Its about changing the world!

Seventeen years ago a small group of dedicated men created Men’s Leadership of Hawaii. Since then, we have seen our numbers grow, our bank accounts multiply, and we have done more good deeds than can even be listed.

This last year alone showed us what we are capable of. We raised over $16,000 built tables and fences for preschools, and gave the homeless a little more dignity with a much-needed bathroom renovation. We went off-island, not once but twice, to do good for people outside the island of Oahu. We partnered with U.H.’s architecture school to build a one-of-a-kind structure, and taught the next generation how to be leaders in the community. We donated money and materials to worthy causes like PIAA, Camp Anuenue and Ho’oulu Aina. We set up wonderful exhibits for children to enjoy. We helped with the Lantern Floating Festival at Magic Island, put on a casino night for Camp Anuenue, and of course, we got together on several occasions to cook some great food, eat some great food, and once or twice throw a ball around…all the while connecting with each other, laughing together, and helping each other to get to the next great level in our lives.

Simply put, we want you to be a part of Men’s Leadership of Hawaii. 2012 is going to be a great year!  I truly feel that Men’s Leadership of Hawaii is on its way to becoming an international organization with hundreds of members and access to literally millions of dollars. This is a bold statement I know, yet I believe it’s already happening.  I am excited about 2012 because we have done great in 2011 and we are now ready to challenge ourselves to even greater heights.

I invite you to join us, to play with us, and to grow with us. Take action now by visiting www.mensleadershiphawaii.org and submitting your dues. This small act is your statement to yourself and to the world that you believe in the good work you and Men’s Leadership of Hawaii are doing.

If you have any questions, please call me at (808) 398-7301.

 

Sincerely and Respectfully,

Evan Knight