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Miss America Serves Day a Success!

On April 7, 2018, Miss America contestants and volunteers all across the country joined forces with their friends and families to participate in community service activities like cleaning parks, beaches or neighborhoods, assisting youth and senior organizations, visiting nursing homes and CMN Hospitals, collecting clothes, stocking food pantries, or feeding the homeless.


Ka Makana Ali`i in Kapolei was the perfect setting for the 2018 Miss America Serves Day here in Hawaii. The 2018 class of Miss Hawaii and Miss Hawaii’s Outstanding Teen raised funds for Kapiolani Children’s Miracle Network by asking people to support Team Hawaii on

The ladies also entertained the crowd by performing their talent portion of the competition to be held at Hawaii Theatre on June 2, 2018.

Join Miss America Serves to support your local community and fundraise, or donate to the community service project or the participant you support.  All of the funds raised for Miss America Serves stay within each state and are given to the local Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals that supports the children in the state, as well as the state’s Miss America and Miss America’s Outstanding Teen state scholarships.