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Kamehameha Foundation​

Fundraisers

Helping Hawaii's Houseless Communities
In the years of 2018, 2019, 2020 & 2021 the Kamehameha Foundation raised money to support the Project Hawaiʻi Christmas Wish Program to reach a goal to help over 1600 houseless children on Oʻahu, Maui and Hawaiʻi Island to supply them with hygiene items. 
Mahalo to all our supporters who contributed to this noble cause for our houseless keiki living in Hawaiʻi nei.

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Every year, the Kamehameha Foundation raises funds to aid in the houseless children, please join us in supporting this worthy cause.

 

The funds raised will be directed to the aid and support for houseless children throughout all Hawaii. The children are in dire need of shelter, food, clothing, educational materials, art and music supplies, counselling, medical, and every humane necessity. Your compassionate donation will truly help make a difference in their lives.

 

For example, supplying these houseless children with the basic living and hygiene items will help keep them healthy. Having proper attire for school will help their personal self-esteem and boost their self-confidence. Art and music will bring joy to their hearts and promote sharing as part of their way of life.

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December, 2020:

Kamehameha Foundation's Maui Board Member, Elle Cochran meets Magin Patrick and Cliff Kama Sr., the Co- Founders and Directors of Project Hawai'i Inc. to donate to their charity works and supply Christmas gifts to help the 177 homeless keiki on the island of Maui.

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The Kamehameha Foundation donates canvas coverings for the self-designated houseless community in Lydgate park called Lydgate Lahui near Kamalani Kai on the island of Kaua'i

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The Kamehameha Foundation supported the Lydgate Lahui at Kamalani Kai. 

 

"To connect Hawaii’s people with their culture, traditions, ancestry, and hereditary

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