James Campbell Company donates $250K to Kapolei, West Oahu schools

01-Oct-2013

The funds will be used to support infrastructure and technology needs at each of nine schools. “We cannot overstate the impact this donation will have on our schools and our students,” said Elden Esmeralda, principal of Kapolei High School.

​The James Campbell Company donated $250,000 to nine Kapolei and West Oahu public schools to support the capital and technology needs of each school. Richard Dahl, Chairman and CEO of the James Campbell Company, presented checks to nine school principals at the Mele and Hula at Lanikuhonua concert this on Saturday, Sept. 28.

The funds allocated:
  • Kapolei High School - $45,000
  • Kapolei Middle School - $45,000
  • Kapolei Elementary School - $25,000
  • Barbers Point Elementary School - $25,000
  • Makakilo Elementary School - $25,000
  • Mauka Lani Elementary School - $25,000
  • James Campbell High School - $20,000
  • Nanakuli High and Intermediate School - $20,000
  • Waianae High School - $20,000

“We cannot overstate the impact this donation will have on our schools and our students,” said Elden Esmeralda, principal of Kapolei High School. “The James Campbell Company’s support over so many, many years has truly made it possible for our students to achieve academic success by making sure they have the right tools and the right environment to learn.”

"These West Oahu schools are making tremendous strides in preparing our young people for success and we are pleased to support their efforts,” said Richard Dahl.

Over the last decade, the James Campbell Company and the Campbell Foundation have collectively given more than $12 million in charitable donations.

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