The Power of Women Acting As Agents of Social Change
The Junior League of Honolulu is a volunteer powerhouse of transformational female leaders who set bold goals, open their circles, disrupt convention and change the conversation for the betterment of civil society.
Pokey Watson Richardson has been a dedicated community volunteer all of her life. At a young age, her parents, instilled in her a sense of responsibility to her community. They impressed on her the philosophy: To whom much is given, much is expected. Thus, during her teenage years, Pokey volunteered at a local rehab hospital… Read More
Help Family Programs Hawaii with their annual holiday party for their foster care families to come together and celebrate the holidays. Over 1,500 children in foster care and their families will be attending, and JLH will be part of the 1,000 volunteers needed to help out to make the event happen. This event ensures children… Read More
In September 2018 the League will send RFPs to organizations that are interested in partnering with JLH on a project that would help women and/or children within the homeless population on Oahu. Details to follow.
(HONOLULU, HI – May 14, 2018) On May 18, 2018, the Junior League of Honolulu will recognize Trudy Schandler-Wong with its highest honor, the Laura N. Dowsett Award. Schandler-Wong’s unwavering devotion to the people of Hawaii exemplifies the very best of JLH’s commitment to voluntarism and community leadership. Her multifaceted contributions include significant leadership and fundraising… Read More
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