Thursday, July 4, 2019
Adopt Your Duckies today! Limited Quantities on Quack Packs!*
*Complimentary Tshirt will be received ONLY through purchase of a Quack Pack.
Quack Packs are a separate selection from a donation of $20 through the donation buttons below.
Limited to the first 10,000 entries. / Multiple entries accepted.
Prizes will be awarded to the first 50 finishers and the last place duck. / Winners need not be present to win.
Disclaimer: No purchase necessary. Multiple entries accepted.
Winner need not be present to win (winner will be notified of how to pick up prize(s) if not present).
Activities & Festivities Begin!
Rubber Duckie Race!
3:00pm - Rubber Duckies released and the race begins!
Kings’ Shops - Big Island
69-250 Waikoloa Beach Dr.
Waikoloa Village, HI 96738
About the Race
United Cerebral Palsy Association of Hawaii’s famous rubber duckies will take their 28th annual dive in the waters out of Kings’ Shops in Waikoloa - Big Island on Thursday, July 4, 2019. This signature fundraising event helps further United Cerebral Palsy Association of Hawaii’s work in supporting those with disabilities, including cerebral palsy, and their families by providing programs and services that improve quality of life. By adopting duckies, you’re helping to advance the independence, productivity, and empowerment of people with disabilities.
Pre-race festivities begin at 11:00am at the Kings’ Shops in Waikoloa - Big Island, with family-friendly local entertainment, games, and Duckie paraphernalia.
At 3:00pm, hundreds of spectators will watch 10,000 duckies splash into the water and race towards the finish goal! If your adopted duckie is one of the top 50 finishers or last place duckie, you'll win some great prizes.
Join us - it's a quack-tacular time!
Mahalo To Our Sponsors and Partners!
What is Cerebral Palsy?
Understanding Cerebral Palsy
Cerebral Palsy is America’s most common motor disability in childhood, a condition caused by damage to the brain usually occurring before, during, or following birth, affecting both body movement and muscle coordination.
What is Cerebral Palsy not?
Cerebral Palsy is not a primary cause of death
Cerebral Palsy is not hereditary
Cerebral Palsy is not a disease
Cerebral Palsy is not progressive
Cerebral Palsy is not contagious
Cerebral Palsy is not curable, although training and therapy can help
different degrees of Cerebral Palsy, from mild to very severe
an estimated 4,100 people in Hawai‘i who are affected by Cerebral Palsy
various assistance options, including mechanical aids, surgery, medication, counseling, and therapy (occupational, physical, and speech)
Many persons with Cerebral Palsy go on to attend college, are employed, are married, have families, and are leading independent and productive lives. By knowing more about Cerebral Palsy, we can continue to treat those with disabilities with understanding, compassion, and respect.