HONOLULU (KHNL) -- Your family is invited to have breakfast with Santa this weekend. The annual Christmas fundraiser benefits Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii. Here to give us a preview are Bonnie Parsons and Santa himself.
KRISTEN: All the way over from the North Pole, thanks for stopping by, especially for us.
KRISTEN: First of all, how can people have breakfast with Santa?
BONNIE: Well, we have breakfast two days, Saturday and Sunday. We have two seatings per day, 8:30 to 10:30 and 12:00 till 2:00, the lunch seating. They can call 440-4613, we do still have some tickets left. Particularly for Saturday morning but we do have spaces available for the two days still.
KRISTEN: So it's breakfast and lunch and they're literally there, sitting in the same room chatting with them.
BONNIE: The kids can have a picture with Santa and of course, Santa brings along his goody bag for each child and each child gets a photo with Santa. It's a full day, cartoon characters, crafts, after breakfast, they have crafts, they have all sorts of things to do, we have cartoon characters roaming around all day.
KRISTEN: Including Winnie the Pooh, Mickey Mouse, Elmo...
BONNIE: Oh, and we have Ronald McDonald will be there, one of two days, Hambuglar, the Geico gecko.
KRISTEN: Wow, as if Santa wasn't enough, right?
SANTA: All my friends!
KRISTEN: All your friends and Santa, how long have you been doing this?
SANTA: I've been doing it forever. And for Prevent Child Abuse, I've been there 21 years.
KRISTEN: Wow, and tell us more about Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii.
BONNIE: Well, the money that comes in for this particular event goes to our different programs that we do during the year and so we're looking, hoping to make about $50,000 for our programs so we can work with abuse shelters during the year.