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Pictured above: (standing, from left to right) Cameron Nekota (president of the First Hawaiian Bank Foundation), Cheryl Nekota, Dave Cassidy, Anne Namba (Anne Namba Designs), Greg Sitar (Hale Kipa board member), Susan Sitar, (sitting, from left to right) Bob Harrison (CEO, First Hawaiian Bank), Henry Kapono (Singer/songwriter), Lezlee Ka‘aihue, Lori Harrison   On Feb. 22, 2020, nearly 140 attendees gathered at the Ho‘okupu Center in Kewalo Basin...

Each March, social workers are celebrated across the U.S. during National Professional Social Work Month. This year, the official theme is “Social Workers: Generations Strong” According to the National Association of Social Workers, March is an opportunity for social workers across the country to highlight the important contributions...

Imagine what a difference it would make if YOU could help ONE youth complete high school, heal from sex trafficking, or have a place to call home.    “This is a safe haven, to grow and heal, this is an answered prayer.  Thank you Hale Kipa for helping the children in...

At Hale Kipa, we believe that it takes one person to make a big difference in the life of many youth and we invite you to consider supporting us to propel Hawaii’s at-risk young people toward a life of success.  “Every other place I’ve been has treated me like I’m a number. That’s...

The name of our newsletter is Transitions, and it happens that I have been thinking a lot about transitions recently. And so, I want to share some of my thoughts, realizing that they may not seem very connected other than they are reflective of my pondering what...