Celebrating Life

Memory Lane Thrift Store Update

We are excited to announce that we are in the process of re-opening! Donations will be accepted Thursday, May 14th from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm and Memory Lane will open to customers on Monday, May 18th with social distancing and other measures in place for public health safety.

Until further notice, the store will open to shoppers three days a week with modified hours of 10 am to 3 pm on Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Donations will not be accepted on days the store is open. Donation days for Memory Lane are Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:30 am to 1:30 pm and will be operating under strict rules.

Donations will be taken through a gated area with designated bins. Individuals will be asked to place their own items in the appropriate bin. No bags or boxes containing multiple donation items will be accepted. Donors will be asked to either take their bag or box home or place it in our dumpster. There will be a posted list of items that we are not accepting at this time. Should someone bring something that we are not accepting there is an option to take it home or place in our dumpster.

We are so grateful to our volunteers and the community for their support of Memory Lane Thrift Store where proceeds from sales go to support Nakamaru Hale Residential Hospice Home operated by Hospice of Kona. Should you have any questions please call 326-9293.

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Life Should Not Only Be Lived, It Should Be Celebrated

Hospice Headquarters

Hos­pice of Kona’s fam­i­ly-cen­tered approach to end-of-life care pro­vides warmth, com­pas­sion and that need­ed per­son­al touch. Based in Kailua Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii (also known as The Heal­ing Island”), Hos­pice of Kona focus­es on the whole per­son, and believes life should be cel­e­brat­ed with the high­est qual­i­ty of com­pas­sion­ate care.

Hos­pice of Kona is Medicare certified.

We Believe…

  • That the Hos­pice phi­los­o­phy enhances qual­i­ty of life;
  • That Hos­pice ser­vice is a per­son­al enti­tle­ment option;
  • In pro­vid­ing the high­est qual­i­ty of com­pas­sion­ate care;
  • That fear of the unknown can be over­come with edu­ca­tion and caring;
  • In respect for indi­vid­ual beliefs;
  • In sup­port­ing bereave­ment through­out the community;
  • In main­tain­ing an excel­lent, edu­cat­ed staff;
  • In being a finan­cial­ly respon­si­ble organization.
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Upcom­ing Events

  • April HOK’s Quar­ter­ly Vol­un­teer Class (date TBD)
  • April 5th — Lava­man Triathalon – Need Vol­un­teers for Aid Station
  • May 9th — Hawaii Vis­i­tor Indus­try — Char­i­ty Walk Vol­un­teers Needed
  • May 30th — Iron­man 70.3 Hawaii (Honu) — Need Vol­un­teers for Aid Station
  • July/​August — HOK’s Quar­ter­ly Vol­un­teer Class (date TBD)
  • July 17 – 19 — Camp Erin-Hawaii
  • Octo­ber — HOK’s Quar­ter­ly Vol­un­teer Class (date TBD)
  • August — Roy­al Tea – (date TBD)

Please con­tin­ue to check back for details about our upcom­ing events.