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Thursday, August 8, 2013


Recently I checked online and was saddened that here in the United States 1 in 5 children go starving, meaning they don't eat. What's the most important thing each human being should have? Food. Without food no one can survive. Sure you can have a house and a roof over your head, but if you don't have sufficient food and clean water to drink, it doesn't matter if you have a roof.

So what can we do to help others who are starving? Even people that have jobs have a difficult time providing food for their children. I've talked to many people here on Maui, and it is a very serious issue when kids starve. Imagine kids not eating because their parents are struggling to make ends meet. Some kids can't even afford a Dollar hamburger at Mc Donald's. Though Mc Donald's isn't the most nutritious of places to eat, tell that to a starving child.

Right now- we are in development of starting a company that will provide information on food, it will be producers of videos dealing with food, from how to prepare foods, to cooking shows with entertainment and education. Our company will be called Hui Ho ‘omo‘a meaning in Hawaii Together we Cook.

My long range vision is for this company to be around even when I am gone from this earth, creating information on food, as well as partnering with investors to create eateries that will put people to work, and serve awesome foods in a variety of styles.
And my goal is to help the starving children in America and around the world.

It is a huge goal, after all I've never ran any business before, but with the right team, I hope we can accomplish greater things in this lifetime, to change lives, to enhance lives, to care about what is going on around us.

If you are an investor, or a business person that wants to create goodness for the future, do not hesitate to contact us in the future. We are looking to connect with well educated individuals and groups in business, that can make things happen. 

No child should be starving.

Ron Sambrano
Hui Ho ‘omo‘a