03 Feb Donation Report – 111-HAWAII PROJECT 1st Period Donation Presentation
Donation Report – 111-HAWAII PROJECT 1st Period Donation Presentation
January 28th 2016 Donation Presentation
A portion of the project's sales of 2015 was presented to the first charitable NPO, Nā Kama Kai
111-HAWAII PROJECT Office donated 2% of all the project’s sales of 2015 (12/10/2014–12/31/2015) which came out to a total of $1988.95 to Nā Kama Kai, a local non-profit organization who targets ocean safety and conservation awareness to the next generation.
January 28, 2016, the donation presentation ceremony was held at Travel Plaza located at the Waikiki Shopping Plaza basement level. 111-HAWAII PROJECT representative, Kuni Yamamoto and Mitsue Varley of Hawaii Tourism Japan presented the donation to Duane DeSoto, the founder of Nā Kama Kai who’s also a pro surfer.
1st Period donation amount: $1,988.95
A portion of all sales of 111-HAWAII PROJECT products will be donated to local non-profit organizations selected by Hawaii Tourism Japan to help lead the positive ecological growth and environmental preservation of our Hawaii. Detailed information about Nā Kama Kai who was selected for the first year, please see here > nakamakai.org
*The charitable foundations is selected each year. The next NPO for the 2nd period of 2016 will be announced on the website upon being selected.
Left: 111-HAWAII PROJECT Representative, Kuni Yamamoto / Center: Duane DeSoto of Nā Kama Kai / Right: Mitsue Varley of Hawaii Tourism Japan
Donation Ceremony at WORKSHOP Event 2016
“This donation was a very valuable result of visitors and locals purchasing our products little by little for a year. I would like to present this to Nā Kama Kai on behalf of all those who supported the project to raise the value of Made in Hawaii. Let’s keep this up and help our Hawaii together!” expressed Kuni Yamamoto.