“Yes, Skylar has a safe space now. But perhaps more critical is for him, his brother, and his mom to know that they do not have to face their struggles alone and that kindness and compassion can come from so many, even total strangers.” Read more at Wishful Thinking
As Hawaii's largest food rescue and redistribution organization, and with the challenge of hunger, food insecurity and food waste contributing to climate change, supporting their effort to be more strategic in their growth and operations in the coming years, was an easy decision.
During the 2022 State legislative session, our grantee HawaiiKidsCAN, worked with numerous members of the Broadband Hui and legislators, to pass digital equity and access legislation. On June 30th the Governor signed four of them into law.