Learning to Care for Others

Kanani at loi 3

Learning to Care for Others Kanani, 8, a victim of domestic violence, learns to care for others while a mentor guides her in making poi at the Kanewai Loi during the monthly mentoring activity Poi for the Soul.  ”As a single parent, I have often felt isolated and alone. Kids Hurt Too helped us bond...

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Celebrating 14 Years of Love

Jamie.Malina

Celebrating 14 Years of Love   Today, February 14, 2014, Kids Hurt Too Hawaii celebrates its’ fourteenth year. It is a privilege to watch as the children grow and heal. Pictured here is Jamie who started at age 9. Now she is 15 and experiencing success in high school. And Malina, who started at age...

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Training volunteers in trauma care

Trauma Training

Next Children’s Grief and Trauma Facilitator and Mentor Training: August 15, 16, 22, & 23, 2015. HONOLULU — Kids Hurt Too Hawaii is training volunteers to help its efforts to bring solace to grief-stricken children. The sessions are intended to develop a variety of skills centered around children’s grief and trauma. Examples include understanding suicides,...

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Supporting grief-stricken children in Hawai’i

Volunteers register youth at 2013 Real World Event.

HONOLULU – An estimated 50 youth who have endured such challenges as foster care, abuse, neglect, or domestic violence are expected to benefit from a coordinated effort meant to help them live responsibly in the real world. The 4th Annual Real World Event is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., May 10, 2014 at...

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Taking up cause of grief-stricken children across Hawai’i

Fore the Keiki Mini Golf Benefit

HONOLULU  — More than 250 grief-stricken children across Hawai’i benefitted from a charity miniature golf tournament organized by the Hawaii chapter of a trade group for insurance professionals and financial advisors. Called “Fore the Keiki Mini Golf Day,” the inaugural charity event raised $24,468 for Kids Hurt Too Hawai’i, a nonprofit organization whose mission is...

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