Honolulu Campus Surpasses Goal with Easter Basket Drive

Contributed by Alison Romero, Executive Assistant

Maria Frame (Career Services), Mary Lee (Administration), MaryAnn Maltby (Student Finance), and Rayme Rivera and Louetta Davis (Admissions).

Maria Frame (Career Services), Mary Lee (Administration), MaryAnn Maltby (Student Finance), and Rayme Rivera and Louetta Davis (Admissions).

Our Honolulu Campus faculty and staff members helped to make Easter brighter for many in need as they partnered with the Campus’s Enactus Student Business Association for an Easter Basket Drive, held from March 31 through April 15 on Campus.

The drive brought in items such as toiletries, household supplies, non-perishable and children’s items for those currently in need at the Institute for Human Services, Inc. (IHS). Our faculty and staff members donated more than 30 baskets’ worth of goods, surpassing the goal of 20 set by the event organizers on Campus.

“Administration staff members Mary Lee and Ling Chong put the colorful baskets together and displayed them in the fourth floor reception area for the duration of the drive so that all of us could see the results of our initiative as well as enjoy the colorful baskets on view,” said Executive Assistant Alison Romero, who helped to coordinate the drive.

nactus Members Elpidio Jayar Cambe, Jr., Jovelyn Rhea Prieto, Losaline Tuatonga.

Enactus Members Elpidio Jayar Cambe, Jr., Jovelyn Rhea Prieto, Losaline Tuatonga.

More About the IHS
IHS is a comprehensive social services agency that provides a safe haven for men, women, children, and families in the community who are in dire need of shelter and food due to life-changing events such as trauma, domestic violence, mental or physical illness, homelessness, or loss of personal belongings and assets.

Bunnies hopping along to track the goal of 20 baskets. Pink bunnies represent the 20-basket goal; blue bunnies represent baskets received in excess of 20.

Bunnies hopping along to track the goal of 20 baskets. Pink bunnies represent the 20-basket goal; blue bunnies represent baskets received in excess of 20.

IHS also provides services such as case management, outreach, children’s enrichment, housing placement, employment referrals, and guidance in re-entering the workforce and society.

Once again, we applaud the generosity and wonderful team effort of our Honolulu students, faculty, and staff in coming together and coordinating this drive for a very worthwhile cause.

 

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