Kilauea Neighborhood Association
May 2nd, 2018
Kilauea Neighborhood Center
Call to order: Yoshito L’Hote
Treasurer’s Report: Gary Pacheco
Planning Committee – Ron Paul
Elections Committee – Scott Mijares
Communication Committee – Shaylyn Kimura
Fundraising Committee – Stephenie Brown
Kilauea Community Ag Center (KCAC)
Kīlauea Pt. NWR
Kaua’i Flood Kokua update
Calendar for 2018
Approval of minutes: April 2018 minutes
The KNA meets the first Tuesday of every month at the Kilauea Neighborhood Center
Here are a couple of ways to help your neighbors if you were lucky enough to be out of reach of this exceptional inundation. IF YOU HAVE OTHER RELIEF OR VOLUNTEER HELP RELATED LINKS YOU WANT SHARED PLEASE EMAIL US AT firstname.lastname@example.org…
In the wake of emergencies and natural disasters, social media provides an avenue for those looking to raise money or contribute to a need.
Following the heavy rains and flooding that have inundated Kauai and East Oahu this week, dozens of fundraising efforts have sprung up on the popular fundraising platform GoFundMe.com….
Here are some of the notable relief campaigns online.
AND THIS FROM PACIFIC BUSINESS NEWS.
Aloha School Early Learning Center
The campaign, started by Ashley Guerrero, is looking to raise $20,000 for the Hanalei School which was flooded with two feet of water.
Anahola Taro Patch
Aletta Gonzales is trying to raise $5,500 for Jon Pia, owner of the Anahola Taro Patch, which experienced massive flooding. The money will be used to rebuild infrastructure, including fixing water lines, debris removal, as well as rebuilding the farm’s kitchen and small walking bridge.
Kauai canoe clubs
Rocco April, vice president of Hui O Mana Ka Puuwai and secretary of Kauai Outrigger Association, is looking to raise $200,000 for the Hanalei Canoe Club and Namolokama Canoe Club, which he said have lost canoes and equipment.
The success of the bookshelf at the Kilauea Bakery causes one small problem, we need more books!
100% of book sales from the Kilauea Bakery bookshelf are given to the Kilauea Elementary School. Over the years your book donations have provided considerable funding for literacy, over 51,000.00 so far. At this time we are reaching out through social media to see if we can build up a fresh supply of books for the spring and summer season.
Most of our books are donated by Auntie Helen Mitsui and her fantastic crew, including Steve Sobel at Shared Blessings Thrift Store. This effort is to help suppliment their generous supply.
Donations can be delivered to the Kilauea Bakery counter or you may call Tom at 639-4689 to make other arrangements.
Thank you all for your help!
|When||Tue Mar 27, 2018 6pm – 7pm|