To teach elementary school children to set realistic, achievable and concrete financial goals early in life and to make good decisions and to build wealth over time.
To provide instruction, guidance, and support for parents of strong-willed adolescents, by making Parent Project® classes availabe in the low-income housing commmunity of Koloa, Kaua’i.
To provide the local community with low cost building and home improvement materials.
To learn skills related to sustainable agriculture and gardening at home, and will be invited to participate in growing food for themselves and the community.
To help shelter, feed and support homeless families with children. And to help supervise their day center, mobilize community initiatives, and connect families with housing resources.
To develop a small community for people with disabilities to provide housing, an activity center, recreation, gardening, and animal care.
To keep reusable building material from the landfill and in use in the community.
To enable Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii to address youth guidance issues in the greater Kailua community, particularly those related to preteens and drugs.
To improve the way people deal with conflict through outreaches, facilitation, and conflict resolution training for the community.
To shelter, feed and support homeless families with children and help prepare them for a transition to self-sufficiency.
To raise public awareness through education, to strengthen accountability, and to make appropriate system-wide intervention for domestic violence issues.
To positively affect the quality of life of children and adults with cerebral palsy or other similar severe disabilities through sensory integration therapy.
To prepare today’s intellectually disabled youth for acceptance and integration into their community through sports training, health screening, education, and leadership programs.
To create events and venues that give young people the opportunity to showcase their artwork and express themselves artistically.
To measure, track, and report on a range of community factors reflecting issues of importance to Kauai residents.
To help homeless clients and assist them with the transition to self-sufficiency by providing them with a resource guide for Oahu.
To eliminate homelessness and poor housing conditions, and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action by creating opportunities for people to collaborate on a project that bridges divisions of race, ethnicity, wealth, or religious affiliation.
To provide hot meals and fresh water to disaster survivors as well as emergency aid workers in times of need, and to feed hungry individuals as an extension of the Soup Kitchen Program throughout the island of Kaua‘i.
To ensure the sustainability of three homes for adults with mental retardation by installing solar water heating systems.
To support the community by maintaining the Palace Theater as a center for various multicultural activities.
To provide affordable transitional shelter, financial counseling, and practical life planning skills in order to encourage economic self-reliance.
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