Ka Paʻalana

Partnering to Protect Our Keiki

October 27, 2016

In September 2016, Dasson Tan, a senior at ‘Iolani High School, completed his Eagle Scout project: constructing safety fences to protect preschoolers from wandering beyond the playground area.

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Woodmen Life Hawaii Chapter donates to Ka Pa‘alana

October 25, 2016

On Friday, October 21, 2016, Richelyn Chow, Fraternal Coordinator for WoodmenLife’s Hawai‘i Chapter, walked into the Ka Pa‘alana office with a great big smile and an even bigger check.

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Volunteers take part in Nelson Mandela Day by giving back to community

July 18, 2016

On Saturday, July 18, 2016, organizers from the State AFL-CIO brought together dozens of volunteers on the grounds of the Lunalilo Homes and Adult Day Care as part of this…

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Community gathers to celebrate with Ka Pa‘alana graduates

July 16, 2016

Thursday, June 30th 2016 marked the culmination of months of hard work, dedication and perseverance by our Ka Pa‘alana keiki, caregivers and staff. We held our 8th annual Ka Pa‘alana…

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Locations Foundation event provides clothing for homeless families and children

July 14, 2016

On Saturday, June 18, 2016, hundreds of agents, staff, and their families from Locations LLC gathered at the Shriner’s Beach Club in Waimānalo for a day of fun, relaxation, and a chance to give back to the community.

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Tūtū and Me Graduates Keiki in Hilo

June 16, 2016

What a great way to end the school year! It was a celebration as we honored our graduates with a short award ceremony. On May 31st. we honored five of our graduates and the next day we honored nine out of twelve graduates.

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A Huakaʻi to Kaʻala Cultural Center

February 3, 2016

In an effort to promote scientific inquiry and engineering, families of the Hale Wai Vista, Hale Makana O Nānakuli and Wai‘anae preschool sites of Ka Pa‘alana toured Kaʻala Cultural Center in Wai‘anae valley.

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Lucky We Live Hawaiʻi

January 28, 2016

Through the years our state has earned the reputation of being a “melting pot” of cultures and traditions. As a result, this mixing of cultures and traditions has resulted in a place like nowhere else in the world.

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Weinberg Foundation Provides Preschool Funding for Homeless Children and Families

December 22, 2015

Partners In Development Foundation (PIDF) was presented with $25,000 for its Ka Paʻalana Homeless Family Education Program, which serves homeless and at-risk families on the Leeward Coast of Oʻahu.

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Ka Pa‘alana Families Participate in 1st Annual STEAM Fair

November 6, 2015

Yesterday, our Ka Pa‘alana Homeless Family Education Program hosted their First Annual STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) Fair at the Ke‘ehi Lagoon Memorial Park John A. Burns Hall.

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