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Local church leaders want students to use JustServe program to serve non-members

BYU-Hawaii church leaders said they are working to encourage service opportunities within the Laie community through the Just Serve website organized by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The website allows students to propose, plan, and volunteer for events happening nearby.

BYU-Hawaii students connect with local community during service day

Student associations came together on Ho’omana Day, Sept. 17, to perform community service for local organizations.

Students say they find ways to serve others despite busy schedules

BYU-Hawaii students find ways to give service through small acts and service projects despite full time school enrollment and part-time work.

Students give service and blood on June 4

Donors took an hour out of their day and 16 ounces of blood out of their bodies to give service by participating in the blood drive held by The Blood Bank of Hawaii in the Aloha Center Ballroom on Thursday, June 4. The drive went from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Prison inmates contribute to family history indexing

BYU-Hawaii students said the family history indexing program for prison inmates is a great way to help the church, genealogy efforts, and the inmates themselves.

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