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      AUW Partner Agency Booklet

      ALOHA UNITED WAY NONPROFIT PARTNER AGENCY LIST 2022 Change Tomorrow, Today

      ALOHA UNITED WAY NONPROFIT PARTNER AGENCY LIST 2022 s our island state moves from Now is the time to support our Hawai‘i can become stronger, immediate crises into recovery, communities toward rebuilding to be more inclusive, and more sustainable Amany are still struggling. better than they were before. than ever–let’s work together to make it happen. TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 Aloha United Way Designations 4 Donor Choice Agencies 20 Neighbor Island United Ways and Agencies

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          ALOHA UNITED WAY DESIGNATIONS loha United Way has been serving Hawai‘i for more than 100 We work with 1,000+ companies and 349 nonprofit partner years and working to help our community become stronger, agencies. In our daily work we reach every part of the community. Amore resilient, and better for everyone. That is why we are We understand our community’s greatest needs and opportunities, focusing on what we do best and are taking a bold, new approach to as well as the people and programs that can help. tackling tough challenges facing our community. We are addressing problems at the root and supporting solutions that will have lasting, Aloha United Way is a natural convener. We pull key stakeholders sustainable change. together to advance the health, education and financial stability of every person in our community. This collaborative approach makes for a bigger, collective impact. ALICE® Fund 80114 Tackles root causes of financial instability for people working, doing everything they can to make ends meet yet struggling to get by each month. In early 2020, 42% of Hawai‘i’s population were considered Asset Limited Income Constrained Employed (ALICE) or below. Some experts believe this number will rise to 59% due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 211 80106 Hawai‘i’s only comprehensive community information and referral helpline. Free and confidential. Most-requested inquiries include food, shelter, financial assistance and health care. Aloha United Way Safety Net 80105 Provides basic human needs and support during emergency and crisis situations when people are the most vulnerable. Safety Net agencies strive to return households to stability.

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              loha United Way supports The community places their trust Partner agencies are not charged an 300+ local nonprofit in us to ensure all our nonprofit administrative fee on designations and Aorganizations that deliver a wide partners are fully vetted as financially receive unrestricted monies donated range of resources and services to the sound agencies delivering services through Aloha United Way. community. effectively and efficiently to support the community needs. DONOR CHOICE AGENCIES 808 Cleanups 81300 Adult Friends for Youth 70010 www.808cleanups.org www.afyhawaii.com How often have we told ourselves “someone else will handle it”? 808 AFY creates safer schools and communities. We work with youth who Cleanups volunteers are those “someones” and we support them by engage in violence and criminal activity. We redirect their destructive providing supplies, connecting them with other volunteers and helping behaviors into constructive behaviors, and utilize education to build them organize their own cleanups. them a pathway to success. A Family Tree 72670 After-School All-Stars Hawaii 80160 www.AFamilyTree.org www.asashawaii.org A Family Tree provides support for the community through assistance ASAS Hawaii programs operate every day at partner school sites, with a with child placement, adoption services and counseling of birthmothers, full-time staff member at each school. This enables staff members to get children and adults. to know students and parents, while working closely with school faculty and administration. Abilities Unlimited 96770 www.auhawaii.org ‘Aha Punana Leo 73960 Abilities Unlimited’s foundation is made up of helping individuals with www.ahapunanaleo.org disabilities find meaningful work and conquer the daily challenges that APL at the forefront of Hawaiian language revitalization has developed life can throw their way by connecting them with community employers an educational pathway for Hawaiian Medium Education. Currently, APL and supporters. has 13 Punana Leo preschools. APL also conducts business operations entirely in Hawaiian language. AccesSurf Hawaii 70640 www.accessurf.org Alliance for Drama Education 71730 AccesSurf hosts community based programs for people with disabilities www.rehearseforlife.com to have access to the beach and water sports such as surfing, paddling ADE and its flagship T-Shirt Theatre help Kalihi youth share their own and swimming. stories as devised theatre, putting their best foot forward as confident communicators in school and contributing adult citizens in life. •Achieve Zero 80970 •Aloha Harvest 79610 www.achievezero.org Achieve Zero has the best humanitarian team of homeless Outreach www.alohaharvest.org Case Managers. Serve as a catalyst to urge clients ready to change to Aloha Harvest is one of the largest food rescue and redistribution identify their own purpose & path to regain their self-value & respect – organizations in the state, with a mission to eliminate hunger and food to treat them with human dignity! waste by rescuing quality excess food to feed the hungry in Hawaii.

              •Aloha Medical Mission 70630 Assets School 96070 www.alohamedicalmission.org www.assets-school.org Aloha Medical Mission provides no cost dental services for the Assets School provides personalized, strength-based learning to bright, uninsured, underinsured, and women who are transitioning from prison capable students who learn differently and who typically struggle to to community and who experience domestic abuse. progress in their education in other learning environments. Alzheimer’s Association, Aloha Chapter 96700 Assistive Technology Resource Centers of Hawaii 75010 www.alz.org/hawaii www.atrc.org We serve the people of Hawaii with staff located on all islands and help ATRC is a nonprofit organization, whose mission is to link persons with those impacted by Alzheimer’s disease & other dementias by providing technology and empower individuals through its use. ATRC is also the local support groups & educational resources while advancing research state of Hawaii’s designated Assistive Technology Act agency since and public policy initiatives. 1991. American Cancer Society 96010 Ballet Hawaii 80750 www.cancer.org www.ballethawaii.org We’re saving lives in Hawaii. From breakthrough cancer research to Ballet Hawaii teaches students from keiki to kupuna various forms of free lodging and rides to treatment, we are a 24/7/365 live helpline and dance in two studios located in Honolulu and West Oahu. Ballet Hawaii trusted resource at www.cancer.org. When it comes to cancer, we are presents quality productions to cultivate the appreciation of dance in the attacking it from every angle. community. American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii Foundation 71110 Banquet Solutions Hawaii Inc. 96780 www.acluhi.org www.banquetsolutionshawaii.org The ACLU of Hawaii (ACLU) protects constitutional rights. Combining Banquet Solutions Hawaii offers career training opportunities with the litigation, advocacy and public outreach, it delivers services at no cost goal of establishing a more resilient local workforce. to the public. It is private, non-profit, non-partisan, and accepts no Best Buddies in Hawai’i a.k.a. Best Buddies government funding. International, Inc. 80310 American Diabetes Association 70040 www.bestbuddies.org/hawaii www.diabetes.org/hawaii Best Buddies’ inclusive programming helps children and adults with IDD The American Diabetes Association priority areas are to drive discovery learn the social and leadership skills necessary to shape a secure future, through innovative research, raises voice for diabetes awareness and giving them the tools they need to be self-reliant, active participants in support people living with diabetes until we find a cure. their communities. American Heart Association 96230 Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii Inc. 96090 www.heart.org/en/affiliates/hawaii/welcome-to-hawaii www.bbbshawaii.org Heart Disease is the #1 killer worldwide & stroke the #3 killer in Hawaii. Our volunteer mentors give local youth the support needed to achieve Even when those conditions don’t result in death, they cause disability their dreams, our dedicated staff provide parents with a network of and diminish quality of life. We want to see a world free of cardiovascular support, and our agency offers volunteers the opportunity to make a big disease and stroke. difference in a child’s life. Bishop Museum 80740 •American Red Cross of Hawaii 96020 www.bishopmuseum.org www.redcross.org/hawaii We are the stewards of our natural and cultural heritage. A source Nonprofit humanitarian organization providing compassionate relief to where learning comes to life. As people of the Pacific, we have unique disaster victims, disaster preparedness education, lifesaving training, perspectives to share. We serve those who have come before, are here and emergency communication for military families. now, and yet to arrive. Armed Services YMCA Hawaii 96050 Blood Bank of Hawaii 71070 www.asymcahi.org www.BBH.org Armed Services YMCA Hawaii has served Hawaii’s military members and BBH is the sole blood provider for our state, serving all 18 hospitals & their families for 104 years, providing innovative programs and services all of Hawaii’s patients’ blood needs. Lives depend on BBH operating to help navigate the challenges of military life. 24/7. Without blood, many hospital programs could not exist & importing blood is cost prohibitive.

