Voices on Social Media

//Voices on Social Media


For the last 10+ years, we have been working with the community to find a way forward on Maunakea.
#ImuaTMT #WeSupportTMT

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It is times like these that we need to come together as a community. We encourage everyone to do what you can to help your friends, neighbors and families.
Mahalo to @thefoodbaskethi for the important work that you do for our community.
#hawaii #covid19

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Maunakea remains the preferred choice for the location of TMT. Mahalo for the continued support! #ImuaTMT #WeSupportTMT ...

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Unfortunately, thousands of students across Hawaii will be out of school for the next several months due to the coronavirus crisis. With parents taking on a larger teaching role to make sure their kids continue to learn and grow while sequestered at home, the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) project has awarded a $50,000 grant to the Hilo-based Hawaii Science and Technology Museum to fund its innovative online STEM learning program. "We're committed to serving our community during this time of crisis, and we have an opportunity to help Hawaii Island keiki grow their STEM skills at a time when students will most likely miss lessons for months," said TMT's Hawaii Community Affairs Manager Sandra Dawson.

Hawaii Science and Technology Museum's Online STEM Learning Program project-based learning activities and innovative science lessons have been designed to help parents, teachers and students so the keiki don't miss out on critical development. The program will serve 500 students in grades K-8 in the Department of Education's Hilo-Waiakea Complex Area in May, June and July.
#ImuaTMT #WeSupportTMT #STEM #StemEducation #hawaii #hawaiiisland #virtuallearning

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The Food Basket Receives $100,000 Donation From TMT To Meet Growing Demand For Food Assistance On Hawaii Island * Donation Made in Memory of Barry Taniguchi *

The Food Basket, Hawaii Island's food bank, has received a $100,000 donation from the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) to meet the growing demand for food assistance on the island in the wake of COVID-19. The funding will be used to support The Food Basket's existing programs, including Ohana Drops, the Kupuna Pantry and Da Box Program.

Full article here (link in bio) http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1101336625199&ca=8b063276-03e9-4630-8b81-72f0b51886e1

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Did You Know? TMT will be located 500 feet below the summit of Maunakea. MaunakeaAndTMT.org ...

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Did You Know? TMT will be built only 14 feet below ground, which is similar to the typical depth of a home’s basement on the Mainland. MaunakeaAndTMT.org ...

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Did You Know? TMT will only be visible from just 14% of the island. MaunakeaAndTMT.org ...

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