(Wailuku, HI)- Thanks to a $30,000 grant from the Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation, the J. Walter Cameron Center will soon be equipped with Wi-Fi that will cover the entire campus. Currently, only the center’s main office and meeting rooms have Wi-Fi access. This grant will allow the Cameron Center to maintain a modern, fully functional community service facility that serves the needs of its resident agencies.
“The installation of a Wi-Fi network to cover the entire campus represents a long-term investment into our ability to meet the needs and expectations of our resident agencies and members of the community that utilize our facilities. It will allow us to maintain positive, long-term relationships with our existing resident agencies and attract new agencies for long-term operational viability. We are grateful for the support of the Fred Baldwin Foundation, and their commitment to accelerating social good on Maui,” states Cameron Center Executive Director, Cesar Gaxiola.
About the Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation
The Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation serves the legacy of Emily Alexander Baldwin and Henry Perrine Baldwin to honor the memory of their son, Fred. The foundation supports programs and projects, including capital projects that benefit the people of Maui County. Projects in the arts, education, environment, health, and human services are of greatest interest. For more information please visit www.fredbaldwinfoundation.org