              Blue Planet Foundation 80170 Chamber Music Hawaii 80550 www.blueplanetfoundation.org www.chambermusichawaii.org Blue Planet is a Honolulu-based non-profit committed to accelerating Chamber Music Hawaii provides chamber music experiences statewide the transition to a just and sustainable energy future. We use the lever by Hawaii-based professional musicians and shares the enjoyment and of bold policy change and the power of storytelling to create momentum understanding of classical music through concerts and workshops in and inspire change. schools and at community venues. Chaminade University of Honolulu 76210 •Bobby Benson Center 70080 www.chaminade.edu www.bobbybenson.org Since a college education remains the best pathway to a higher standard BBC uses good practices to help youth who suffer from substance use of living, Chaminade strategically promotes college access to students dependency by providing them with the tools to heal, recover and have who have been historically underrepresented in higher education. hope they can succeed. Boy Scouts of America, Aloha Council 96100 •Child & Family Service 96150 www.ScoutingHawaii.org www.childandfamilyservice.org The Aloha Council is a vital part of the community. We help shape the Child & Family Service is a Hawaii-born, impact-driven organization lives of the youth who will become the future leaders of the state. We strengthening families since 1899. Our statewide support, counseling, imbed in them a sense of giving back. We provide adventure into the and therapeutic programs help heal trauma, prevent abuse and neglect, lives of the youth. and helps end cycles of poverty. ClimbHI 80810 •Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii 96110 www.climbhi.org www.bgch.com Main program areas: Leadership, Exploration, Inspiration (LEI); Service The after-school hours are a critical time for youth. Boys & Girls Club of Excellence Certificate for students; ClimbHI Bridge online portal to Hawaii provides a safe place filled with hope and opportunity, ongoing connect businesses, educators and students; and awards programs for relationships with caring adult mentors, and enriching programs. educators and businesses. Camp Mokule‘ia 81560 Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii 96690 www.campmokuleia.org www.drugfreehawaii.org Camp Mokule‘ia is a camp and retreat center located on the North Shore Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii is dedicated to serving Hawaii’s of Oahu since 1947. We provide a variety of summer camp programs, children, families, and communities with programs that strengthen outdoor education opportunities for school groups, family camp health, wellness, and resilience against drug and alcohol abuse through programs, and public camping. awareness, education, and action. Common Grace 75590 ••Catholic Charities Hawaii 96130 www.commongrace.org www.catholiccharitieshawaii.org Mentoring public school students who are selected by counselors and We are a community of hope, over 300 employees strong, statewide. staff and match them with caring adults and teens. We offer human services programs assisting over 40,000 children, Community Assistance Center 96300 seniors, veterans, families and individuals in need annually through www.cachawaii.org direct support and advocacy services. We make our community safer by assisting offenders, ex-offenders and Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders 80220 troubled youth to assume productive membership in their community. www.CTLHawaii.org Compassion for Cancer Caregivers 81310 With signature high school and post-secondary programs, CTL is www.CompassionForCancerCaregivers.org creating an atmosphere for student leaders to be discovered and Do you know someone with cancer? Do you know what to say and do? We trained. In doing so, CTL provides a leadership pipeline for Hawaii’s do. We’ve walked in their shoes. We conduct classes for organizations to businesses, government, and all sectors. create networks of support for cancer caregivers and/or patients.

              CONSORTIUM FOR HAWAII ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING Disabled American Veterans Charitable EDUCATION dba Malama Aina Foundation 81570 Service Trust 72980 www.malamaaina.org https://cst.dav.org MAF supports students to excel in STEAM through hands-on, place- The DAV (Disabled American Veterans) Charitable Service Trust is based applications of traditional values and cultural practices, with dedicated to one, single purpose: empowering veterans to lead high- the goal of increasing interest in STEAM-related careers and a greater quality lives with respect and dignity. appreciation of our land/culture. Correctional Peace Officers Foundation 75880 •Domestic Violence Action Center www.cpof.org (DVAC) 72460 Non-profit charity for correctional staff and their families by providing line-of-duty death benefit and catastrophic assistance in cases of www.domesticviolenceactioncenter.org accident or illness. DVAC provides crisis support, safety planning, legal representation, onsite court outreach, long-term advocacy and housing for survivors of CORVETTE CENTER MINISTRIES 80240 family violence, as well as outreach, training, and technical assistance www.corvettecenterministries.org for the community. Corvette Center Ministries reduces homelessness one individual at a time by empowering him or her through housing, programs, and E Ducere, Inc. dba Ho’ala School 80330 resources. Our motto is “Transformed Lives, Changed Communities!” www.hoalaschool.org Help to create and foster school and home environments where children develop habits of responsibility, respect, resourcefulness, •Council for Native Hawaiian and responsiveness through example and experience, and as a result, Advancement 73930 flourish in their community. www.hawaiiancouncil.org Easterseals Hawaii 70110 CNHA partners with other community organizations and leaders to www.EasterSealsHawaii.org enhance the cultural, economic, political, and community development We provide more than 200,000 hours of direct service annually to of Native Hawaiians. individuals and families across the state. All funds raised by Easterseals Hawaii remain in Hawaii and help us carry on our tradition of creating CSI Trust Company 75600 solutions and changing lives. www.csitrustcompany.org EPIC ‘Ohana 73660 Provide personalized financial management and fiduciary solutions to Hawaii’s families – our kupuna, individuals with disabilities, and those www.epicohana.org for whom an individual trustee or bank trust company may not be EPIC ‘Ohana provides several programs and processes that strengthen appropriate or feasible. families and support young people in the child welfare system. Daughters of Hawai’i 81580 Epilepsy Foundation of Hawaii 96220 www.daughtersofhawaii.org www.epilepsyhawaii.org We strive to keep a piece of Hawaii’s history alive. Programs at the three EFH provides epilepsy information and education like Seizure historic sites provide a portal for the community to walk in the footsteps Recognition and First Aid Certification Training, advocacy, support of our ali‘i, to learn about the strength and achievements of these groups, referrals, including various seizure awareness & safety initiatives inspirational women. ensuring a seizure-safe community. Diamond Head Theatre 79690 Family Hui Hawaii 81590 www.diamondheadtheatre.com www.familyhuihawaii.org Community theatre offering six theatrical productions each season. Family Hui Hawaii empowers families and caregivers to do their best in Presents musicals, plays and traditional favorites. Provides volunteer parenting and to take an active role in supporting other families in the opportunities. Offers year-round performing arts classes. community. Our expertise is in peer learning, creating a safe place to share and learn. Family Programs Hawaii 73690 www.familyprogramshawaii.org Family Programs Hawaii is a 501(c)(3) social service agency dedicated to strengthening youth and families, especially those involved in the child welfare system in order to empower our local communities.

