Re-Shaping the Future of our Ohana

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256 Adults and 29 Children

struggling with homelessness attended the event

 

 

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285 attendees were provided a Hawaiian lunch plate that included Kalua Pig, Chicken Long Rice, Lomi Salmon, Rice, Toss Salad and Cake

 

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82 Volunteers escorted each participant

and engaged with resources from

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Tripler Army Medical Center Chaplains

Hawaii Vet2Vet Inc.

Pacific Islands Consumer Council




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   What did we learn?

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Residency

 

 

16% Waianae Boat Harbor

 

2% Beach

 

4% Vehicle

 

5% Shelters

 

73% live in random locations along the Waianae Coast

 

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Resources

 

92%

stated Foodand Hygenic Products are resources they are interested in during the event

 

 

67% 

stated Transportation with emphasis on work, school and medical appointments is a needed resource at the event

 

 

60%

stated Shelter as a resource of interest at the event

 

50%

stated Employment resources and Skill Training as an interest at the event

 

 

to all those that volunteered their time and engergy

to such an amazing event!

 

Office of Councilmember Kymberly Marcos Pine

Office of Senator Maile Shimabukuro

Office of Senator Suzanne Chun-Oakland

Office of Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard 


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