Please vote for P.A.T.C.H. Hawaii as an organization that serves YOUTH SERVICES. You could help us win $20,000 in Servco Foundation’s Community Grant Program.

The Servco Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Servco Pacific Inc., announced that it wants the public’s help nominating three nonprofits to receive $20,000 each as part of its new community grant program. The nonprofit organizations must be based in Hawaii and serve one of the three cause areas selected by Servco employees: animals, special needs, or youth services.

“At Servco, service is at the heart of what we do – but perhaps no service is more important than the work nonprofit organizations do in our State,” said Mark Fukunaga, chairman of the Servco Foundation. “We look forward to the public’s nominations and hearing from those who have been touched by our local nonprofits in some way.”

The Servco Foundation will review nominations and hold a check presentation ceremony for the selected grantees in April.

Hawaii residents can nominate local nonprofits by explaining in 150 words or less why the nonprofit is worthy of a grant from the Servco Foundation. Nominations are open at through March 30.

It’s easy:

    1. Click the big orange button above to nominate on the Servco Foundation Community Grant Program webpage.
    2. Select P.A.T.C.H. Hawaii under the YOUTH SERVICES section.
    3. Add your testimonial about how PATCH helped you.

With your help, we could receive a $20,000 grant for programs to support Hawaii’s child care needs.

PATCH gives thanks to the Servco Foundation and Servco Pacific Inc. for all of your support, sponsorship, and donations over the years and for this wonderful opportunity to get funding for our much-needed programs.

Special Notes:

Employees or board members are not eligible to submit a nomination.

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