Helping Hands Hawaii held its annual School Tools Drive on Saturday, June 25, 2016 to collect school supplies for low income and homeless children throughout Hawaii. Attorney Jim Leavitt recently gave an interview with KITV 4 Island News on the importance of this annual charitable event and to encourage people to lend their support. Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner has supported this event for many years and is proud to stand behind such a worthy cause.
Monetary donations and donations of school supplies from generous people like you help more than 8,000 children in need each year. The folks at Helping Hands Hawaii use these donations to create school supply kits at the beginning of the school year and continue to provide support throughout the year as supplies are used up. We want to thank all of those who showed up to the WalMart and Sam’s Club on Keeaumoku Street this weekend to donate. If you missed it, you can still donate online! PayPal donations can be made on the Helping Hands Hawaii website at www.helpinghandshawaii.org/donate. You can also go to any American Savings Bank Branch to either drop off supplies or make a cash donation.
Watch the full interview below: