To create a template for an innovative and dynamic sustainable community planning process, using the Lihu’e district as the focus.
To create a clean, quiet classroom and library space on the campus to be used by children and families in the Kalihi, Palama and Liliha neighborhoods.
To provide young people with hands-on experiences through classes and special projects in the use of media, computer technology and related career fields.
To cultivate capable and responsive leadership for the future, and revitalize a significant cultural landmark (Laniakea).
To educate the community and actively work towards new solutions that will be demonstrated through the Green Building Initiative of Honolulu Habitat.
To make the theatre a better, safer, environment for the myriad of community cultural events taking place at the Palace Theatre.
To ensure that the Arc's central administration building, which operates their day centers, apartments, and homes, has a stable and durable composition in order to be able to continue providing services for their clients (adults with developmental disabilities).
To create strong, compassionate and resilient communities by educating our young people with a particular effort to reach at-risk youth in the culture and customs of the Japanese in Hawai‘i and help to promote ethnic harmony.
To create an innovative learning center in Kapolei that combines science, environment and the arts.
The restoration of a pavilion-type gymnasium to provide various youth activities at the Conference Center.
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