Community Service projects

2017-2018

 
ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITTEE:
Hugh Damon, Chair
Phone:  728-2104
Email:  hugh@damonhawaii.com
 
Current projects:
Partnership with Malama Maunalua to clean up invasive species in Maunalua Bay
Planting of 160 trees - A Rotary project to plant enough trees to match our club's membership
* 25 trees at Palama Settlement
* 100+ trees in partnership with Kahauiki Village, a new homeless community on Sand Island in development.  Mike Motoda of Walters Kimura Motoda has completed the landscape plan.
 
 
ROTARY ACTION TEAM (RAT Pack):
Jayson Harper, Chair
Phone:  228-1897
Email:  jaysonharper657@gmail.com
 
Current projects:
Palama Settlement, Paul Saito, Chair
Phone:  521-92225
Email:  psaito@cades.com
*Planting trees and developing a garden - completed on 2 Saturdays in August!
 
 
WEINBERG FRIENDS PROJECT:
President Elect Bub Wo, Chair
Phone:  543-5335
Email:  bwo@cswo.com
 
Current project:
Annually the Rotary Club of Honolulu completes a major project with a non-profit organization that serves the "at risk", indigent or homeless population.  This year is a partnership with YWCA to build a garden at the Fernhurst Residence in Makiki.  At the completion of the project by 25 Rotarians, the Weinberg Foundation awards a $10,000 grant to the non-profit selected by the project chair.
 
 
LITERACY PROJECT:
Diana Sakurai, Chair
Phone:  593-2922
Email:  dianasakurai@yahoo.com
 
Current projects:
Volunteer after school tutoring through Hawaii Literacy Organization
Saturday Story & Craft Time at Mayor Wright/Kuhio Park Terrace Housing
Family Library Clean-up
Prize donations for Keiki Incentive Reading Program
 
 
PEACEMAKER COMMITTEE:
Rich Proctor, Chair
Phone:  457-4753
Email:  rich@jerryhay.com
 
Current project:
Oahu-wide school video contest with OLELO
 
 
DISASTER PREPAREDNESS:
Frances Mossman, Chair
Phone:  225-3548
Email:  mossman.ssd@outlook.com
 
 
POSSIBLE PROJECTS IN DEVELOPMENT:
Partnership with HI TECH OHANA
Contact:  Ani Menon, 540-2800
Purpose:  to identify funding and volunteers to feed homeless at IHS for one dinner
 
Partnership with Keiki O Ka Aina's Hoomaku Project
Contact:  Jenson Kalua, jensen@koko.org
Purpose:  to mentor young incarcerated fathers upon release