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Mega tower playground open at The Homes at Ulu Wini

MEDIA RELEASE HOPE Services Hawaii recently joined residents of Na Kahua Hale O Ulu Wini (The Homes at Ulu Wini) to inaugurate the new outdoor playground at the Ulu Wini housing complex in Kailua-Kona. The $180,000 state-of-the-art Miracle Mega Tower was made possible through a contribution from the Roberts Foundation and is a first not […]

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KapohoKine Adventures donates 50 backpacks

MEDIA RELEASE KapohoKine Adventures donated 50 new Patagonia backpacks to HOPE Services Hawaii as part of an annual back-to-school campaign to provide school packs to Hawaii Island children living in homeless and domestic violence shelters or transitional housing facilities. The backpack drive, spearheaded by HOPE Services and the Hawaii Police Department, is in its sixth […]

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Community Police Officers Scott Amaral, left, and Sandor Finkey pose with volunteers of the Kea'au Nutrition Center, who donated 25 bags to a backpack charity drive in 2009.

Police stations provide drop-off points for backpack donations

Once again, the Hawaiʻi Police Department is proud to participate in a backpack drive to assist less fortunate children in these hard economic times. All police stations around the island will double as drop-off points for those interested in helping children in need. Backpacks may be dropped off between July 17 and August 31.

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Hilo kicks off 100,000 Homes Campaign

Hilo kicks off 100,000 Homes Campaign

MEDIA RELEASE The Downtown Hilo Registry Week marked Hilo’s participation in 100,000 Homes Campaign, a national effort to house 100,000 Homeless by July 2013. Downtown Hilo was the first community to kick off this campaign in Hawaii. Fifty community volunteers outreached across the Downtown Hilo community for three mornings, Oct. 23-25, to find, identify and […]

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Inouye: 'If we cannot help those without hope, without friends, without family, we have failed'

West Hawaii emergency homeless shelter blessed

Inouye: ‘If we cannot help those without hope, without friends, without family, we have failed’

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