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Review for Project Hawai'i, Inc., Kea'au, HI, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

This year I was one of the few fortunate individuals that was able to make a difference in the lives of homeless children at the summer camp hosted by Project Hawai'i.
I saw how much this camp truly makes the difference and touches lives of children living in poverty. These children go days without healthy meals, wear dirty clothing day after day, and don't have access to running water or electricity.
Project Hawai'i puts an end to their daily routine of living and provides them with more than enough healthy foods to choose from, provides daily hygiene routine and has so much educational programs throughout the day.
I was amazed that not too many people actually are involved through this volunteer program. It is life changing for everyone involved, and I am so happy to be one of the few!!
I would like to share this with the world, letting everyone know what a difference just a few hours of your day can make.
I saw how this camp helps the children with an over all sense of well being.
Please reach out and be part of this program to assure it's success for many years to come.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

I would figure out how to get them more volunteers, financial support and over all community involvement. I see so many people giving to organizations that are state funded, and don't rely on public support. I see many people volunteering in places that really don't have the impact or the need as great as this camp. Check it out and see what a difference YOUR TIME and money can do to help these precious children.

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Role:  Volunteer