The Business Of Caring.

Giving back is a priority in our RE/MAX culture. All over the world, RE/MAX agents make a difference in their communities – volunteering, donating money, contributing time and ultimately changing lives.

At RE/MAX KAUAI LIVING, we believe that outstanding service and outstanding causes go hand-in-hand. That’s why we are proud to help support Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and participate in the Miracle Home® Program. When you work with us, a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, (in our case, Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children) receives a donation from us (on your behalf, in your name) upon the completion of your property transaction.

Since 1992, RE/MAX and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals have partnered across the U.S. and Canada to raise more than $138 million for 170 member hospitals, with local hospitals determining how funds are needed most. Donations support research and training, purchase equipment, and pay for uncompensated care, all to save and improve the lives of as many children as possible. Supporting Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals provides 32 million patient visits for 10 million kids every year. In fact, 62 children enter a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital for treatment every minute. 1 in 10 children in North America are treated in a CMN hospital each year.

“By making a donation after each transaction (on behalf of and in our clients name), our RE/MAX Kauai Living offices and agents are setting themselves apart in their communities by giving back to their local CMN hospital” said Principal Broker/Owner Yvonne Summerfield, “in our case, every program dollar stays local, directly benefiting Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children. We are honored to continue supporting Children’s Miracle Network in every way we can.”

"Two of our children were born at Kapiolani Medical Center in Honolulu in the mid '90's, and we've been ever grateful for the great care our newborns received. We were living on the island of Lanai at the time for 3 years from 1993-96 working at the Manele Bay Hotel after Hurricane Iniki devastated Kauai in 1992 and we had to briefly move off-island. The local hospital at Lanai City had limited resources and they recommended all deliveries to be either in Honolulu or Maui. Moving forward into 2021 and beyond, I'm proud to be donating to Kapiolani on behalf of my clients."   -Bill Thesken

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