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AWARDS

2020 Hawaii State Honoree

Rylee Brooke Kamahele

Rylee Brooke Kamahele, 12, of Mililani, Hawaii, a seventh-grader at Mililani Middle School, launched initiatives that organize Christmas celebrations for children in need, facilitate a variety of volunteer opportunities for young people, and educate youth around the world about the effects of humans on the planet. Rylee grew up volunteering with her parents in a program for

at-risk youth, but by age 8 wanted to start making an impact on her own. “We had to fight for me to get involved,” she said, “because programs didn’t want to babysit kids during community service.” But with a lot of persistence and hard work, she gradually persuaded charitable organizations to let her volunteer with them and recruit other young people to join her.

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FIRST PRIZE

Rylee Brooke Kamahele
Age 12
Mililani, Hawai’i, USA
Promise to our Keiki

The Plastics Project

Hashtag Speak Up Movement

2017 Gold Award

for Volunteer Service

 2019 City and County of Honolulu Award for

Outstanding Commitment to the Community

2016

K9 Kokua Hoku Award

For More Information Contact:

RyleeBrookeOfficial@gmail.com

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