The 1st Annual Locations Foundation Legacy Project
E Kulia a hana pono = To Strive and do Good., provided Palolo Elementary School grant creating a new science lab and sustainability gardens. In keeping with the Foundation’s mission to help children and families in need, each year our goal of the Legacy Project is to assist in funding a meaningful school project. Our LOCATIONS mantra: Looking Out for Children And Teens In Our Neighborhood Schools, is dedicated to improving the lives of Hawaii's children through school-focused giving. "Through this Legacy Project, The Locations Foundation aims to provide a sense of pride and a spark for learning that will inspire students to love being at school and grow into productive, responsible, engaged members and leaders of our society," said Jodee Farm, Foundation board member and Partner at Prudential Locations.
Click here for the application for the 2nd Annual Locations Foundation Legacy Project E Kulia a hana pono. Deadline for application submission is June 15th. Please email applications to Noele.Kanemoto@pruhawaii.com
The 1st Annual Legacy Project provided a $25,000 grant to Palolo Elementary. These funds not only created a science lab, including all equipment purchases but also focused funds on other areas of the Palolo Elementary campus, including the creation of sustainability gardens for student enjoyment and educational opportunities. These included a rainforest, an urban garden, a peace garden and a garden with a variety of medicinal plants. More than 70 volunteers associated with The Locations Foundation, school faculty, parents and students worked on this project.