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Project Hawaii: It's for the Kids, Cuz!


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Today, we want to talk to you about Project Hawaii. We want to share how this organization helps our homeless keiki. We support this local nonprofit because it’s a great cause. 

Here with us today are Megan Patrick and Cliff Kama. They are two of the most dedicated people we know committed to helping our homeless children right here in Hawaii. Project Hawaii is run 100% by volunteers and solely supported by public donations. This organization and events, like their annual summer camp, are in the hands of our community. 

This upcoming summer camp is Project Hawaii’s 10th summer educational program. Currently, 24 homeless kids are enrolled in a summer full of adventures and educational experiences. Project Hawaii provides nutritious meals so the kids can learn and grow in a healthy environment. The camp started on the Big Island and is also on Oahu.


It’s for the kids, cuz!


If your business would like to be involved, you can be a sponsor for this summer’s T-shirts. Project Hawaii also needs help with transportation costs, admission fees for the Adventures Abound Day Camp, and food sponsors to provide 100% organic meals for the children. We will also be taking part in the Charity Walk 2016. To learn more about the walk, click here.
 Save a Keiki

If you or your company would like to donate volunteers, needed items, or monetary donations, go to www.projecthawaii.org or call (808) 987-6018. All donations are tax deductible. 

Let’s break the cycle of homelessness by starting with our keiki. It’s for the kids, cuz!