LOKAHI GIVING PROJECT
FISHNET DONATION DRIVE GARNERS $1002.00
PART OF THE PROCEEDS FOR HAITI RELIEF AND DEVELOPMENT
The Lokahi Giving Project in conjunction with Kaneohe resident, Amber Aduja, National American Miss Jr. Pre-Teen Queen 2010; former state senator Melodie Aduja; former state senator Ron Menor; Cassie Sumimoto, Miss Teen Hawaii – World 2009; Jadyn Wilderman, Hawaii’s Miss Grand Queen 2010; Jenalyn Ing, Hawaii’s Miss Ambassador 2010; Coriana Carpenter, Hawaii’s Little Miss 2010; New Media Productions; 12 Step House; and other volunteers conducted a fishnet donation drive the Kaneohe intersection fronting the Windward City Shopping Center. Today’s Lokahi Drive was from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The Lokahi Giving Project will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Haiti Relief and Development Fund for emergency relief and recovery efforts to help those people affected by the earthquake in Haiti. Assistance will include deploying personnel, sending relief supplies, and providing financial resources.
The Lokahi Giving Project strives to spread the Lokahi spirit with families in need, senior citizens, at-risk teens, children with special needs, and groups who need some assistance during the year. Lokahi works in conjunction with non-profits, group homes, shelters and hospitals to refer their most deserving and needy clients to receive Lokahi’s assistance.
For more information on the Windward City Fishnet Donation Drive please contact Melodie Aduja at 258-8889. For more information on the Lokahi Giving Project, please contact Mariellen Jones at 685-7721 or Angela Parker at 685-7333.