Broadband and Digital Equity in Hawaii – HawaiiKidsCAN

Last year, the H.T. Hayashi Foundation awarded a small grant to HawaiiKidsCAN to support the critical work they are doing to bring digital equity and access to all of Hawaii’s students and households. These bills were signed into law by Governor Ige, on June 30, 2022.
 
During this past legislative session, they along with the numerous partners of the Hawaii Broadband Hui, worked with legislators to pass several key bills that are a significant step in the right direction.
 
See this article from West Hawaii Today, covering the legislation in more detail.

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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.

An interview with John Leong, CEO, Kupu

In this 40+ minute interview with Unyong Nakata of Hawaii Business Magazine, we get a very clear sense of the leadership philosophy and community values that guide John in his work. We also know that these values are embedded in the way Kupu works with youth, families, and stakeholders throughout Hawaii.

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