c)3 Non-Profit organization for the purpose of strengthening communities, supporting educational and athletic opportunities, fundraising, and promoting other small businesses in Hawaii.
In doing so, we're definitely not alone. In fact, we've had incredible opportunities to partner with friends in our Aloha state to Malama (deeply care for another) and Kokua (have a sense of responsibility) in order to accomplish like-minded goals.
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