About Sarah Champayn

Sarah Champayn Look is the founder of The Kīnāʻole Project, her platform on service learning. Sarah Champayn has been volunteering with her mom since age 4, as a tag-along at events for the American Cancer Society, Susan G. Komen Foundation, the Muscular Dystrophy Association and many other community and education-based groups.

In 2013, at age 15, Sarah Champayn founded "Loving Me Through Music" a project which received national exposure for its use of music performance therapy to heal those experiencing emotional or physical challenges. This project evolved into the Mālama Music Foundation, a state registered 501(c)3 entity. As a co-founder and board director, Sarah leads the foundation's mission to support performing arts education through engagement, promotion, and advocacy of music at all levels.

In 2017, Sarah Champayn launched "I'm Naturally Perfect (and you are, too)", a movement celebrating positive self-image beyond the textbook by embracing our "naturally perfect" gifts, whatever they may be. Miss Aubrey L. McKenzie, a multiple disabled American sign language performer and photographer, serves as Miss Hawaii Naturally Perfect Princess, an ambassador for the "naturally perfect" lifestyle and an advocate for the disabled.

On June 2, 2018, Sarah Champayn will be competing in the Miss Hawaii Scholarship Program as Miss Ala Moana 2018. The Miss Hawaii program is the state level qualifier to Miss America, a leading advocate for women's education and the largest provider of scholarship assistance to young women in the United States.

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