PIDF administration staff step out of the office and help the Kupa ʻAina team to mālama ʻāina.
Hawaiʻi Project to End Youth Incarceration Receives $20 Million Award From Kellogg Foundation’s Global Challenge to Advance Racial Equity
After nearly two years of planning, PIDF and OYAH partners are honored to receive $20 million to end youth incarceration in Hawaiʻi.
The PIDF Board connected with each other during the retreat and heard about direct impact from programs.
Nationwide, there have been efforts to lower youth incarceration rates and close youth prisons. Efforts made by OYAH at Kawailoa are shared.