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Partners in Development Foundation raises $2683.00 for Hawaii Foodbank

October 2, 2009 Comments Off on Partners in Development Foundation raises $2683.00 for Hawaii Foodbank

On Saturday, August 29, 2009, the Hawai‘i Foodbank (HFB) celebrated its 5th annual Hunger Walk sponsored by Harry C. and Nee Chang C. Wong Foundation.

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PIDF Wins The President’s Award for its Aloha Festivals Parade Float Entry

September 28, 2009 Comments Off on PIDF Wins The President’s Award for its Aloha Festivals Parade Float Entry

All the hard work and creativity paid off for our employees, as they proudly brought home the President’s Award for its float entry in the 63rd Aloha Festivals Parade.

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Partners In Development Foundation Staff Work Together to Build Float for the 2009 Aloha Festivals Parade

September 24, 2009 Comments Off on Partners In Development Foundation Staff Work Together to Build Float for the 2009 Aloha Festivals Parade

PIDF staff, coordinated by Tūtū & Me Family Support Advocate JoAnn Wasson, has been working diligently in preparation for the Annual Aloha Festivals Parade.

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Partnership exemplifies spirit of laulima (cooperation) while helping those in need

September 17, 2009 Comments Off on Partnership exemplifies spirit of laulima (cooperation) while helping those in need

Kamehameha Schools Trustee Micah Kane said at his investiture, “The partnership is more important than the partners.”

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Costco’s generosity helps Ka Pa‘alana feed the hungry on Leeward Coast beaches

September 11, 2009 Comments Off on Costco’s generosity helps Ka Pa‘alana feed the hungry on Leeward Coast beaches

On August 24, 2009 Ka Pa‘alana presented an appreciation card to Costco including pictures and personally written messages of thanks from people who live on Leeward Coast beaches.

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Ka Pa‘alana forges relationship with Coptic Orthodox Church

September 9, 2009 Comments Off on Ka Pa‘alana forges relationship with Coptic Orthodox Church

On July 14, 2009, Ka Pa‘alana’s Mālama Mobile Outreach Team hosted a group from St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church in Alewa Heights, which included nineteen students who were in Hawai‘i on mission from various Coptic Churches in California under the leadership of H.G. Bishop Serapion (bishop of Los Angeles).

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Face Painting In Kaunakakai

September 9, 2009 Comments Off on Face Painting In Kaunakakai

At our Kaunakakai Site and Kualapuu Site, we went hog-wild during last year’s animal theme unit when local artist, Kala’e Ritte-Tangonan, joined us in an animal face painting frenzy.

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2009 Hawaii Foodbank Hunger Walk

September 9, 2009 Comments Off on 2009 Hawaii Foodbank Hunger Walk

On Saturday, August 29th, 2009, the Hawai‘i Foodbank (HFB) celebrated its 5th Annual Hunger Walk sponsored by Harry C. and Nee Chang C. Wong Foundation.

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Earth Day in Kauai

September 8, 2009 Comments Off on Earth Day in Kauai

Tūtū and Me Traveling Preschool East Kaua‘i team held a beach clean up at Nukoli‘i Beach on Earth Day.

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CNHA Conference

August 28, 2009 Comments Off on CNHA Conference

Tech Together Presents at CNHA Conference
Kaleo Iwasaki, Program Manager for Tech Together, was one of three guest speakers presenting their programs’ success at the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement’s Annual Conference held at the Hawaii Convention Center.

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Tech Together & ‘Ike Ea take part in Huaka‘i O Hakipu‘u

August 12, 2009 Comments Off on Tech Together & ‘Ike Ea take part in Huaka‘i O Hakipu‘u

The Tech Together and ‘Ike Ea programs took part in the first Huaka‘i O Hakipu‘u hands-on cultural workshop on Friday, August 7, 2009, at Hakipu‘u on the eastside of Oahu.

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Hawai‘i Foodbank Spotlights Partners in Development Foundation

July 21, 2009 Comments Off on Hawai‘i Foodbank Spotlights Partners in Development Foundation

In May 2007, the Partners in Development Foundation became a member agency of the Hawaii Foodbank. Their vision was to partner with the community to provide essential needs and basic services to the Leeward Coast homeless population through the use…

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