Kiwanis volunteers to paint Habitat house
The Kiwanis club of East Hawaii will perform a major project for the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation on Saturday, Dec. 1.
A renovated house in Hawaiian Beaches that was repaired by Habitat for Humanity volunteers needs to be painted. After the club paints the house, the project will receive a check of $10,000 from the Weinberg Foundation,.
The money will be given to the PATCH (People Attentive to Children) nonprofit organization, which helps children locally and throughout the state.
There will be a minimum of 25 adults from the Kiwanis Club and the University of Hawaii at Hilo Circle K Club to do the four-hour project.
“Thanks to the Weinberg Foundation, community organizations can support other nonprofit organizations with financial assistance,” said spokeswoman Audrey Kagawa.
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