Project Dana

The purpose of Project Dana is to "Provide a variety of faith-based volunteer services to the frail elderly, the disabled and caregivers who are in need of social support in order to maintain a reasonable quality of life." 


 




 


 July 2018 Project Dana Report

 

 

July Project Dana was hosted by Group A on Friday July 20, 2018.  In attendance were 15 clients, 16 volunteers, and 3 volunteer helpers.  Royden Okunami was the emcee.  Celebrating July birthdays were Hagie Kaya (93 years), Aiko Sadanaga (93 years), and Kiyoko Okinaga (90 years).

Takako Miura and her volunteer helpers assisted the clients write Tanabata wishes on strips of colored paper.  They also made Japanese paper lanterns with calendar papers.  Thank you, Hawaii Island Japanese Chamber of Commerce for support and assistance with the Tanabata activity.  A monetary donation from Toyoko Ishizu was received.

After words of thanksgiving by Winifred Tatsuta, everyone enjoyed a lunch of baked chicken, somen salad, furikake rice,  tempura, tatsumi zuke, Jello and watermelon.

Next month Project Dana get together will be Friday August 31, 2018.

 

 

 


 

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