Leadership Development Through Community Service

Category: International Development

  • A Successful Operation

    RPJ kicked off the 2019 giving season with its annual Operation Christmas Child shoebox drive. Operation Christmas Child helps kids around the world with a simple enough premise: fill a shoebox and gift a child with hope. This year RPJ members and friends donated 51 shoeboxes, which were filled with everything from toys to clothes […]

  • Year-End Convention & Three Outstanding Young Persons Banquet

    The Hawaii Jaycees Year-End Convention and Three Outstanding Young Persons Banquet were held earlier this month on February 8-10. The RPJ Hawaii Chapter was honored to serve as the host chapter for the convention. The convention was a success with a Friday night social, Saturday training workshops, competitions, awards luncheon, and the Three Outstanding Young […]

  • RPJ Community Forum

    “On behalf of the Rising Phoenix Jaycees, we would like to thank you for attending our membership and community forum last week Wednesday.  We will be having our chapter’s strategic planning meeting and will further discuss with our board and chapter members to see how we will carry forward with the ideas discussed at the […]

  • Promising Project Postponed

    Chapter To Ask for Donations at Upcoming Leagues and Meetings The promising Around the World in 10 Plates fundraiser for the Hawaii Foodbank has been postponed until further notice.  The project from the minds of RPJ members Dawn Martin and Dan Bayly proposed to raise funds for the Foodbank by bringing people together for a night of international cuisine. Project […]

  • New Project Aims to Help Hawaii Foodbank

    Nearly One in Seven People in Hawaii Struggles with Hunger According to Hunger in Hawaii 2010, the Hawaii Foodbank now feeds 183,500 people statewide or over 14 percent of Hawaii’s population. That’s nearly one out of seven people in Hawaii that has to struggle with hunger. A new project from the minds of RPJ members Dawn Martin […]