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RAM members take action for Maui students

Every year, Realtors across the state team up on a single day to make a tangible difference for elementary, intermediate and high school students as part of Hawaii Realtors’ Realtor Action Day, an annual service event that encourages Hawaii’s Realtors to volunteer in their respective communities on the same day and at the same time.…

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RAM program grants wishes for students, teachers

RAM Community Foundation’s Wishing Well program collects household items for students and their families staying at Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Center’s Wailuku facility. When a King Kekaulike High School math teacher set out to make her classroom a little more welcoming for her students, she knew who to ask for help: The…

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RAM members continue to make wishes come true

2022 has finally arrived, bringing with it the hope of a better year to come. And with the new year comes a new semester: Earlier this month, thousands of Maui County students headed back to school, virtually or otherwise. Like the one before it, the 2021-22 academic year has been anything but typical for these…

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RAM members bring holiday magic to KHAKO

As you can imagine, Santa has a pretty busy schedule in December. But that didn’t keep him from paying a visit to the Ka Hale A Ke Ola (KHAKO) Homeless Resource Centers Wailuku facility on Wednesday, Dec. 1. That evening, members of the Realtors Association of Maui (RAM) and Kiwanis Club of Kahului brought holiday…

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RAM member helps students thrive in the classroom

A few weeks ago, Sarah Sorenson of Whale’s Tail Realty received a thank-you note from an elementary school teacher on Lanai. It reads in part: “Your generosity and time have made a positive impact on my students and myself … the supplies you donated made the beginning of the year flow much more smoothly for…

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RAM member helps Upcountry students thrive

Maybe you’ve already heard the statistic: According to the U.S. Department of Education, 94 percent of teachers reported spending their own money on classroom supplies without reimbursement. Why? Because many of their students can’t afford to purchase these items. That’s why Sharon Robinson of Movement Mortgage collects school supplies year-round for Pukalani Elementary School and…

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RAM member helps Central Maui students succeed

The back-to-school shopping season is long over, but there are students who still need basic supplies like pencils, paper and notebooks. The reality is, many parents can’t afford these items and students often go without. Their teachers routinely step in to help: According to a recent U.S. Department of Education survey, 94 percent of teachers…

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REALTORS help Maui students make their mark

Did you know that an average pencil has enough graphite to draw a 35-mile-long line? Or that one Ticonderoga pencil can write up to 45,000 words? When you think about it, a single pencil holds so much potential. No wonder it is one of the most commonly used and most-wished-for school supplies. With that in…

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REALTORS® help students, teachers thrive in the classroom

The 2021-22 academic year is now in full swing, and while the back-to-school shopping season may be behind us, there’s still a need for basic supplies. The reality is, many students can’t afford these items and teachers often pick up the tab. In fact, according to a recent U.S. Department of Education survey, 94 percent…

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REALTOR® helps South Maui students succeed

Right now, in a classroom somewhere, a Kindergartener is using a bright red crayon to write his name on a sheet of paper. Down the hall, a third-grader sharpens a No. 2 pencil before opening her composition notebook. And outside on the playground, a fifth-grader plays tag wearing a brand-new pair of rubber slippers. These…

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