Programs

Huakaʻi with United Airlines

February 18, 2020

One of our Tūtū and Me Traveling Preschool teams on Oʻahu went on a huakaʻi last month to learn about United Airlines.

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ʻEleu Rally for FCIL

February 13, 2020

The annual ʻEleu rally for Family-Child Interaction Learning (FCIL) was held at the Hawaiʻi State Capitol building alongside our ʻEleu partners Keiki O Ka ʻĀina and INPEACE.

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Hui Hoʻomalu’s 2020 Bake Sale

February 10, 2020

Hui Hoʻomalu is putting on their annual Bake Sale and Silent Auction for Foster Care this Friday, February 14th, just in time for Valentine’s Day.

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Ka Paʻalana Completes Renovations

February 7, 2020

Our Ka Paʻalana and Ke Kama Pono programs recently finished some much-needed renovations on the classroom yurts at our Hope Shelter site.

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Second Graders Gift Literacy to Ka Paʻalana

January 29, 2020

Second graders at Hawaiʻi Baptist Academy donated 100 books to the preschoolers in our Ka Paʻalana Homeless Family Education Program.

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Na Makamae: Paul, Tūtū and Me

January 27, 2020

Paul Chun is the Program Accountant/ Budget Analyst for all 13 teams of our Tūtū and Me Traveling Preschool. Affectionately called the “money man,” Paul is loved by all who encounter him.

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Census Rally Shows Importance of Count

January 14, 2020

A rally at the Hawaiʻi State Capitol building kicked off 2020 Census activities for the year and highlighted the importance of an accurate count.

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Tūtū and Me for Generations

January 3, 2020

The Tokashiki ʻohana has been coming to Tūtū and Me for 15 years. Their eldest keiki, Skylin, was in our very first Tūtū and Me preschool class.

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Na Makamae: Kasey, Ka Paʻalana

December 27, 2019

Kasey Galariada has been with our Ka Paʻalana Homeless Family Education Program for over 10 years.

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Starbucks Brings Cheer to Ka Paʻalana

December 20, 2019

Starbucks Kapolei district managers paid a visit to our Ka Paʻalana Hope Shelter, bringing hot cocoa, coffee, and holiday cheer to our ʻohana.

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