Kim and Jack Celebrate the Launch of Every Kid in a Park in Hawaiʻi
Jack and his wife Kim joined 225 4th graders from Oahu today to explore the James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge and celebrate the launch of Every Kid in a Park in Hawaiʻi. Students participated in fun, hands-on activities including a marine debris beach clean-up and learned about habitat preservation for endangered water birds and sea turtles. The celebration, hosted by the Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation, National Park Service officials, and the Outdoors Alliance for Kids, helped connect students to Hawaii’s unique natural resources and cultural heritage while exploring the beautiful lands and waters in their own backyard.
Jack and Kim are excited to announce their support for Every Kid in a Park with a commitment via their Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation to fund $100,000 worth of field trip grants, with the goal of reaching all 17,000 4th grade students in the state of Hawaii! Every Kid in a Park is a White House initiative providing an opportunity for all 4 million 4th graders in America to receive free admission to national forests, parks, or federally managed lands or waters. Learn more at https://everykidinapark.gov