The Nā Pono Keiki Program will provide culture-based programming designed to build skill sets through hands-on activities which strengthen
relationships to ʻāina and culture in community, for keiki and caregivers.
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.
Preschool sites with our Tūtū and Me, Ka Paʻalana, and Nā Pono No Nā ʻOhana programs went on huakaʻi throughout October to pick pumpkins, pet animals, and learn a little more about farming on the ʻāina.
Nā Pono No Nā ʻOhana’s Junior Kindergarten had 15 keiki graduate this year. The festivities took place on site at Blanche Pope Elementary School in Waimānalo, and the attending families were able to enjoy the keiki’s artwork from the year hung up across the walls.