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Community Partners: Hawaii
AARP is a social mission organization with a membership, serving the needs of adult residents and their families. Serving 150,000 members in Hawai‘i, we advocate at the state legislature, offer access to information and resources, and provide meaningful volunteer opportunities that empower people to create positive change in their lives.
Abilities Unlimited focuses on providing community-based support for individuals with disabilities. By providing direct service and macro-level advocacy efforts to the community, the organization serves as a catalyst for positive social change to build communities that welcome individuals with disabilities and empower these individuals to participate in dignified opportunities in all sectors of community life.
A Clubhouse is a unique, voluntary, member-driven psychosocial rehabilitation program for adults who experience the challenges of mental illness. Within a supportive environment, program participants (members) are offered a multitude of services to improve the quality of their lives through meaningful work, positive relationships, and gainful employment. Members can build on their strengths and abilities to acquire or improve skills needed to reach their individual goals and aspirations.
Hawai‘i State Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division
Aloha Independent Living Hawai‘i (AILH) is a recently established grass roots 501 (c)(3) non profit organization whose mission is to provide independent living programs and services for persons with disabilities in Hawaii.
Aloha State Association of the Deaf is the only organization that believes in the full capacity of Deaf and hard of hearing people, and has the power influence, diversity, and determination to expand and transform our dreams into reality. We believe in Deaf and hard of hearing people because we are the people.
Aloha United Way works to encourage individuals of all walks of life to join together to create hope and change the landscape of our community for the better. More than raising and distributing money, AUW is working to reduce homelessness, provide more opportunities for our kupuna to age gracefully, and better prepare our keiki for kindergarten. By focusing on 3 impact areas - education, poverty prevention and safety net - we are able to drive and support significant social change, funding collective impact, preventing problems before they begin, and helping the vulnerable in our community who need assistance now.
ALU LIKE, Inc. is a nonprofit organization for Native Hawaiians. We have assisted Native Hawaiians in their efforts to achieve social and economic self-sufficiency for over 40 years. Incorporated in 1975 as a private, non-profit service organization, ALU LIKE, Inc. remains committed to the vision and mission of our founders.
Ark of Safety Christian Fellowship is a generation of believers who have a desire to fulfill a God-given vision of reaching a community in need by serving families and individuals with physical, spiritual, financial, and emotional teachings and support. Our goal is to do our part to create and maintain a healthy and safe neighborhood for everyone.