EASTER PARTY VOLUNTEER

Come support Project Hawai'i as we bring smiles and and raise self-esteem of our homeless keiki.

   MAKE AND DONATE EASTER BASKETS TO HOMELESS KEIKI    

Have fun putting together Easter baskets for homeless keiki. 

Please choose a few of the activity items below or use your own ideas:

  • Bubbles

  • Jumprope

  • Coloring or Activity Book

  • Crayons

  • Easter Novelty Toys

  • Yo Yo's

  • Matchbox Cars

Then choose a few healthy snacks. Project Hawai'i works hard to provide only healthy foods for the keiki so please no candy, gum, cookies, or other sugary snacks. Ideas include:

  • Granola Bars

  • Fruit Cups

  • Crackers

   AGAIN, PLEASE NO CANDY OR OTHER SUGARY SNACKS - MAHALO   

 

Please let us know how many Easter baskets you're planning to make using the questionnaire form below. Due to the challenges of trying to coordinate 350 baskets, there is a minimum donation of 10 complete baskets. Mahalo for your understanding as we work to best support our children.

   ADDITIONAL VOLUNTEER DETAILS FOR THE BIG ISLAND EASTER PARTY   

 

Project Hawai'i is currently putting together additional volunteer details for the upcoming Easter party on the Big Island. Please email us using the questionnaire below if you would like to participate with the party. The website will be updated once the details are confirmed. Mahalo for your patience.

Easter Promise Volunteer Questionnaire

There are volunteer opportunities for both the Big Island and O'ahu. You will be provided with the address​ and date after registration.

Let's make this a wonderful holiday memory for these precious children. On behalf of the hearts of all the keiki, Mahalo!

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Enhancing the Lives of Homeless & Poverty Stricken Keiki

Locations on O'ahu and Hawai'i Island

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1844, Kea'au, HI 96749-1844 United States

Email: projecthawaii@helpthehomelesskeiki.org

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