Willes Center Student Group
A group of BYU-Hawaii students have come up with a new way to help impoverished farmers in the Philippines.
Kone joined a BYU-Hawaii Enactus team with a simple and a clear objective: fight child slavery and the poverty that causes it. Empowered through Enactus, Kone developed an initiative called WELL Africa.
A company started to help connect embroidered dress creators in third world countries with buyers in America.
BYU-Hawaii’s Enactus team has been improving the lives of others for more than a decade through projects that have the sole purpose of empowering those in need. We are active on our campus, in our community, and internationally with projects involving professional skill and confidence building, bringing resources to those in need, and assisting in the creation of non-profit organizations. Our goal is to teach others to provide for themselves as well as build necessary bridges to promote a global village that will assist those who have been left behind in our ever-changing world.