Job Openings: Hale Kipa Transitional Living Program (7/16/14)

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From: Leianne Nagum
Date: Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 2:38 PM
Subject: Hale Kipa’s Transitional Living Program

Aloha,

Just wanted to let you know that we have several female and male openings with our program. If you have anyone that would fulfill our admission criteria (homeless/imminent homelessness & ages 18-21 years), please send them our way.

Mahalo no,
Leianne K. Nagum, Case Manager
Hale Kipa – Transitional Living Program
Program II Outreach and Transitional Living Services
lnagum@halekipa.org
Website
(808) 284-2079

Hawaii Furniture Bank: Helping Hawaii’s Families Sleep a Little Better!

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From: Patty
Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2014 9:16 AM
Subject: Fwd: Mahalo Nui!

Helping Hawaii’s Families Sleep a Little Better!
(Posted July 22, 2014)

Over 40 different nonprofit groups — including churches, schools, shelters, clean & sober homes and halau — banded together this week to distribute over 6 tons of linens, pillows, blankets and towels to Oahu families in need. From the homeless in Waianae to the shelters in Kalaeloa and Kahala, to the flood victims in Waialua, volunteers loaded vans, trucks and car trunks to help ohana in need.

Pastor Jerrell Tate from the Abundant Life Christian Fellowship says, “Helping the homeless is a family affair!” as his grandson and wife helped load the back of their truck. The Waianae Comprehensive Health Center will also be servicing the homeless along with treatment centers and shelters in West Oahu.

Kumu Kanani Oliveira advised she is providing linens to families that have no beds, stating “They sleep on the floor so they have more room for the family to sleep together.”

Aunty Eileen from Queen Liliuokalani Church of Haleiwa is a true blessing — she and Uncle John will be distributing linens to members of their community.

Ms. Cathy from Waialua Elementary Kindergarten hopes the clean sheets will help families that were flooded out by the weekend storms, explaining that “Every little bit helps when you’re recovering from a disaster.”

Hawaii Furniture Bank extends a warm aloha to our generous donors and the many volunteers that give selflessly of their time and resources to help those in need.

Attached are a few photos from today’s distribution. I’ll be posting more photos on our web site as I receive them from team members completing deliveries to senior housing, shelters, etc.

On behalf of our very grateful recipients, let me extend a very warm mahalo nui loa!

​Please contact me if we can make a difference in helping the families in your community​!

Much aloha,
​Patty Kahanamoku-Teruya​
Hawaii Furniture Bank (HFB)​
​O’ahu Community Liaison​
808 723-9161

http://www.hawaiifurniturebank.com/

Hawaii Furniture Bank Information

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Forum: Working Together for Our Families JUL 30 hosted by Seagull Schools

07 30 2014 Kapolei Providers 2a

Free Government Cell Phones

Visit the link below for more information:

http://www.freegovernmentcellphones.net/states/hawaii-government-cell-phone-providers

Here are some reliable sources where you can read about obtaining a free cell phone from the government:

Low-Cost and Free Cell Phone Options for Seniors Jim T. Miller HuffPost 7/10/14
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jim-t-miller/low-cost-and-free-cell-ph_b_5575971.html

Lawmaker looks to rein in program after free cell phones sent to dead people Barnini Chakraborty FoxNews 3/11/13 http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/03/11/gop-lawmaker-calls-out-govt-program-that-gives-cell-phones-to-dead-people/

Are Taxpayers Paying for Free Cell Phones? Kelly Phillips Erb Forbes 2/12/12 http://www.forbes.com/sites/kellyphillipserb/2012/02/12/are-taxpayers-paying-for-free-cell-phones/

Tapped? ‘LifeLine’ program offers free phone Kim Komando USA Today 5/31/12 http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/tech/columnist/kimkomando/story/2012-06-01/low-income-lifeline-plan/55315532/1

How to Get the Government to Cover Your Cell Phone Bill(s) Brad Tuttle Time  2/8/12 http://business.time.com/2012/02/08/how-to-get-the-government-to-cover-your-cell-phone-bills/

Joint Senate Committee Meeting: Affordable Housing Update 7/23/14

Aloha, below is a link to the official hearing notice for next week’s Informational Briefing on Housing:

 

http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/session2014/hearingnotices/HEARING_HMS-EGH-PSM-HSG_07-23-14_INFO_.HTM

 

THE SENATE

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

THE TWENTY-SEVENTH LEGISLATURE

INTERIM OF 2014

 

COMMITTEE ON HUMAN SERVICES
Senator Suzanne Chun Oakland, Chair
Senator Josh Green, Vice Chair

 

Sen. Michelle N. Kidani Sen. Sam Slom
Sen. Brian T. Taniguchi

 

COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS AND HOUSING
Senator Donovan M. Dela Cruz, Chair
Senator Sam Slom, Vice Chair

 

Sen. Rosalyn H. Baker Sen. Laura H. Thielen
Sen. Suzanne Chun Oakland Sen. Glenn Wakai
Sen. J. Kalani English

 

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY, INTERGOVERNMENTAL AND MILITARY AFFAIRS
Senator Will Espero, Chair
Senator Rosalyn H. Baker, Vice Chair

 

Sen. Brickwood Galuteria Sen. Sam Slom
Sen. Josh Green

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WMCAC Golf Tournament 8/15/14 at Makaha Valley Country Club

From: Don “Rock” Arakaki
Date: July 13, 2014

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Aloha Maile,

Hope all is well with you and wish you a very successful year.

WMCAC is having a golf tournament on Friday, August 15, 2014, at Makaha Valley Country Club to raise funds to support the youth programs and community activities to include the Waianae Veterans Day Parade. The proceeds from the golf tournament will help us defray the costs of these events.

We ask your assistance in finding golfers and sponsors to support our tournament. Attached is our Invitation Letter and Sponsorship Information (disregard the deadline for the registration). Please feel free to contact me should you have any questions.

Mahalo,
Don “Rock” Arakaki
“Rock Steady”

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