Spirit Week: Fundraising For Ho‘ola Na Pua

Photo from the Ho'ola Na Pua website

Every year during Spirit Week, the middle and high school students raise money to donate to an organization.

This year, the donations will go to Ho‘ola Na Pua, a local organization dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating underaged sex trafficked victims. The organization provides support and healing for girls, through health, education, advocacy and reintegration. NHS chose this organization because of its local origins and with the hope that students will be able to see the impact their donations make in their own backyard.

Donors win Spirit Week points for their grade and here are the latest collection totals, as of the end of Thursday:

1st place
8th grade: $757.33

2nd place
7th grade: $706.01

3rd place
10th grade: $368.02

4th place
11th grade: $171.58

5th place
9th grade: $20.00

6th place
12th grade: $0

The last day to donate is Friday, the last day of Spirit Week. Donation cans are located in the mall area during lunch.

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