              ••Family Promise of Hawaii 75620 Girl Scouts of Hawaii 96170 www.familypromisehawaii.org www.gshawaii.org We provide a safety net for families experiencing housing instability. We Our focus is on providing engaging, transformative leadership utilize family-centered strategies and mobilize community support to experiences in science, technology, engineering and math(STEM), competently and effectively increase equitable access to housing for entrepreneurship, outdoor and life skills to girls throughout Hawaii. vulnerable families. •Goodwill Hawaii 96180 •Feed The Hunger Fund 60010 www.goodwillhawaii.org www.feed-hunger.com Supported by its retail operations and financial endeavors, Goodwill FTHF increases food sustainability in Hawaii by providing loans and Hawaii provide skills training, employment counseling, job placement business development services to Hawaii’s food entrepreneurs. From and support services for more than 10,000 people each year. farmers to distributors to markets and restaurants, FTHF is about nourishing our community. •Gregory House Programs 71990 Frank De Lima’s Student Enrichment Program 79700 www.gregoryhouse.org www.frankdelimastudentenrichmentprog.org Gregory House Programs provides a range of housing services for those Children are often confronted with negative influences including drugs, who are homeless and at-risk, as well as a food bank program that alcohol, bullying, bad nutrition, etc. The program provides vital guidance includes hot lunch/groceries and case management for those living with to students during their maturational process. HIV/AIDS with limited resources. Friends of the Children’s Justice Center of Oahu 75090 Guide Dogs of Hawaii (Adaptive Aids, Canines, https://fcjcoahu.org & Advocacy for the Blind) 96160 FCJCO provides child victims of severe abuse with funding for basic www.guidedogsofhawaii.org necessities like beds, clothing, and food; school fees and supplies; GDH helps blind and visually impaired residents of all ages with holiday gifts; assistance with extracurricular activities, hobbies, and tools, training and opportunities that will allow them to achieve so much more. independent lives. Friends of the Library of Hawaii 70070 Habilitat 74020 www.FLHhawaii.org www.habilitat.com FLH supports and promotes Hawai‘i’s 51 public libraries and literacy Since 1971, Habilitat helped thousands overcome addiction and in our communities. FLH provides free public programming at all 51 homelessness. Licensed by the state, our program is 1 of only a few branches and works to increase and improve the services offered residential centers and the only program locally with intensive workforce through the library system. training and reentry preparedness. Friends of the UH Cancer Center 71080 www.uhcancercenter.org •Hale Kipa 96190 The Friends of the UH Cancer Center benefits the community by www.halekipa.org providing education and ancillary support of cancer research being done Hale Kipa offers outreach, prevention, emergency shelter, street by the UH Cancer Center. outreach, independent living, foster care, and treatment services to Fur-Angel Foundation 82590 youth and their families to help them succeed and thrive. www.furangelfoundation.org Hawaii 3Rs 75720 FAF is a non-profit dog rescue on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. We provide www.hawaii3rs.com foster care to houseless dogs through our trusted network of fosters, Since 2001 Hawaii 3Rs brought together donations from individuals and and educate our community on animal welfare and proper caregiving. private businesses combined with volunteer sweat equity to conduct Gay Men’s Chorus of Honolulu 80760 repair and maintenance projects in public schools, saving the state more than $40 million since 2001 www.GMCofH.org We uplift and enlighten the community by sharing male voices in song. Hawaii 4-H Foundation 70150 We vibrantly celebrate the gift of life and song with all who witness our www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/4h/ performances. Through our musical culture, we foster community for 4-H strives to help young people “make the best better” through new members and old alike. programs that emphasize learning by doing.

              Hawaii Alliance for Community-Based Economic Hawai‘i Branch of The International Development (HACBED) 74250 Dyslexia Association (HIDA) 70730 www.hacbed.org https://hi.dyslexiaida.org HACBED works as an intermediary to lift up the gifts as well as struggles HIDA provides information, resource publications, webinars and other of families on different islands by providing support to individuals, virtual events for youth, parents, teachers and others interested in nonprofit community-based organizations, and multi-sector networks helping struggling readers; promotes teacher training in Structured serving the most vulnerable. Literacy instructional approaches. •Hawaii Appleseed Center for •Hawai’i Children’s Action Law & Economic Justice 70840 Network 72440 www.hiappleseed.org www.hawaii-can.org At Hawaii Appleseed, our work is about people. The issues we work on— We work to ensure all keiki in Hawai’i are safe, healthy and ready to housing, food, budget & tax, and racial equity—are important because learn. they ensure people have access to shelter, sustenance, & the means to not only survive, but to thrive. Hawaii Children’s Cancer Foundation (HCCF) 74040 Hawaii Arts Alliance 72450 www.hccf.org With the average length of treatment at 1-3 years, HCCF’s largest www.hawaiiartsalliance.org program, Financial Assistance, helps defray medical and living expenses The Hawai‘i Arts Alliance works to support arts nonprofits statewide for families who have a child in cancer treatment, thereby reducing the and provide access to the arts through in-school and out-of-school arts stress they experience. programs. Hawaii Conservation Alliance Foundation 76020 Hawai‘i Association for the Education of www.hawaiiconservation.org Young Children 72190 Our strategy restores, protects and preserves Hawai‘i natural resources. www.hawaiikeiki.org Supports the conservation of native ecosystems, which sustains our HIAEYC provides support to early childhood educators and organizations collective values and livelihoods. to improve the quality of care and education for young children birth to age 8 through professional development and support for NAEYC Hawaii Cord Blood Bank 80560 accreditation. www.hcbb.org We collect and provide life-saving cord blood stem cells for the Hawaii Autism Foundation 96740 treatment of blood disorders and leukemia to Hawaii’s multi-racial/multi- www.hawaiiautismfoundation.org ethnic population. Work with autism families to find where community support is needed and fund programs that bring solutions and a more inclusive and Hawaii FIDO Service Dogs 72930 equitable life for those with autism. www.hawaiifido.org Our dogs enhance quality of life, increase independence and offer Hawaii Bone Marrow Donor Registry 80340 healing to our communities with a focus on Veterans. We also work in www.bethematchhawaii.org partnership to bring the healing power of dogs to work in therapeutic, Help patients with blood diseases, like leukemia, find matching donors, clinical, and vocational settings. as matches are generally found within the same race. So Hawaii’s diversity is important for our local patients in need. •Hawaii Foodbank, Inc. 96640 HAWAII BOOK & MUSIC FESTIVAL 80350 www.hawaiifoodbank.org www.hawaiibookandmusicfestival.org Serving Hawaii since 1983, Hawaii Foodbank and its network of more HBMF is the most content-rich event in the state, a prime forum for than 200 food partner agencies provide food assistance to the 1 in 6 Hawaii authors to present their current works, and an indispensable Hawaii residents currently facing food insecurity. public forum for Hawaii’s thought leaders in dialogue about the major issues confronting Hawaii. Hawai’i Forest Institute (HFI) 81600 www.hawaiiforestinstitute.org HFI educates and mobilizes the general public to care about forests and actively participate in their conservation. In 2020 HFI, planted 2,454 seedlings; managed 276 acres of forest habitat; and benefited an estimated 5,251 people.

              •Hawaii Health & Harm Reduction Hawaii Nature Center 70720 www.hawaiinaturecenter.org Center 96650 HNC delivers educational programs to 20,000 school children from www.hhhrc.org both public and private institutions each year, intersession camps and On Oahu, we provide medical case management services for over other programs promoting environmental stewardship through hands-on 700 people living with HIV, homeless outreach, and housing placement investigative field experiences. services. We also administer the state’s syringe exchange program on Hawaii’s four major islands. Hawaii Opera Theatre 79710 www.hawaiiopera.org HOT enhances the quality of life in Hawai’i through professional opera •Hawaii HomeOwnership productions and education programs of the highest caliber. HOT’s educational programs serve over 20,000 students, parents, and Center 73600 teachers annually. www.hihomeownership.org Hawaii Public Health Association 96840 HHOC opens doors to successful homeownership by supporting first- time buyers through classes, individual coaching, and post-purchase www.hawaiipublichealth.org services. Foreclosure prevention & rental counseling is available to those HPHA is a respected 75 year old non-profit comprised of public health, with housing payment challenges. academic professionals and organizations. Our mission remains steadfast to promote public health in Hawaii through leadership, Hawaii Justice Foundation 72170 collaboration, education, and advocacy. www.hawaiijustice.org Hawaii Public Health Institute 75640 The Hawaii Justice Foundation works to increase access to justice for those of low-and-moderate income in Hawaii. www.hiphi.org HIPHI is a non-profit hub for health, bringing community-based Hawaii Lions Foundation 71520 organizations, government, academia, foundations and businesses www.hawaiilionsfoundation.org together in collaboration to improve the quality of life for the people of The Hawaii Lions are an all-volunteer group of men and women Hawai‘i. committed to acts of public service. The five global causes of the Lions Hawaii Public Radio 80490 are diabetes, vision, hunger, environment, and childhood cancer. www.hawaiipublicradio.org Hawaii Literacy 96240 HPR offers two distinct programming services available statewide www.hawaiiliteracy.org – HPR-1 national and local news and talk and HPR-2 your home Hawaii Literacy provides literacy services to struggling adults and for classical music. HPR service is accessible over-the-air and via children learning to read and write so they can strengthen themselves, streaming, free mobile app or smart speaker. their families, and their communities and build a better future. Hawaii Speed and Quickness 81000 www.hawaiispeedandquickness.com •Hawaii Meals on Wheels 70190 Hawaii Speed and Quickness is a community partner that provides www.hmow.org opportunities for youth and families to utilize sports as a pathway to Hawai‘i Meals on Wheels has served nutritious meals and social health, prevention services, college opportunities and mentoring. interaction to homebound kūpuna and the disabled on Oahu, since Hawai‘i State Coalition Against Domestic Violence 72680 1979. Doubling the number of monthly meals served pre-pandemic. www.hscadv.org Hawaii Mothers’ Milk, Inc. 96120 HSCADV advances the safety and healing of victims, survivors and www.HIMothersMilk.org their families. We are the collective voice of a diverse network of We provide free lactation services to help families and their babies have organizations and individuals, working to eliminate all forms of domestic a successful and healthy start! We promote and advocate breastfeeding violence in Hawai‘i. as the best source of nutrition for infants and moms and also offer Hawaii Theatre Center 80200 appropriate breast pumps and supplies. www.hawaiitheatre.com HTC serves an annual average of 90,000 patrons of all ages, ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds. We are a community change incubator for Honolulu’s Chinatown through community building that embraces all facets of the arts.

              Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus 70030 •Helping Hands Hawaii 96520 www.hyoc.org www.helpinghandshawaii.org We are a community-based youth choir for students grades K-12 for Helping Hands Hawaii helps people strengthen and stabilize their boys and girls. Teaching music education and singing for youth households with access to free living essentials, emergency financial from novice to advanced singers. Choir is open to students from all assistance, nutrition benefits and education, representative payee communities on Oahu. services and language assistance. Hawaii Youth Services Network 75030 Historic Hawaii Foundation 79730 https://hysn.org www.historichawaii.org HYSN works as a network to collaborate, advocate, educate, build Historic Hawaii Foundation helps people save historic places that capacity, and provide leadership on youth issues to increase the provide a connection to the past and help identify who we are. We well-being of youth ages 12-21 and their families in Hawaii and the achieve this through advocacy, assistance, and educational programs Pacific Region. that support an ethic of preservation. HAWAII YOUTH SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION 79720 HNL Tool Library 96800 www.HiYouthSymphony.org www.hnltoollibrary.org HYS provides music programs so that interested students ages 7-18 HNL Tool Library is Hawaii’s first and only tool lending library, which can learn to play an instrument, read music, and experience the timeless works just like a book library, but with tools instead. Members of the and lifelong joys of live music. HYS has a vision to Make Music A Right, Tool Library have access to an inventory of 1400+ tools, educational Not A Privilege. workshops, and DIY resources •Hawaiian Community •Ho‘ola Na Pua 80370 Assets, Inc. 73210 www.hoolanapua.org www.hawaiiancommunity.net Ho’ola Na Pua is building a comprehensive and sustainable response to HCA is a certified nonprofit HUD counseling agency that builds the commercial sexual exploitation of children in Hawai’i through programs capacity of low and moderate income communities to achieve and focused on Health, Education, Advocacy, and Reintegration. sustain self-sufficiency by delivering financial counseling, career Hoa‘Aina O Makaha 72920 coaching, and income supports at FOCs statewide. www.hoaainaomakaha.org Hawaiian Humane Society 70540 We provide opportunities to strengthen community and family self- www.hawaiianhumane.org reliance and promote physical and spiritual well-being and in taking care The Hawaiian Humane Society is an education and advocacy of the land, we learn to take care of ourselves and each other. organization that shelters, protects, reunites, and rehomes animals. It is dedicated to fostering a culture of transparency, mutual respect, continual learning, and collaboration. •Honolulu Community Action HawaiiKidsCAN 81140 Program, Inc. 70250 www.hawaiikidscan.org www.hcapweb.org HawaiiKidsCAN increases opportunities through policy and systems Honolulu Community Action Program, Inc. (HCAP) is a private, non-profit change, community-level innovation and family engagement. Our work 501(c)(3) organization, delivering need-based human services to the has increased access to education and career readiness programs, economically challenged on the island of Oahu since 1965. internet connectivity and civic engagement. •Honolulu Habitat for Humanity 70900 •Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies www.honoluluhabitat.org Coalition of Hawaii 71430 Families in need of safe, affordable housing partner with Habitat to build or improve a place to call home. Habitat homeowners help build their www.hmhb-hawaii.org own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage. HMHB answers the call to the challenges in our maternal and infant health crisis- access and continuity to care, and addresses health inequities. HMHB uses a multipronged approach of care that address both mom and baby as a dyad.

              Honolulu Museum of Art 73540 •Institute for Native Pacific www.honolulumuseum.org A home for art and education for the benefit of the entire community, Education and Culture 73550 HoMA is grounded in three foundational elements: art of the highest www.inpeace.org quality, a firm belief in the power of art education, and a commitment to INPEACE provides culture-based educational programs to Native accessibility for all. Hawaiian communities. We nurture the growth and development of keiki and empower community members to be active leaders in their own Honolulu Police Community Foundation 75150 communities. www.honolulupolicecommunityfoundation.org The Foundation provides: scholarships for higher education to residents ‘Iolani School 73320 of the community; funds to acquire needed equipment for the Honolulu www.iolani.org Police Department; and funds to acquire alert devices for the frail elderly Iolani School’s KA’I program is committed to the long-term positive of the community. growth of the youth of Palolo Valley. Since 2010 KA’I has provided free educational support to hundreds of students from preschool through Honolulu Theatre for Youth 72520 high school and into college. www.htyweb.org HTY serves over 100,000 children, families, and teachers each year. Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i 76040 Onstage, online and in the classroom, we encourage students to use www.jcch.com their imaginations and think creatively, crucial skills for tomorrow’s We strive to share the history, heritage and culture of Hawai‘i’s problem solvers. Japanese-Americans through the education of all generations and the preservation of cultural traditions, meaningful experiences and a Hongwanji Mission School 80390 large collection of resource materials. www.HongwanjiMissionSchool.org Hongwanji Mission School prepares students to be active, contributing Jewish Community Services 72200 members of a global society through a rigorous, well-rounded academic www.jcs-hi.org program combined with community service and Buddhist values. JCS brings the Jewish community in Hawaii together through communication. We provide social services to the needy, serve as a HUGS For Hawaii’s Seriously Ill Children resource center, provide opportunity for community social activities and and Their Families 96590 provide referrals when appropriate. www.hugshawaii.org HUGS supports Hawaii’s families who have a child with a life-threatening illness to relieve their emotional and financial stresses and strengthen •Kalihi-Palama Health Center 96310 their resiliency throughout their long, challenging medical journey. www.kphc.org Hui Malama O Ke Kai Foundation 75230 KPHC is an independent, non-profit, organization that plays a crucial role in the Kalihi-Palama community as a provider of health and social www.huimalamaokekai.org services to patients who typically face significant barriers when We provide a system of youth and family community programs that accessing health care. address the alarming socio-economic, educational achievement and health quality gaps prevalent in the Waimanalo community. Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children 74310 www.give2kapiolani.org ••IHS, The Institute for For more than 100 years, Kapiolani has been dedicated to providing exceptional care to Hawaii’s women and children. We believe that Human Services 70260 working together, we can make the greatest impact on individuals, www.ihshawaii.org families and our communities. IHS provides critical services to end or prevent homelessness for thousands of people in Hawaii each year; including outreach, emergency KCAA Preschools of Hawaii 96330 shelters, daily meals, housing, employment, case management, and www.kcaapreschools.org health services. KCAA operates six nationally accredited preschools for over 900+ children ages 2-5 on Oahu.

