Aloha and Welcome to the
Community Support Group Project
—sponsored by Community Communications
The Community Support Group Project (CSGP) is
a proposed series of free ten-person support groups to be televised to the
Big Island of Hawaii.
results we produce for ourselves, and for those with whom we relate, are a
manifestation, a result, of our leadership-communication support-skills.
The purpose of a
support group is to
experience an expanded ability to manifest the results we say we
want for ourselves and, for those with whom we relate. A support group cannot not
A Community Support Group consists of ten volunteer Support Group Participants, ten volunteer Assistant Co-facilitators
a Support Group
Facilitator, and thousands of Big Isle community supporters
(referred to as TV-Viewers).
A support group meets for 3-hrs on the same
night each week for 24 sessions. The sessions are televised to the
community much the same as Hawaii County Council meetings.
How to support the project:
The way to support the
CSGP is to
click the Vote button in the Vote block to the left—optionally—at the bottom of the
you may let us know if you'd like to be one of the ten Participants
or one of the ten Assistant Co-Facilitators or a TV Viewer. Your
vote is not an agreement, merely a communication of your support of
Ideally, the first support group will consist of ten teachers from the same
(East Hawaii) Big Isle school