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Artists for Appleseed 2018
5:30 PM - 11:59 PM The Pacific Club
Date: October 12, 2018 to October 12, 2018
Where: The Pacific Club, 3075 Pacific Heights Road, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, 96813
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Education
Ticket Price: N/A
THE 7TH ANNUALARTISTS FOR APPLESEED Dinner, Art Exhibition & Sale In support of the Hawai‘i Appleseed Center for Law & Economic Justice Presenting the Good Apple Award to Hawai‘i Children's Action Network The evening includes dinner, wine, and the work of local artists, which will be displayed and offered for sale. For more information about tickets and sponsoring, please contact Nicole Woo at a4a @ or call (808) 369-2512. MAHALO TO OUR SPONSORS* Diamond - $10,000 Dentons US LLP Platinum - $7,500 Jacqueline and David ReberGoodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel LLP Watanabe Ing LLP Gold - $5,000 Carlsmith Ball LLPEdgeworth EconomicsHawai‘i GasHawai‘i Pacific HealthKaiser PermanenteLeavitt, Yamane & SoldnerMacNaughton GroupRalph Rosenberg Court Reporters, Inc. Silver - $3,000 Bickerton Dang LLLPThe Cades FoundationCronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & FairbanksDavis Levin LivingstonGarret H. SugaiHawaiian AirlinesHMSARandy Moore & Lynne JohnsonServco FoundationYamamoto Caliboso LLLC *List in formation THE GOOD APPLE AWARD The Hawaii Children's Action Network (HCAN), led by Deborah Zysman, educates and advocates for Hawai‘i's children, towards the ultimate goal that "all of Hawai‘i's children are healthy, safe and ready to learn." HCAN mobilizes and trains individuals in effective advocacy for keiki and builds strategic partnerships with businesses that care about children's issues. HCAN also leads and strengthens coalitions among community organizations to develop and pass public policies that help keiki and their families. Hawai‘i Appleseed is among the dozens of partners convened by HCAN to create the Hawai‘i Children's Policy Agenda, an annual package of comprehensive state legislation to improve the lives of Hawai‘i's children.
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