CARROLLTON, Texas, July 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- It has been a banner year for the Blue Jay Wireless Hawaii team and their Give a Day initiative. The Hawaii branch of Blue Jay has made tremendous efforts to serve the community in the local areas. July was a full month working with Goodwill Hawaii in Honolulu and Kapolei, Convoy of Hope, and the Ohana Food Drop, and the Big Island Substance Abuse Council 2016 Summer Jam starts tomorrow with Blue Jay's participation. Blue Jay representatives were present at Hawaii Convoy of Hope and Goodwill events to distribute phones to those in need, as well as to assist with any volunteering needs.
Upcoming months will showcase Blue Jay at the Waimanalo Keiki Health Festival, The Institute for Human Services through their Employment Assistance Division, as well as panel presentation by Blue Jay Hawaii team leader, Blaise-Evans Heneralau at the Homeless Awareness Conference in November. They have also made huge strides in assisting the local area food banks and shelters by cleaning, organizing, and serving lunches around the islands. These events and partnerships are only a small sampling of the many ways that Blue Jay is working to serve the Hawaii population.
Referencing the Blue Jay Give a Day initiative, which asks every employee to give at least 8 hours of community service a month, their Community Relations Manager explains, "Blue Jay, as a whole, is out in the community almost every day of the month in some location or another, making a difference and giving a day. Hawaii is one of our most active areas in this regard, and we could not be more proud of the Hawaiian team members. They truly embody the community spirit of Blue Jay every day."