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Project Hawai'i, Inc. was by designed devoted volunteers to enhance the lives of homeless and poverty stricken children through interactive solutions to help end they cycle of poverty and homelessness. Our vision is to help end the cycle of poverty by building the self esteem and life skills needed to succeed in the future. Our mission is to care for the children daily and emergency needs by conducting outreach and working hands on during their state of disarray. "Making Foot Prints in the Hawaiian Sands Worth Following" is what we strive to live by....
Project Hawai'i, Inc., is a nonprofit organization run 100% by volunteers to enhance the lives of children living in poverty situations on the islands of Hawai'i. Our public supported charity works year round to provide necessities to children living in substandard housing situations, such as tents on the waters edge, abandon vehicles, and make-shift structures hidden in the bushes and hills.
Our agency provides children with holiday parties, meals and services for all the major holidays including Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Other monthly services include providing emergency support, hygiene, food, clothing and outreach to the children living in homeless situations on both the islands of Hawai'i and O'ahu.
Project Hawai'i also provides educational and nutritional programs that include after school reading and tutoring programs and our summer camp activities. Children will also receive full back to school support from new backpacks filled with supplies, new outfits, and shoes. We also provide other educational needs throughout the year.
Project Hawai'i Summer Camp has ran for 13 years and won several dozen awards in nutrition and educational support. This program is our largest endevor and evolves year after to year to include even more learning opportunities to our keiki.