As Hawaii’s leading hunger-relief organization, Hawaii Foodbank is prepared to provide emergency food to members of our community impacted by the pandemic, as well as those already facing hunger every day.
You can register to attend any of their Pop-up Food Distributions across O‘ahu and Kaua‘i, set up to accommodate the large numbers of Hawaii residents who have lost access to food due to COVID-19. Where possible, they are implementing drive-through distribution methods, to help facilitate social distancing and other public safety guidelines.
Aloha Free Clinic
Our mission is to provide free medical care to the people of Hawaii during this time of crisis. The Aloha Free Clinic will be made available from June 1st to August 31, 2020 to the people across the state with in-person visits as well as tele-health.
• Free Exams: in person and tele-health
• Free Lab Tests
• Free/Discounted Select Medications
Aloha United Way
Aloha United Way (AUW) encourages individuals of all walks of life to join our movement–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 life. – Aloha United Way
American Diabetes Association
“Our mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.” – American Diabetes Association
American Red Cross-Hawaii Chapter
“Become a Red Cross hero by volunteering, preparing for disasters, or making a donation!” – American Red Cross
Baldrick’s Head-Shaving Event
2018 Date TBA | https://www.stbaldricks.org/
“St. Baldrick’s head-shaving events come in all shapes and sizes. People are shaving their heads in Hong Kong and Honolulu and everywhere in between—all with one goal: to cure childhood cancer.” – St. Baldricks Foundation
Blood Bank of Hawaii
“Blood Bank of Hawaii is a non-profit organization that provides lifesaving blood products to 18 civilian hospitals statewide. Typical uses for the blood include surgical procedures, treatment of accident victims, ulcers, anemia, delivery for mother and baby, and cancer.” – Blood Bank of Hawaii
Child and Family Service
“WE’RE ALL ABOUT FAMILY. Champions for Hawaii’s children & families for 120 years, Child & Family Service (CFS) is dedicated to strengthening Hawaii’s at-risk families through counseling and therapeutic support services. With nearly 50 programs, statewide, designed to help prevent life’s most serious issues such as trauma, abuse, and neglect, CFS is a 100% local private community based 501(c)(3) organization. Since 1899 CFS has provided families with tools to positively change their lives and to sustain those changes on their own.”
Habitat for Humanity
“Habitat for Humanity is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities and hope. Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions. Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a simple, durable place to live in dignity and safety, and that decent shelter in decent communities should be a matter of conscience and action for all.” – Habitat for Humanity Honolulu Website
Hawaii State Department of Health
“The mission of the Department of Health is to protect and improve the health and environment for all people in Hawai`i .” – Hawaii State Department of Health
Great Aloha Run
The Great Aloha Run is an annual 8.15 mile race held in Honolulu, Hawaii. It begins in Downtown Honolulu and ends at Aloha Stadium. Registration is currently OPEN!
Hawaii State Bar Association
“The Hawaii State Bar Association (HSBA) offers two free services to the public. Volunteer attorneys from the Young Lawyers Division (YLD) provide free legal information through our weekly YLD LEGAL LINES telephone hotline every Wednesday evening from the hours of 6PM-7PM at (808) 537-1868. The LAWYER REFERRAL & INFORMATION SERVICE (LRIS) is a free public service that can refer you to subject area panel attorneys who are willing to assist clients at reasonable rates with all types of legal problems: landlord-tenant, consumer services, criminal arrest and defense, bankruptcy, child custody, divorce, foreclosures, labor including workers’ compensation and discrimination, wills and trusts, immigration, etc. Calls are answered by trained staff Monday through Friday, 8:30-4:30PM at (808) 537-9140 or via email at LRIS@HSBA.ORG” – HSBA
Hawaii Suicide Prevention Center
“SPRC provides technical assistance, training, and materials to increase the knowledge and expertise of suicide prevention practitioners and other professionals serving people at risk for suicide. We promote collaboration among a variety of organizations in the field of suicide prevention.” – Hawaii Suicide Prevention Center
Helping Hands Hawaii
“It is the mission of Helping Hands Hawai‘i to develop community self-sufficiency and resilience by providing guidance, household goods and opportunities for empowerment and connection.” – Helping Hands Hawaii
Kaiser Permanente is a health care company focused on innovative care and saving lives. They conduct the Kaiser Permanente Great Aloha Run.
Hawaii Health and Harm Reduction Center
“Reducing harm, promoting health, creating wellness, and fighting stigma in Hawai’i and the Pacific.”
"Every year, there are about 100 keiki in our islands newly-diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition. It is our vision to grant the wish of every eligible child. Learn about the power of a wish come true and why medical professionals are prescribing it as good medicine." - Make-A-Wish Hawaii
“Navian Hawaii (NAV-EE-YAN) is formed from the words “Navigator” and “Guardian,” and is dedicated to serving and advocating for patients in these two roles. Like navigators of a voyaging canoe, our staff provides clarity and guidance through times of uncertainty. As guardians, we care for people and protect their wishes.
Navian Hawaii believes that we all have a Navian in our lives—someone who supports us unconditionally and whom we trust implicitly. The Navian Hawaii team travels each journey with patients and their families, helping them raise their sails high for the remarkable voyage ahead.” – Navian Hawaii
U.S. VETS Waianae
“Waianae Civic Center is the only U.S.VETS location that provides services to both veterans, civilians and their families. WCC began serving the Hawaii homeless population in March 2007 and currently serves 300 men, women and children each day.” – U.S. VETS Waianae