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Does Your School Need Help? The 2nd Annual Legacy Project Grant Application Deadline Is June 15th!

Locations Foundation and Prudential Locations present the Legacy Foundation Grant to Palolo Elementary

The Legacy Project E Kulia a hana pono Grant

Prudential Locations and The Locations Foundation are looking for schools in need!  If your school is in need of help to upgrade its facilities or educational material, we invite you to apply for the Legacy Project E Kulia a Hana Pono; a grant of up to $25,000 from The Locations Foundation that continues its tradition of improving the lives of Hawaii’s children through school-focused giving.  But hurry, the deadline for application submission is June 15th.

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The Locations Foundation: Walk Now For Autism Speaks

Autism Speaks is an organization that helps to educate parents and others about symptoms, diagnosis, early intervention options, and treatment of autism to help better the lives of those affected. On April 20th, we participated in a walk at Ala Moana Beach Park to raise money for research, educational programs, and promote awareness of autism. A tremendous number of different organizations turned out to support the event, and Prudential Locations agents and employees along with their families were there in force.


Living the Dream: Buying and Selling a Vacation Home in Waikiki

A Vacation Home in Waikiki

Many people dream of owning a vacation home in Hawaii.  My clients, Don and Dorothy Hobbs did just that - 27 years ago.  Don retired from his job with Pacific Bell in Seattle back in 1986 when he turned 60 and they came to Hawaii to purchase a condo in Waikiki.  Every year since then they have come for 6 months during the winter months and enjoyed staying in their small but comfortable 1-bdrm unit in Waikiki in a building called 444 Nahua.

Enjoying Retired Life

They have truly enjoyed living here on the island.  In the early years they were really active, playing golf, scuba diving and enjoying all that Hawaii has to offer.  In the last few years they have slowed down a bit and don't do all those activities as often as they used to but they still enjoy their regular walk along the Ala Wai Canal and cooking gourmet meals in their unit.