My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Islands Society, Kailua-Kona, HI, USA
As an Australian the welfare of the Pacific Islands features prominently in my mind. As a student of Philosophy, and an educator, the future of this region seems to me both fraught with danger and with promise. My firsthand experience with the people at the head of PacSoc has offered me hope that there are dedicated, passionate, and most importantly, honest and honourable individuals working to provide opportunities that will aid the people of the Pacific Islands to realise more of that promise.
Having had the virtual galleries project, which helps Pacific Island art achieve broader recognition, outlined to me firsthand by Director of Development Keiko Ono I am convinced that Pacific Island artists are now, thanks to this initiative, capable of connecting with global audiences in a way that was before difficult and obscure. I encourage you those of you who have an interest in education, artistic practise, and the Pacifc Islands themselves, to find out, as I have, what you can do to assist this worthy organisation.
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