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CBTS Endowment Committee

Posted by: Admin on Thu, Jun 25, 2015

The endowment team is happy to announce the recipients of this year's 2015 Endowment Fund.

CBTS Endowment Committee

The endowment team is happy to announce the recipients of this year’s 2015 Endowment Funding as approved by the Council of Deacons on June 18, 2015.

A total of $11,514 is to be distributed to partially fund 9 of the 12 projects that were submitted.  What an amazing congregation and community we have!  These recipients have taken the initiative to acquire additional funding from other sources including self-funding and the use of volunteers to accomplish their desired goals!  WOW.

2015 Endowment Recommendations:

  1.  Capital Improvement. Renovation for Sanctuary Kitchen and Grooms room. 
  2.  Capital Improvement.  Landscaping Oceanside of Sanctuary including the use of a landscape architect.
  3.  Youth Mission work.  An 11 month mission trip to Eastern Europe to spread the Love of Jesus through small group interactions and living a Christ-centered life. Laura Katie Kam
  4.  Education Mission for local community   Training as a Life Coach to provide life coaching for people affiliated with ANC and CBTS. Laura Sprowls.
  5.  Capital Improvement Renovation of the Pastor’s Office. Shelby Yuu 
  6.  Music & Worship and Education for CBTS Church and School   Smart TV Wi-Fi capable for Ohana Lani to support Education and fundraising events.Tom Poole
  7.  Missions. Rev John Lunn to Palliative Care Training for volunteers from Tanzania, this is a new program being headed up by Rev. Lunn and will be the seed money for additional fundraising to support this project. Ted Hsia
  8. Angel Network Charities. Capital project supporting local mission.  To fund the purchase of new energy-efficient refrigerators and freezers for the food bank, or repairs of the food bank area. Jewel Tuilele
  9. Rotary Pacesetters program. Local Mission. Support program for college students to be mentored by professionals in their chosen career field to find employment opportunities in Hawaii Miki May

For more information on the CBTS endowment