              Keiki Education Living Independent Institution 81860 Kuakini Foundation 71480 www.keliifoundation.org https://www.kuakini.org/wps/portal/public/About-Us/ We recognize, support, and advocate for individuals with special needs Subsidiaries/Kuakini-Foundation who “fall through the cracks of the system” by providing opportunities Kuakini Foundation is responsible for the fundraising activities of Kuakini to build community, establish friendships, and socialize in a safe, Health System and its subsidiaries in financing quality patient/resident judgement-free environment. care services, biomedical research projects, and capital improvement projects. Kick Start Karate 79750 www.kickstarthawaii.org Kukui Center 75570 To provide an alternative to combat anti-social youth gang membership www.kukuicenter.org that works to encourage positive self-esteem and good moral character The Kukui Center co-locates seven small nonprofits to collaboratively through its enrichment, guidance and karate programs. provide a spectrum of services to needy families. This ability to receive services under one roof greatly improves their chances of receiving the Kids at Risk Mentoring Programs (KAMP) Hawaii 70800 help they need. www.kamphawaii.org Kumu Kahua Theatre 76060 KAMP offers life mentoring programs to help Hawaii’s at-risk, economically disadvantaged and special needs children grow into www.kumukahua.org confident, caring and contributing members of our community. Kumu Kahua Theatre produces theatre by and about the people of Hawai‘i. Kids Hurt Too Hawaii 73910 www.kidshurttoo.org Kupu 80420 In Hawaii, 50,000 children suffer from abuse, neglect, domestic www.kupuhawaii.org violence, and abandonment and 10,000 had a parent or sibling die. Kupu provides unique, experiential programs that teach leadership skills, Therapeutic group services directly address grief and trauma to restore an environmental mindset, cultural awareness, and civic engagement healthy growth and development. while creating opportunities for young adults to gain vital experience and professional skills. ••Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Labor Community Services Program 82020 Family Services 72660 www.hawaflcio.org/l-c-s-p LCSP focuses on strengthening the community through their service www.kkv.net events which encourage a sense of responsibility, offers direct services Kokua Kalihi Valley serves the community of Kalihi with primary care to provide a safety net for those in need, and hold learning sessions to services including medical, dental, behavioral health, optometry, address current issues. elder care, and maternal child health. We provide unique and holistic community healing programs. Lanakila Pacific 70300 www.lanakilapacific.org Kokua Mau 80410 Lanakila Pacific empowers people with disabilities to reach their www.kokuamau.org potential through community activity, job training and employment. We Since 1999, Kokua Mau leads a statewide movement to improve care also help seniors maintain their health and independence with meals, and support for those with serious illness by promoting advance care socialization and digital skills. planning, quality palliative care, timely hospice referrals and support for the grieving. Le Jardin Academy 74740 www.lejardinacademy.org Ku Aloha Ola Mau 72130 LJA is Hawaii’s only PK-12 full continuum IB school and serves a diverse www.kualoha.com student body. LJA values excellence, innovation, individual pathways Ku Aloha Ola Mau is a non-profit agency providing outpatient counseling to success, peace and relationships. LJA grows good humans poised to & medicated assisted treatment for opioid and other substance positively impact our world. dependency with over 44 years of experience. We accept uninsured and most major medical insurances. Leadership in Disabilities & Achievement of Hawaii 96200 www.LDAHawaii.org Our services range from disability detection and intervention for infants, children and youth to, workshop training for parents of children at risk of, or with disabilities, and the professionals who serve them.

              Leahi and Maluhia Foundation 73590 Mental Health America of Hawai‘i 96360 https://maluhia.hhsc.org/about-us/leahi-maluhia- www.mentalhealthhawaii.org foundation/ We promote mental wellness by advocating for the improved care and Provide support for Leahi Hospital and Maluhia. treatment of people with mental health challenges, educating to prevent youth suicide and bullying, and operating a daily help line connecting Legacy of Life Hawaii 74150 people to services. www.legacyoflifehawaii.org Legacy of Life Hawaii recovers organs/tissue for patients needing transplants. Our staff counsels families and medical staff about organ/ •Mental Health Kokua 96480 tissue donation, coordinates the recovery of donated organs/tissue, and https://mhkhawaii.weebly.com encourages organ donation. Mental Health Kokua offers comprehensive services that enable adults with serious mental illness and homelessness to receive support, find a ••Legal Aid Society of Hawaii 96350 home, and achieve their best recovery and restoration. www.legalaidhawaii.org Mid-Pacific Institute 76080 The Legal Aid Society of Hawaii provides civil legal services to those in www.midpac.edu need, including assistance with matters such as housing discrimination, A college-prep school that nurtures and challenges students to develop divorce, guardianship, homelessness, and public benefits to residents of intellectual, emotional, artistic, spiritual, and physical strengths to Hawaii most in need. become lifelong learners and global citizens. Make-A-Wish Hawaii 70330 MOA Hawaii 80430 www.hawaii.wish.org www.moahawaii.org Together, we create life-changing wishes for children in Hawaii with MOA Hawaii heals the community by healing individuals. It provides critical illnesses. holistic healing of mind, body and spirit through purifying therapy, nutrition, nature-farmed vegetables, and arts and culture. Making Ends Meet 81870 www.makingendsmeethawaii.org Moiliili Community Center 96370 Making Ends Meet provides one-time, emergency financial support to www.moiliilicc.org assist individuals in maintaining financial independence, or to avoid Our programs are offered to seniors and children of the Moiliili reliance on government aid. By doing so, we strive to instill hope and Community. From childcare to a gathering place for our seniors; to our improve quality of life. adult day care center for our more elderly and frail kupuna. We also have our thrift store. Malama Learning Center 74910 www.malamalearningcenter.org Montessori Community School 72240 We help West O‘ahu communities adopt a lifelong commitment to www.montessorihawaii.org practice malama ‘aina through hands-on classes and experiences Our Montessori preschool and elementary programs strive to foster in environmental and cultural education for students, teachers and behavior that will serve as the foundation for future learning, including families. intrinsic motivation, independence in work, respect, and responsibility. Manoa Valley Theatre 80190 MADD Hawaii 70370 www.manoavalleytheatre.com www.madd.org/hi Manoa Valley Theatre is enriching our community through the MADD educates youth on the dangers of underage drinking, provides production of live theatre, arts education, and community outreach. victim support recovering from the loss of someone who has been killed MVT is committed to being a place of impactful human connection by a drunk driver and works with our legislature to help create laws that where empathy and compassion thrive. will make our roads safer. Maryknoll School 79580 National Alliance on Mental Illness Hawaii www.maryknollschool.org or NAMI Hawaii 96630 The Foundation for Maryknoll School supports the school’s educational www.namihawaii.org mission and raises funds to ensure a legacy for the school and its We provide free support groups, classes, and info for those with mental students. Maryknoll fosters student development in academics, health conditions and the loved ones that support them. We also give athletics, the arts, and citizenship. awareness talks and advocate through our Crisis Intervention Team.

