I am so proud of our interns! Help us show them how much we appreciate them with a donation.
While I was attending a conference in San Francisco, their Mayor Edwin Lee said: "When you have the opportunity to invest in our kids, you're going to see talent in years to come."
We agree. That's why I helped launch a youth-intern program at The Outdoor Circle to provide an opportunity for young people to develop the skills necessary to help keep Hawai‘i clean, green, and beautiful. This Fall, four talented students helped us to:
Thank you Gracie Thacker, Myles Ritchie, Dominique Cupa, and Gloria Taafe -- TOC's Fall 2014 interns. I am truly grateful for all your hard work and dedication this semester. I look forward to working with you more in the future.
It is for them and future interns like them that I humbly ask you to make a donation to The Outdoor Circle. Make the investment NOW, so that the next generation can protect Hawai‘i's environment. General donations made on #GIVINGTUESDAY will help our interns further our programs. Your investment on December 2nd will help kickstart more innovative techniques for fulfilling our mission.
You can follow the interns' work and share it with your networks by following @OutdoorCircleHI on Twitter. We are using the hashtag #HItrees.
With Warmest Aloha,
Director of Operations
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