Park West Gallery Hawaii Announces Partnership with Make-A-Wish Foundation
In honor of its recent opening, the Park West Fine Art Museum & Gallery in Honolulu has announced an official partnership with Make-A-Wish Foundation of Hawaii with a $12,500 donation to help grant wishes to children with critical illnesses.
In addition to the financial donation, Park West Hawaii is committed to donating works of art in support of Make-A-Wish Hawaii’s fundraising efforts such as Wine for Wishes and their annual spring gala.
“We are honored to be working with Make-A-Wish Hawaii to help them fulfill their mission of granting life-changing wishes and instill hope for children with critical illnesses,” said Arturo Torrez, Art Director of Park West Hawaii. “We’re looking forward to making an impact in children’s lives and giving back to our community.”
Wishes that are granted have the power to give kids the strength to fight against and overcome a critical illness as it renews hope, uplifts spirits, and encourages belief in what is possible. It not only transforms the lives of children and their families but unites entire communities in life-changing experiences as well.
“We are extremely grateful for the generous support from Park West Hawaii and their commitment to our community,” said Trini Kaopuiki Clark, President and CEO of Make-A-Wish Hawaii. “Their contributions will go a long way in making a difference with our beloved wish kids and their families.”
For more information about Park West Gallery Hawaii at its new location on the Waikiki Beach Walk, visit www.parkwestgallery.com/hawaii or call 808-859-4871.