May 1, 2023


Zippy’s annual “Mahalo May” campaign kicks off on May 1st and as a way of saying “mahalo” to Zipsters, Zippy’s is offering its Zipster Rewards members a chance to win FREE Zippy's for a year! The Zipster exclusive: Mahalo May Giveaway will take place all month long, where each week, one lucky Zipster will be selected at random to receive one (1) redeemable in their Zipster Rewards account for $25 off their next order for 52 straight weeks, starting June 5th, 2023. 

This weekly redeemable will be sent each Monday and will be redeemable for seven (7) days. To participate, guests must be a Zipster Rewards member at the time of each drawing. If they are not a member they can sign up by downloading the Zippyʻs app or by going to www.zippys.com/rewards and submitting a signup form. Winners will be drawn on May 8th, May 15th, May 22nd and May 29th, 2023; one winner will be drawn at random and notified by phone. Each winner will have five (5) business days to accept their prize. For more information, visit www.zippys.com/rewards

“Mahalo May,” is a month where Zippyʻs gives special thanks to four local non-profit organizations that are dedicated to supporting and enriching the lives of the local Hawaii community. For one week throughout the month of May, a portion of the proceeds from sales of the Kokua Pac will be donated to each designated organization. The four organizations and their designated weeks are: 

Week 1, May 1-7: Honolulu Theater for Youth 

Honolulu Theater for Youth serves over 100,000 children, families, and teachers each year. Onstage, online and in the classroom, they encourage students to use their imaginations and think creatively, crucial skills for tomorrow’s problem solvers. 

Week 2, May 8-14: HUGS (Help, Understanding, and Group Support) HUGS is a nonprofit organization providing emotional and financial support to Hawaii families with children who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening diagnosis.

Week 3, May 15-21: Adult Friends for Youth 

Adult Friends for Youth creates safer schools and communities. They work with youth who engage in violence and criminal activity and redirect their destructive behaviors into constructive behaviors and utilize education to build them a pathway to success. 

Week 4, May 22-28: Hawaii Meals on Wheels 

Hawai‘i Meals on Wheels has served nutritious meals and social interaction to homebound kūpuna and the disabled on Oʻahu, since 1979. Doubling the number of monthly meals served pre-pandemic. 

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