              National Hemophilia Foundation, Hawaii Chapter 96820 P.A.R.E.N.T.S., Inc. 96670 www.hawaiinhf.org/ www.hawaiiparents.org The National Hemophilia Foundation Hawaii Chapter is dedicated to For over 45 years, we have provided parenting programs that impact the finding cures for inheritable blood disorders and addressing/preventing communities of Hawaii through family support, education and resources complications of these disorders via research, education, and advocacy to end the cycle of abuse and perpetuate cycles of positive parenting. enabling people to thrive. Pacific & Asian Affairs Council 80570 National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii 72700 www.paachawaii.org www.kidneyhi.org PAAC is preparing Hawaii’s youth for an increasingly complex world by The National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii provides tailored programs to introducing them to critical global issues, empowering them to take provide critical services for the one in every five people of Hawaii and action locally, and inspiring them to be globally-minded citizens and the Pacific Islands who are affected by chronic kidney disease and other leaders. chronic conditions. Pacific Forum International 80180 Navian Hawaii formerly Hospice Hawaii 96290 www.pacforum.org www.navianhawaii.org The Pacific Forum’s programs encompass current and emerging Navian Hawaii formerly Hospice Hawaii is dedicated to our mission to political, security, economic and business issues and help stimulate “Bring Hope, Reduce Fears, and Impact Lives” by improving the quality cooperative policies in the Indo-Pacific region through analysis and of end-of-life care and Integrated Care for our patients and families, dialogue. regardless of ability to pay. Pacific Gateway Center 96320 Navy Hale Keiki School 74950 www.pacificgatewaycenter.org www.nhks.org PGC innovates in economic development to assist the disadvantaged We provide quality education to our students so that they may be to get a job, or own their own business. With our farm, incubator, and the leaders of tomorrow and enstill a giving mindset as we focus on restaurant, we can facilitate entrance to the food system at any point in providing drives for other non-profits like The Hawaii Foodbank and the value chain. Meals-on-Wheels. Pacific House of Mission 81540 Network Enterprises, Inc. 73560 www.pacifichouseofmission.com www.neihawaii.org We bring diverse traditions & cultures together through engaging Employment Without Limits: At NEi, we uncover the strengths outdoor activities; raising servant-leaders to help with humanitarian and perspectives of people with disabilities through personalized services, leading civil discourse groups and supplying the military with assessments and training, and match them to just the right job programs that build community. opportunity. Pacific Resources for Education and Learning 80580 Oahu SPCA 75920 www.prel.org www.oahuspca.org PREL’s vision for the Pacific is clear and compelling: strong schools, Oahu SPCA is the only no-kill shelter in Hawaii. The organization has healthy communities, and thriving cultures with Pacific hearts and global grown exponentially during the past few years and needs additional help minds, achieved through partnerships in education. to make sure all dogs, cats, puppies and kittens find their forever home. Pacific Rim Christian University 96810 Ohana Komputer 73920 www.pacrim.edu www.ohanakomputer.org We inspire, equip, and empower our students to intentionally explore Ohana Komputer provides computer application training to all-ages their God-given purpose to become effective leaders in the ministry using an age-appropriate technology curriculum that focuses on the and marketplace. Microsoft Office Suite and Google Docs Palama Settlement 96400 Olelo Community Media 76100 www.palamasettlement.org www.olelo.org Palama Settlement serves families and individuals through the food Olelo Community Media is Oahu’s nonprofit community public, pantry and refers those in need of additional support to community education, and government (PEG) access provider created to empower resources. Educational and recreational programs are available for the voice of the community. When our voices thrive, so does our children, youth, and senior adults. community.

              Pali Momi Medical Center 80590 Po‘ailani, Inc. 96430 www.give2palimomi.org www.poailani.org Pali Momi Medical Center is the leader in health care for the people of Po‘ailani Inc. program services are a specially-designed continuum of Central and West Oahu. We believe that working together, we can make care delivered with an integrated approach to meet the needs of persons the greatest impact on individuals, families and our communities. with co-occurring disorders. Palolo Chinese Home 96410 Project Hawai’i, Inc. 81090 www.palolohome.org www.HelptheHomelessKeiki.org We offer ICF/SNF levels of care, senior day care, adult residential care Project Hawai’i, Inc. is an award winning volunteer staffed nonprofit home, hospice, and rehab. PCH provides many community-based organization created to enhance the lives of homeless children and help services island-wide that include respite care, companionship, meals them escape their cycle of poverty. We are proudly supported by public delivery, and light housekeeping. and community donations. ••Parents And Children •Project Vision Hawaii 80450 Together 96660 www.projectvisionhawaii.org Too often, vulnerable people don’t seek medical care until they are www.pacthawaii.org profoundly ill; at this point, health challenges may be difficult or Parents And Children Together helps equip people with the skills and impossible to solve. Thus, Project Vision brings services to communities knowledge to overcome poverty, family and interpersonal violence, via mobile service units. parenting and coming-of-age issues, so that they can enjoy health, economic prosperity, and well-being. Pu‘a Foundation 73950 www.puafoundation.org •Partners in Development Pu‘a Foundation connects resources to need through community organizing, capacity building, training, advocacy, and direct services. Foundation 96730 We specialize in “Trauma to Transformation” and support women that are affected by trauma and incarceration. www.pidfoundation.org PIDF draws upon traditional culture and values to meet the current Rainbow Schools 81690 challenges facing vulnerable Hawaiian communities, through a wide www.rainbowschools.com range of 11 free programs serving keiki to kupuna in education, social Rainbow Schools is a non-profit organization that’s set the standard services and agriculture. for early childhood development in Oahu, being the first nationally- PATCH - People Attentive to Children 96420 accredited preschool in Hawaii. This year we celebrate our 50th anniversary serving our community! www.patchhawaii.org For those whose work is caring for children in their homes, support and Read To Me International 73440 encouragement is imperative. Nurturing and bringing people together is www.readtomeintl.org a thing at which PATCH excels, or in other words … creating a foundation We provide parent-coaching services to equip parents to be their for family life. children’s first and lifelong teacher through reading aloud together. PBS Hawaii 75860 Reading aloud builds bonds between family members and promotes children’s social, emotional, and academic growth. www.pbshawaii.org PBS Hawaii connects citizens statewide through educational programs Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific Foundation 70442 and events presented on-air, online and in person. We offer news, civic www.rehabhospital.org engagement, curriculum-rich children’s programs, arts, history, science REHAB Hospital of the Pacific rebuilds lives. With your support, REHAB and independent films. Hospital of the Pacific is able to provide the highest level of care so that PLANNED PARENTHOOD GREAT NORTHWEST patients who step through our doors, have the greatest chance to return home. HAWAI’I ALASKA INDIANA KENTUCKY 70210 www.ppgnhaik.org ••RYSE 81460 Together we advocate, educate, and provide exceptional health care www.rysehawaii.org supporting sexual health, wellness, and reproductive freedom — without We provide low-barrier, wrap-around supportive services for young judgment, without fear, without fail. people experiencing homelessness in a safe, non-judgmental environment with developmentally-appropriate supports.

              Responsive Caregivers of Hawaii 73900 Shriners Hospitals for Children - Honolulu 70470 www.rcoh.org www.shrinershonolulu.org RCH helps disabled adults to learn and function to their fullest potential We provide orthopedic care to children in Hawaii and the Pacific Basin in a safe, caring environment staffed by professionals. Our motto, with bone, joint, and neuromuscular conditions, regardless of ability “where compassion is the measure of quality,” sums up RCH’s important to pay. We also offer telehealth and outreach clinics on the neighbor role in the community. islands, Guam, and Fiji. Re-use Hawai‘i 80800 Sounding Joy Music Therapy, Inc. 70920 www.reusehawaii.org www.soundingjoymt.org Our work reduces waste, contributes to a cleaner environment, We offer music therapy to people of all ages with diverse needs, and helps protect natural ecosystems, and has implemented a Workforce conduct research and education on the benefits of music to well-being Development Program to give our community the skills and knowledge to and quality of life. We believe in the power of music to transform lives create a more sustainable future for Hawai‘i. and strengthen communities. River of Life Mission 70750 SECOH 96460 www.riveroflifemission.org www.secoh.org The River of Life Mission (ROLM) was established in 1987 to help SECOH provides individual in home/community and group services to the homeless. Our guests include those who are abused, homeless, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Group services unemployed, hungry, veterans, domestic violence and/or human are offered in the Diamond Head & Kapolei communities. trafficking survivors, elderly and disabled. Special Olympics Hawaii 70230 Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii 70680 www.sohawaii.org www.ronaldhousehawaii.org Special Olympics Hawaii programs provide free, inclusive year-round Our two Ronald McDonald Houses offer a “home-away-from-home” and sports training and competitions, and health, fitness and personal vital services for families with seriously-ill children who must travel to growth initiatives for Hawaii’s children, youth and adults with intellectual Oahu from the neighbor islands and Pacific Rim for emergency treatment disabilities. or specialized medical care. St. Francis Hospice 81330 Sacred Hearts Academy 80300 www.stfrancishawaii.org www.sacredhearts.org We work to provide end of life hospice care, a call center to connect Sacred Hearts Academy focuses on helping girls develop the foundation seniors & their caregivers with programs and services so that they to become well-adjusted human beings, focused on positively can age in place with dignity, senior wellness programs & a preschool contributing to their communities and the world around them. program for low-income students. Saint Louis School 76150 www.saintlouishawaii.org •St. Francis Healthcare Saint Louis School is the only all-male private school in Hawaii offering Foundation of Hawaii 72780 a college preparatory education to students in grades Kindergarten through 12 of various religious, ethnic and economic backgrounds. www.stfrancishawaii.org With a history of caring that began nearly 140 years ago in the islands, Samaritan Counseling Center Hawaii 70460 St. Francis Healthcare System today (Hawaii’s largest comprehensive www.samaritancounselingcenterhawaii.org post-acute provider. Continuing in the footsteps of the Sisters of We provide professional, compassionate mental health care to St. Francis and their legacy of compassion, our team provides a range individuals, couples, and families, regardless of their ability to pay. We of services – from hospice care to family caregiver support and help to build community resilience and work to reduce the stigma of education. We assist patients and their families through the most mental illness. challenging times with medical and social services support. Seagull Schools Inc 74160 Steadfast Housing Development Corporation 76240 www.seagullschools.org www.steadfast-hawaii.org Seagull Schools provides high quality early education and adult day care SHDC’s goals are to provide services to participants to access services to families throughout the island of O’ahu at affordable rates. permanent housing and supportive services, maintain residential stability and secure employment with all goals directed towards increasing self-determination and independence.

