Mālama 808 – Take the Pledge

Mālama 808
What is MALAMA 808?
Mālama 808 is a shared mission among restaurants and businesses that promotes best practices for litter prevention. We encourage our employees and customers to join in support of litter prevention. We also encourage Hawaii restaurants and businesses to sign the Mālama 808 Pledge. We strive to create a litter-free Hawaii with Mālama 808 and to keep our islands and waters clean.
MALAMA 808 PLEDGE
Hawaii’s restaurants are a kitchen for our neighbors. We cook the many unique dishes that reflect the wide variety of cultures which make our islands such a special place. We feed the island’s on-the-go outdoor lifestyle with meals available and when it is needed.
Hawaii’s businesses keep our society moving forward. We provide the goods and services for our community and provide important jobs for everyone.
As a part of Hawaii’s local community, restaurants and businesses recognize that we share a responsibility to protect the natural beauty of our island. Mālama, or “to care for” is a value that we embrace.
To help remind the public of our shared responsibility, Hawaii restaurants and businesses are adopting a cooperative message of “Mālama 808” to help keep our islands and waters clean.

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