ADOPT A SCHOOL DAY
The Hawaii Jaycees Adopt-A-School Day is a statewide grassroots effort to establish an annual day of awareness and service to Hawaii schools.
Dawn Patrol Assessments will be adopting Ala Wai Elementry School this year by helping with a beautification project of painting parking lot lines and curbs, as well as making planter boxes for the students to grow plants.
Since its inception in 2008, Adopt-A-School Day has inspired hundreds of individuals, groups, businesses, civic groups, and non-profit organizations - including Dawn Patrol Assessments - to conduct unique service projects for Hawaii schools. These projects address the schools’ needs and create a positive impact in the lives of the students, faculty, and volunteers.
WOUNDED WARRIORS IN TRANSITION
The Soldier Family Assistance Center (SFAC) provides tailored and responsive services to the needs of the WT and their Families. SFAC sites will provide a warm, relaxed environment where Soldiers and their Families can gather to foster physical, spiritual and mental healing. Dawn Patrol Assessments supported Chaminade University in honoring a much deserving Wounded Warrior at the 2014 EA Sports Maui Invitational basketball tournament on November 24-26, 2014. The soldier, Janice Wong, is featured in the Chaminade University newspaper and the Guam Pacific Daily News.
Dawn Patrol Assessments fully supports the WTB Mission statement to provide mission command, primary care, and case management for recovering Soldiers as the Army’s premier capability to set the conditions for healing and promote the timely return to the force or transition to civilian life and is dedicated to continually volunteer in working closely with these soldiers.
GUAM PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
(Click on the picture to see the full article in the Guam Pacific Daily News)
CHAMINADE UNIVERSITY NEWS
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SUPPORTING MY COMMUNITY IS IMPORTANT
MEALS ON WHEELS
Lanakila Pacific Meals on Wheels program is Hawaii’s largest and only island-wide meal service for seniors. Bringing more than a nutritious meal, their team of volunteers also serves as a connection to other local services, helping seniors maintain their independence, in their own homes, with dignity.
Dawn Patrol Assessments has been volunteering for the Meals on Wheels program since 2011, delivering meals to seniors for Thanksgiving and Christmas. This has been a great way to give the local seniors a healthy meal, enabling them to stay at their homes with their Ohana and avoid costly institutionalization and being separated from their families.
UNITED CERBRAL PALSY
United Cerebral Palsy Association (UCPA) of Hawaii is a nonprofit, volunteer health organization. Its focus is to positively affect the quality of life for children and adults with cerebral palsy or other severe disabilities with similar service needs. Support for the families is seen as an important part of the organizations mission. Additional energies are placed on preventing cerebral palsy and minimizing its effect. UCPA's goal is to empower people with choices and to provide opportunities of independence.
Dawn Patrol Assessments has been volunteering for United Cerebral Palsy Association since 2011, participating in the Annual Rubber Duckie Race and Dessert Fantasy. The exciting Rubber Duckie Race takes place at the Ala Wai Canal and Dessert Fantasy takes place atthe Pacific Beach Hotel. It is a delicious two hour event full of tasting sweets; all to support those with disabilities in our community.
Over 1,000 Athletes and Coaches from throughout the State participated in these amazing games. The Holiday Classic includes a multi-division 2 day Basketball tournament, Singles and Unified® Team Bowling competitions, and traditional and Unified® Doubles Bocce tournaments. The Holiday Classic marks the end of the Fall season. Dawn Patrol Assessments volunteers annually as a Bocce Ball trounament referee, cheering on the determination of every athlete.