              Straub Foundation (Straub Medical Center) 70490 The ALS Association Golden West Chapter 80540 www.give2straub.org www.alsagoldenwest.org Straub remains committed to its mission of creating a healthier ALS, a fatal neurodegenerative disease, robs a person of the ability to Hawaii with a focus on preventive care and by providing patients with move, speak, swallow and breathe. The Chapter provides care services convenient and comprehensive access to primary care and specialty for people with ALS and their loved ones, while advancing the search for care services. treatments and cures. Surfrider Spirit Sessions 76110 The Arc in Hawaii 96080 www.surferspirit.org www.thearcinhawaii.org SSS provides adult mentoring services to at-risk youth utilizing surfing as Our community-based residential services provide individualized levels a theme to learn new life skills, make healthier decisions, participate in of support. Our program services focus on pre-vocational, vocational, exhilarating outdoor ocean activities and learn pro-social behaviors. life skills, community integration and self-advocacy. Susan G. Komen 79430 The ARTS at Marks Garage 96790 www.komen.org www.artsatmarks.com Susan G. Komen leads the fight to create a world without breast Promoting the ARTS by providing a safe and inclusive space for cancer by doing everything we can to save lives from breast cancer individuals and organizations to create, collaborate, experiment, and by advancing research, improving the patient experience, overcoming educate. Revitalizing the historic arts district visually and economically barriers to care and expanding our reach. through artistic activities. The Caregiver Foundation 80980 •Susannah Wesley www.thecaregiverfoundation.org Community Center 96470 Provide a centralized approach to care needs for seniors, adults with disabilities and their caregivers. Provide professional management www.susannahwesley.org of special-needs trusts, guardianships, conservatorships, and other SWCC is a beacon of hope where individuals and families embrace positions of need. opportunities for achieving their dreams. We offer family strengthening and education support, enrichment activities, services to human The Compassionate Friends, Honolulu Chapter 72860 trafficking victims, and food assistance. www.compassionatefriendshawaii.org The Compassionate Friends offer a unique specialty in the community, Tax Foundation of Hawaii 81010 supporting those who have suffered the loss of a child or sibling. The www.tfhawaii.org program offers the public free support groups, memory walks, and The TFH researches financial policies of state and local governments, candle-lighting events. tracks how taxes are collected and public monies are spent, evaluates and informs the public on the impact those policies have on the The Early School 70100 economic climate of the state of Hawaii. www.theearlyschool.org We are a preschool that serves children 18 months - 5 years old. Teach For America Hawaii 96390 We provide quality child-care for working families. www.teachforamerica.org/where-we-work/hawaii We are the only existing alternative teacher preparation program focusing directly on providing recruitment, certification, and •The Mediation Center professional development services to strengthen the pipeline of teachers and leaders in high-need communities. of the Pacific 96380 The Alcoholic Rehabilitation Services www.mediatehawaii.org We help people talk and negotiate customized solutions that work for of Hawaii Inc., dba Hina Mauka 99090 their unique situation. www.hinamauka.org Hina Mauka’s mission is to foster hope and healing for people recovering The Nature Conservancy, Hawaii Chapter 76090 from alcohol and substance use disorders and related behavioral health www.nature.org/hawaii challenges. From mauka to makai, The Nature Conservancy works with our local community to protect Hawaii’s spectaular diversity of life. Together, we can protect the plants and animals that share our world and help our island home.

              •The Pantry by Feeding USO Hawaii 96500 www.uso.org/Hawaii Hawaii Together 70700 USO provides support moral boosting activities to service members and www.thepantry.org their families. The Pantry is the only e-commerce food pantry in the country operating weekly, year-round, to provide free, nutritious food to the families of Hawaii. •United States Veterans Initiative 96440 •The Salvation Army Hawaiian & www.usvets.org U.S.VETS Hawaii provides services to individuals and families that meet Pacific Islands Division (Oahu) 96450 eligibility criteria for assistance via emergency and transitional shelter www.hawaii.salvationarmy.org services, permanent supportive-housing and permanent housing with The Salvation Army provides critical programs and services including wrap-around services. basic needs, food, clothing, and housing; drug and alcohol rehabilitation; youth services; senior care; and emergency disaster services serving University of Hawaii Foundation 74370 90,000 people annually. www.uhfoundation.org The University of Hawai‘i Foundation raises private gifts for the benefit The Toddler Program 74500 of the University of Hawai‘i and its students. We provide central services www.thetoddlerprogram.org to raise funds, manage assets, and administer gift accounts. As a preschool, we provide children with a well-rounded education to prepare them for future academic success and to be contributing Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii 96610 members of society. www.visitoralohasocietyofhawaii.org Our goal is to let visitors know we care and we are here to help when Touch A Heart 75610 there is a need. We are a temporary lifeline to provide initial assistance www.touchahearthawaii.org to visitors in distress or in a crisis situation. Since March of 2020, Touch A Heart has worked in partnership with other nonprofits and the community to provide gourmet, healthy meals Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii 70170 to those in need through our “Kupuna & Family Meals” program. www.vlsh.org Many individuals and families don’t have resources to help them resolve U.S.-Japan Council 81160 their civil legal problems. Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii ensures that www.usjapancouncil.org poverty is not a barrier to high-quality legal assistance. The U.S.-Japan Council develops and connects leaders to create a stronger U.S.-Japan relationship. Its members believe people-to-people relationships are a powerful way to bring together leaders to create •Waianae Coast Comprehensive solutions to mutual concerns. Health Center 96530 Ulu A’e Learning Center 81550 www.wcchc.com www.uluae.org WCCHC provides primary care, specialists, a 24-hour ER, dental, Ulu A‘e Learning Center grows rooted and engaged communities through behavioral health, pharmacy, lab, x-ray, homeless outreach, Native Native Hawaiian place-based programs and events in West O‘ahu. Hawaiian healing, and more through clinics located in Waianae, Nanakuli, Waipahu, Kapolei, and Ewa. United Cerebral Palsy Association of Hawaii 96490 www.unitedcerebralpalsyhawaii.org Waianae Economic Development Council 96830 Our vision is to empower individuals with choices that provide www.thewedc.com opportunities for independence and success: a life without limits for We provide a range of services that are grouped into 4 programs: people with disabilities. • Business Development and Financial Literacy • Youth Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship United Self Help 72360 • CDFI Loan Fund–Agriculture Projects www.unitedselfhelp.org • Community Projects and Events United Self Help is a mental health consumer-run agency which enables persons who have experienced mental health issues to recover with education and support. We operate support groups, classes on recovery, peer mentoring, and socialization.

