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We are the oldest, largest, and most comprehensive human services agency focused exclusively on ending and preventing homelessness in Hawaii.

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Mahalo @waipahugirlup for organizing a period product drive last month! 💙 ​They collected a generous amount of donations: over 1,500 pads, 473 tampons, nearly 1,000 liners, hygiene packs, and 66 pairs of underwear! In June, @govhawaii signed a bill into law set to provide free period care products for keiki in public schools, there's still a need for those outside of school – for keiki and adults. ​If you're interested in hosting a donation drive, go to: ihshawaii.org/host-a-drive/ ihshawaii.org/host-a-drive/ ... See MoreSee Less
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What happens after someone who experienced homelessness moves into permanent housing?On Wednesday, 101 service providers from 21 organizations across three islands gathered to discuss innovative strategies for meeting clients' needs once they're housed. Our Outreach Team shared strategies and stories from the field, the day-long seminar concluded in breakout groups brainstorming coping mechanisms and ways to address unmet needs.​To learn more about our the Housing Seminar, check us out in the news: www.hawaiinewsnow.com/2022/08/11/homeless-crisis-continues-service-providers-convene-brainstorm-l... and www.kitv.com/news/hawaii-nonprofits-face-uphill-battle-in-ending-homelessness/article_371e96aa-19...​​Mahalo nui to all the service providers who day in and day out work to help all those who accept their offer of assistance. And mahalo @kupuhawaii for your hookipa for our gathering! 💙 ... See MoreSee Less
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Join us at this year's in-person #CharityWalk! Bring your ohana, friends and co-workers and walk with us from Magic Island through Waikiki. To register for the walk and join our team, go to our Charity Walk Team page (fundraise.givesmart.com/vf/Oahu/team/IHS) and click "Make a Donation" 🗓️ August 20🕖 Starting at 7 am🏖️ Magic Island at Ala Moana Beach Park✅ Registration is a suggested donation of $50 per adult and $25 for keiki ages 9-17 yrs old ... See MoreSee Less
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Mahalo Diamond Bakery Co., Ltd. for joining us for LeaderServe Friday and for being part of our IHS community! 💙 ​If you are a community, business, or political leader and want to join us for LeaderServe Friday, please reach out! These Fridays are opportunities for connecting the communities that make up our growing IHS ohana, through service for our guests and neighboring community members. ... See MoreSee Less
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Mahalo to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Pacific Region for stopping by last week! Although we love any opportunity to spotlight our clients and programs, we also enjoy hearing about other communities in our region and their innovative services. Mahalo nui for your time and support in ending the cycle of homelessness. ... See MoreSee Less
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