We The Kingdom, known for their genre-transcending music, has joined forces with the Kahākūkahi Foundation to raise funds for families impacted by the devastating fires in Maui earlier this year. The band has pledged to donate a portion of the proceeds from their cheerful new song, “Christmas In Hawaii,” and for every view of the song’s new video.
Comprised of brothers Ed and Scott Cash, Ed’s son Martin Cash, and close family friend Andrew Bergthold, We The Kingdom seamlessly fuses rock, country, and gospel into their unique sound. Band leader Ed Cash is renowned for his songwriting, with his compositions recorded by artists such as Amy Grant, NEEDTOBREATHE, and Chris Tomlin, among others.
By partnering with the Kahākūkahi Foundation, We The Kingdom aims to provide support and assistance to the families affected by the tragic fires in Maui. Through the proceeds generated from “Christmas In Hawaii” and the video views, the band hopes to make a positive impact and contribute to the recovery efforts.