              ••Waikiki Community Center 96540 •Women in Need 73860 www.waikikicommunitycenter.org www.winhi.org Waikiki Community Center provides a dynamic gathering place to serve WIN empowers families who are survivors of domestic violence, senior adults, children, residents, visitors, Waikiki employees and the homelessness, substance abuse, and incarceration by providing community in need through various programs and services. transitional housing and support services. •Waikiki Health 96550 •YMCA of Honolulu 96580 www.waikikihealth.org www.ymcahonolulu.org Our Federally Qualified Health Center targets medically underserved We envision communities where all people achieve their optimal well- populations, welcoming those who are experiencing homelessness, being, gain confidence, make connections, and feel secure. We do this uninsured, living at or below the poverty level, or who face other barriers through our three areas of focus: Youth Development, Healthy Living and to accessing care. Social Responsibility. Young Life Central Honolulu 80470 •Waimanalo Health Center 79660 http://www.yloahu.org/ www.waimanalohealth.org Young Life, a non-denominational Christian organization, seeks to help Waimanalo Health Center provides quality health services through a adolescents thrive in the face of the many challenges they face. Caring range of services including primary care, dental, behavioral health, adults earn the right to talk with young people about meaning and nutrition, native healing, etc. Our services our comprehensive, purpose in their lives. integrated and emphasizes ‘ohana. Youth For Christ Hawaii 71450 Waimea Valley 81610 www.yfchi.org www.waimeavalley.net We will be the force to focus every resource on guiding and helping youth Waimea Valley is a place where conservation of natural resources and to navigate adolescence in a positive way and succeed in accomplishing culture go hand in hand. Waimea Valley demonstrates how cultural their goals. We will take time to lift those who have fallen and give hope uses and gathering can encourage stewardship from within the local to those in despair. community. YWCA O’ahu 96600 Windward Senior Day Care Center 74620 www.ywcaoahu.org www.windwardseniordaycarecenter.org We stand up for social justice, help families, and strengthen WSDCC provides quality and compassionate care to seniors in our communities. We increase opportunities for community participation community. We work to provide a safe environment for these individuals through recreation, education, giving and volunteering. We are bridging to socialize, participate in activities and provide respite for family and racial and cultural divides. professional caregivers.

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                  NEIGHBOR ISLAND AGENCIES HAWAI‘I AGENCIES Hawaii Island Home for Recovery Inc. (HIHR) 75830 www.hihrecovery.org American Red Cross, Hawaii State Chapter 75520 Hawaii Literacy/Kona Literacy Center 83640 https://www.redcross.org/local/hawaii.html www.hawaiiliteracy.org Boy Scouts of America, Aloha Council 74400 Ku‘ikahi Mediation Center 75840 www.scoutinghawaii.org www.hawaiimediation.org Boys & Girls Club of the Big Island 74010 Kumukahi Health and Wellness 71270 www.bgcbi.org https://www.kumukahihealth.org/ Brantley Center, Inc. 72100 Legal Aid Society of Hawai‘i 74320 http://brantleycenter.org/ www.legalaidhawaii.org Bridge House, Inc. 75530 Mental Health Kokua 71560 www.bridgehousehawaii.org www.mhkhawaii.weebly.com Child and Family Service 75490 Neighborhood Place of Puna 71640 www.childandfamilyservice.org www.neighborhoodplaceofpuna.org Family Support Hawai‘i 71020 PATCH—People Attentive to Children 75850 www.familysupporthawaii.org www.patchhawaii.org Friends of the Children’s Justice Center of East HI 75090 The Arc of Kona 74100 www.fcjceasthawaii.org www.arcofkona.org Full Life 71410 The Food Basket, Inc. 75780 www.fulllifehawaii.org/ www.hawaiifoodbasket.org Girl Scouts of Hawaii 73490 The Salvation Army Hilo Temple Corps 74180 www.gshawaii.org hilo.salvationarmy.org Habitat for Humanity Hawai‘i Island 71230 The Salvation Army Kona Corps 74360 www.habitathawaiiisland.org https://kona.salvationarmy.org/ Hamakua Youth Foundation, Inc. 75800 West Hawaii Mediation Center 75560 https://www.hamakuayouthcenter.org/ www.whmediation.org Hawaii Care Choices 74080 www.hawaiicarechoices.org YWCA Hawaii Island 75500 www.ywcahawaiiisland.org Hawaii Island Adult Care, Inc 71910 www.hawaiiislandadultcare.org

                  KAUA‘I AGENCIES Kauai Economic Opportunity, Inc. 75410 https://keoinc.org/ Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii, Inc. (Kauai) 75970 Kauai Hospice 71930 www.alz.org https://kauaihospice.org/ Boy Scouts of America, Aloha Council 74770 Kumu’s Cupboard 81880 www.ScoutingHawaii.org www.kumuscupboard.org Catholic Charities Hawaii (Kauai) 71200 Legal Aid Society of Hawaii 71510 www.catholiccharitieshawaii.org www.legalaidhawaii.org Child and Family Service 74280 Life’s Bridges 75940 www.childandfamilyservice.org www.lifesbridgeshawaii.org Crime Stoppers Kauai, Inc. 96850 Malama Pono Health Services 71810 http://crimestopperskauai.org www.mphskauai.org Friends of the Kauai Drug Court 73250 Mental Health Kokua 71610 www.guidestar.org/profile/46-0520304 www.mentalhealthkokua.org Friendship Club 71210 Parents And Children Together - Kauai 76140 www.friendshipclubkauai.org www.pacthawaii.org Girl Scouts of Hawaii (Kaua‘i) 75390 PATCH 71790 www.girlscouts-hawaii.org www.PatchHawaii.org Hale Kipa 71250 The Salvation Army of Kauai 71830 www.halekipa.org https://hawaii.salvationarmy.org/hawaii_2/kauai-location/ Hawaii Children’s Theatre 71260 YMCA of Kauai 75540 www.hawaiichildrenstheatre.org https://www.ymcaofkauai.org/ Hawaii FoodBank 76130 www.hawaiifoodbank.org

                  MAUI AGENCIES Hui No Ke Ola Pono, Inc. 81930 www.hnkop.org Aloha House, Inc. 71970 Imua Family Services 72580 www.aloha-house.org www.imuafamilyservices.org Alzheimer’s Association, Aloha Chapter 75240 Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Centers, Inc. 73850 www.alz.org www.khako.org American Lung Association 81890 Kupu 81940 www.lung.org www.kupuhawaii.org Best Buddies Hawaii 79820 La‘akea Village 81950 www.bestbuddies.org www.laakeavillage.org Big Brothers Big Sisters of Maui 72090 Lahaina Arts Guild 81960 Boys & Girls Clubs of Maui 80090 www.lahainaartsguild.org www.BGCMaui.org Lanai Kinaole Inc 81970 Catholic Charities Hawaii 79870 www.lanaikinaolethehometeam.org www.catholiccharitieshawaii.org Malama Family Recovery Center 73430 Child & Family Service 75430 www.malamafamilyrecovery.org www.childandfamilyservice.org Maui Adult Day Care Centers 72230 Common Ground Collective 81900 www.madcc.org www.commongroundcollective.com Maui Family Support Services, Inc. 70950 Feed My Sheep 79830 www.mfss.org www.feedmysheepmaui.org Maui Hui Malama 81980 Girl Scouts of Hawaii 72630 www.mauihui.org www.girlscouts-hawaii.org Maui Mediation Services 75440 Habitat For Humanity Maui 79850 www.mauimediation.org www.habitat-maui.org Maui Youth & Family Services 74120 Hale Mahaolu 81910 www.myfs.org www.halemahaolu.org Mental Health America of Hawaii, Maui 72870 Hana Arts 81920 www.mauimentalhealth.org www.hanaarts.com Mental Health Kokua 71620 Hospice Maui 72540 www.mentalhealthkokua.org www.hospicemaui.org Na Hoaloha Maui Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers 81990 www.nahoaloha.org

                  Ohana Makamae, Inc. 71680 Planned Parenthood of Hawaii (Maui) 73470 www.ohanamakamae.org www.plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-great- northwest-hawaiian-islands Pa‘ia Youth & Cultural Center 80270 www.pyccmaui.org The Maui Farm, Inc. 79840 www.themauifarm.org Parents And Children Together (PACT) 80120 www.pacthawaii.org the Salvation Army, Maui County 75420 https://hawaii.salvationarmy.org PATCH - People Attentive to Children 80130 www.patchhawaii.org Women Helping Women 71950 www.womenhelpingwomenmaui.com Neighbor Island United Ways Hawai‘i Island United Way 70560 https://hiuw.org Kaua‘i United Way 70550 https://kauaiunitedway.org Maui United Way 70570 https://mauiunitedway.org

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