“I went from feeling totally lost to feeling looked after”
“Dearest Jessica and all the VASH team, From the bottom of our hearts, we would like to send our warmest thanks for everything you have done for us. You have gone above and beyond to help us get back on our feet and enjoy the rest of our holiday in Hawaii. We are very grateful and appreciative of all your generosity. Once again: A BIG THANK YOU!”
“Jessica, What can I say but Thank-you. You and the society were wonderful to me and my family. Thank you for everything you did for us. I think that your organization is an awesome thing for Hawaii to have and I haven’t been able to stop talking about how wonderful you and the Aloha Society were to us. Ashley and John are doing a little better. Both still feel like they have been over by a Mack truck, but each day they get a little better. We look forward to seeing you next year. Take care and again Thank-you.”
“[Jessica] and [the Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii] showed me such kindness and had the resources to help me through this and make me feel like I had a friend in a place where I had no one. I so thoroughly enjoyed meeting you and would love to see you again when I make another visit back to Hawaii. Yes, I will be back to personally thank all that was so important to [my husband’s] care and mine while I was there.”
“We are very grateful for the help and services VASH provided to us; and we are grateful also knowing that you are there to assist all visitors to the beautiful islands. With nearly 5 million visitors a year to Oahu alone, you must be very busy, but you provided us with the close personal attention that makes such a difference. We hope VASH continues to offer such services long into the future. You demonstrate the true Aloha spirit at times when it is most in need.”
“Jessica, it was great meeting you the other night and thank you so much for all that you did for the Wilsons! I know we tried to ‘ease’ their burden during a very difficult time. A Hui Hou and Thank You!”
“Thank you so much for helping us through a time of adversity. Keep up the great work!”
“It was very nice to know that there were people who were willing to extend a helping hand if we were to need it… What you did was a shining example of the Aloha spirit.”
“Thank you very much for the sweet ‘condolences’ card you sent us… Your card helped put a bit of salve on the horrible situation that happened to us in Honolulu.”
“This is a belated thank you note for your outstanding assistance when my wife and I were ‘stranded’ in Honolulu in March following my wife’s medical evacuation from our cruise ship.. You were an angel, and we are indeed appreciative. VASH truly came through for us! We will remember you and VASH with fondness.”
“I just want to say how grateful I am for your organization helping me during my hour of need.”
“To all the wonderful people at the Visitor Aloha Society, especially [your volunteer], whose support is very much appreciated. The words opposite say it all really: Thank you for making a hard time easier.
“Your kindness and help through our extended stay is greatly appreciated.
“I will forever be grateful for all you did for me.”
“Thank you so much for your help and care with my mother and her boyfriend. You were able to give them some peach when they were very stressed.”
“We have never experienced anything like [your kindness] before. We thank God no one was hurt. Once again, we appreciate your kindness.”
“My step-father passed away on a flight that had to be returned to Honolulu [in October] and I just wanted to acknowledge the kindness, support and assistance your organization gave to my mom. Despite her shock and grief, she still told us all about how wonderful everyone was in assisting her through this awful event. From the bottom of my heart; thank you.
“We would like to sincerely thank the Visitor Aloha Society and in particular, Jessica, who went over and beyond to help my aunt during her extended stay when her husband fell ill while on vacation. Jessica assisted in every way possible and treated my aunt like family. We admire everything the Society provides to travelers in need and know our contribution will go to help others, who find themselves in similar situations.”
“In Loving Memory to Bob Hanlon and a special ‘thank you’ to Jessica for looking after my very special friend, Edna, during such a stressful time.”
“I would love to thank this organization for their help with my sister, who lost her husband while visiting the islands. She was all alone trying to deal with this and this organization stepped up and gave her a lifeline for her to cling to. Thank you all so much for all you did for her.”