Magin Patrick, Project Hawai’i Summer Camp (2015 Impact Grant)
Magin Patrick’s Project Hawai’I summer camp is a month long program that allows homeless children in Hawai’i a peaceful escape from their everyday struggles. The camp is designed to help children build the social and life skills needed to succeed in school and eventually escape their cycle of poverty. These kids grow up without basic life needs, such as running water, electricity and daily meals. While at camp, they are introduced to a wide variety of educational programs, including science, theater, music, culture. eco-system, nature, solar energy and more. They receive nutritious organic meals, eye exams, dental exams, and an educational evaluation, plus new backpacks filled with school supplies, new outfits, shoes, school uniform and physical educational support.
2015 GRANT IMPACT AWARD WINNER