Help Adopt-a-School Day!
Team up and play some Archery Tag to help.
Now until the end of November, a portion of proceeds from every event will be donated to the Adopt a School Day program to help our local teachers and keiki!
From Adopt-a-School Day:
What is Adopt-a-School Day about?
This year celebrates the 11th anniversary of Adopt-A-School Day, which began as a Hawaii State Jaycee Project, and is now a National Project with JCI USA. A past Hawaii State Jaycee President was challenged by his mentor to put forth a great project during his presidency. After observing various educators in Hawaii pay out of pocket for their supplies, such as composition books for their students, an idea was born. That idea then, came to be known as Adopt a SchooDay. Today, Adopt a School Day is project that brings together the community to raise awareness, support, and to recognize our educators and their schools. We do this in the school supply donations, as well as through the donated time of our volunteers to create and execute meaningful projects for our educators and their schools.
Junior Chamber International (JCI) is a unique organization of young professionals ages 18 to 40 with a common goal to create sustainable positive impact in the community. Currently, there are over 200,000 JCI members among 5,000 local organizations internationally. We aim to develop young active citizens and equip them with skills and knowledge to organize and run innovative projects to make their community a better place.
The Hawaii Kai Jaycees is a local chapter of JCI Hawaii and this year’s host chapter. Established in 1994, the Hawaii Kai Jaycees has an established history of developing young leaders and leading community projects.