Hawaii Island Dessert Before Dinner 2018

Hawaii Island Dessert Before Dinner 2018

About This Event

Have your cake and eat it too at this fundraising event featuring an all you can eat dessert buffet, pupus, drinks, entertainment, and prize drawing opportunities all before dinner!

Join us at this deliciously sweet event to raise funds to support Hawai'i Island's at-risk keiki.

To become a sweet sponsor,  make an in-kind donation, or for additional information, please contact Mandy Trella at mtrella@bbbshawaii.org or 695-4566.

Location / Venue

  • Address:
  • Hilo Hawaiian Hotel Moku`Ola Room
  • 71 Banyan Drive
  • Hilo, HI 96720
  • USA
  • Time:
  • Nov 11, 2018 02:00 pm to
  • Nov 11, 2018 05:00 pm

Pie in the Sky

  • Ken's House of Pancakes

Slice of Pie

  • Matson
  • HPM Building Supply
  • Central Pacific Bank

Sweet Supporter

  • Keaukaha General Store
  • Speed-O Auto Service, Inc.
  • Big Island Toyota
  • Tropical Dreams Ice Cream
  • The Wave @92FM

In-Kind Donor

  • TD Food Group, Inc.
  • Hawaiian Airlines
  • Hilo Hawaiian Hotel
  • WikiFRESH
  • Pacific Diamond Wedding Rings
  • Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope Corporation
  • Tropical Dreams Ice Cream
  • Cupcakes, Boom!
  • Moon and Turtle
  • Alaska Airlines
  • Cronie's Bar & Grill
  • Big Island Delights
  • Café Pesto
  • Big Island Candies
  • Erin Tokuuke - Independent Norwex Consultant
  • J & R's Lollipops
  • Meadow Gold
  • Mauna Kea Beach Hotel
  • Vanessa Carlson - Independent Perfectly Posh Consultant
  • Hawaii Volcanic Water
  • Denise Akiyama-Sakoda - Cosmetologist & Rodan + Fields Independent Consultant
  • Kim Aburamen - Thirty-One Independent Consultant

Our Supporters

  • Hawaii Electric Light Co., Inc.
  • Awakening Hilo Massage
  • De Lima's Plumbing, Inc.
  • HFS Federal Credit Union
  • Janice Kawamoto
Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawai'i

Event to Support Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawai'i

Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawai'i creates life-changing friendships. We match children ages 6 - 16 with qualified volunteers in professionally-supported one-to-one relationships in communities across the state.  Youth in our programs show academic improvement, avoid risky behaviors, and strive to attain higher standards of achievement. Our statewide organization serves over 1,400 keiki and mentors as Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hawai'i Island, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Honolulu, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kaua'i, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Maui.