This is an extremely challenging time for families, but our local communities have come together in unique ways to support each other. HawaiiKidsCAN is working to do our part to positively impact the local community, and we rely on the generosity of our supporters to continue and grow this work. Anything you can give directly supports our work in Hawaii.

Below you will see a few of the key ways your dollars directly support our work.  I want to personally thank you for your continued support, especially during this time, because I firmly believe that Hawaii is stronger together.  – David Miyashiro, Executive Director 


Cover the cost of a 1:1 mentoring session for a student community organizer


Support our advocacy work to promote stronger summer learning opportunities this year


Sponsor organizing for 1-hr virtual advocacy or networking event


Sponsor virtual youth leadership opportunities to help students engage with leaders and create a resilient post-COVID-19 community


Support Wahine Processing Power 2020, a workshop that focuses on empowering young women with coding and design thinking skills through a 3-day virtual workshop this summer


Support work with teacher edupreneurs to promote innovative approaches inside and outside of classrooms


Support our work to ensure federal stimulus funds are used to support out most high-need students


Fund a seed grant for a new community-based student project


Spur the development of a student, teacher, and parent advocacy toolkit


Help with providing infrastructure by bringing Wi-Fi on Wheels to a neighborhood without internet connectivity