Community Connections


James Logue belongs to a variety of community service organizations.  He takes great pride in the charity and volunteer services he performs in District 29 (Kalihi-Palama, Iwilei & Chinatown) and the State of Hawaii.  Below are a few photos and information about some of the various organizations James Logue belongs to.

If you have any questions about getting involved please feel free to send an e-mail to James@LogueforHouse.com or message via Facebook messenger at www.facebook.com/logueforhouse.

 

HONOLULU CHINATOWN LIONS CLUB

 

Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.

www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/honoluluchinatownhi/

*Lions Club International does not endorse political candidates

 

 

 

O’ahu County Democratic Committee

 

https://www.oahudemocrats.org/

 

 

KALIHI BUSINESS ASSOCIATION

The KALIHI BUSINESS ASSOCIATION (KBA) is a non-profit corporation organized in 1948 to promote and represent the interests of the Kalihi Community by:
– Building relationships in the community
– Promoting business growth and development
– Being a voice for small business in our community
– Supporting education through partnerships with our schools

SERVING THE COMMUNITY
The KBA has undertaken many noteworthy projects that help make the community a better place to live, work, and play. Some of our notable programs include:
Annual Scholarship Awards: To public and private schools in our community which are award to worth students seeking higher education.
Kalihi Christmas Parade: Annual Christmas Parade held on the Friday after Thanksgiving. The parade is one of Oahu’s oldest and is noted for having one of the longest parade routes.
Kalihi YMCA Endowment: The Association supports our local partner as they raise funds during their annual endowment fundraising program. Funds generated are used for Kalihi YMCA programs and scholarships.

NETWORKING AND SUPPORT
The KBA helps its members through networking events and activities:
– Monthly Luncheon Meetings: To keep abreast of local issues affecting the community or other topics of interest concerning small businesses.
– Membership Mixers: Social events held at member firms or other locations of interest for members to network.
– Support and Assistance: The KBA provides comments and feedback to City, State, and Federal agencies on how their programs or proposed projects may affect the community.

 

 

CHINESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF HAWAII

“Currently, the Chamber helps people with immigration problems as well as naturalization procedures. Of timely concern is any regulation on the importation of Chinese food items, such as the ban on birds’ nests. Many interesting visitors from East and West keep the Chamber busy and help the Chamber establish important contacts beyond Hawaii’s shores.

Recently, the Chamber has been involved in Chinese trade exhibitions, conducting management training programs, and working with the State of Hawaii in promoting investment missions to Taiwan, Hong Kong and China. It also hosts many business and governmental delegations coming from or going to China and frequently participates in conventions and seminars on Asian trade. Through its Fund-raising Foundation, it continues to support various educational, charitable and humanitarian causes in both China & Hawaii.

Many members of the Chamber are leaders in Hawaii’s business, professional and legislative communities and play important roles in shaping the State’s economic, social and political future. The Chamber’s network of contacts also includes many individuals and businesses in China, Taiwan and other Chinese communities in Pacific rim countries.”

http://www.chinesechamber.com/

 

 

CHILDREN’S COMPASSION ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL

A 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to relieving the suffering of children living in abject poverty internationally.

https://www.facebook.com/ccai501c3/

*CCAI does not endorse political candidates

 

 

BOYS BUNCH HAWAII

A social club of philanthropic gentlemen in Honolulu that meet up every Tuesday night and hold annual events to benefit local charities such as Make-A-Wish Hawaii.

https://www.facebook.com/boysbunch/

*Boys Bunch Honolulu does not endorse political candidates

 

 

 

SCOTTISH RITE, HONOLULU VALLEY, S.J.

 

https://scottishrite.org/

*Scottish Rite, S.J., does not endorse political candidates

 

 

 

HAWAIIAN LODGE F&AM

 

http://www.hawaiianlodgefreemasons.org/

*Hawaiian Lodge F&AM does not endorse political candidates

 

By: Friends of James Logue