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  • about • (Fri) October 19, 2018

    "Maka" Appears on KHON2 WakeUp2Day

    Lei Furtado and Keala OʻSullivan appeared on KHON2's WakeUp2Day show this morning to discuss our newest book and upcoming launch at Bishop Museum....

  • Annual Hoʻomaikaʻi Reception Highlights New Program

    about, Natural Farming • (Thu) October 18, 2018

    Annual Hoʻomaikaʻi Reception Highlights New Program

    At our annual Hoʻomaikaʻi Mahalo reception we had the privilege of thanking some of our supporters and partners for their help in making our work possible, and demonstrating the success of our newest program, Kupa ʻĀina....

  • ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi ʻOe? Duolingo Unveils Hawaiian Language

    Baibala Hemolele • (Tue) October 9, 2018

    ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi ʻOe? Duolingo Unveils Hawaiian Language

    Do you speak Hawaiian? Partnering with Kanaeokana and Kamehameha Schools, Duolingo unveiled their beta testing of the Hawaiian language on Monday....

  • Ka Paʻalana Hosts 3rd Annual STEAM Fair

    Ka Pa‘alana • (Fri) October 5, 2018

    Ka Paʻalana Hosts 3rd Annual STEAM Fair

    On Friday, September 28, Ka Paʻalana held the 3rd annual STEAM fair. Staff demonstrated successful lessons and activities created through STEAM: an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking....

  • Fun for Families at the 72nd Aloha Festivals Parade

    Ka Pa‘alana, Tūtū and Me • (Thu) October 4, 2018

    Fun for Families at the 72nd Aloha Festivals Parade

    On Saturday, September 29, PIDF participated in the 72nd annual Aloha Festivals Floral Parade. Families and staff from Ka Paʻalana and Tūtū and Me rode our float decked out in our childrenʻs book characters....

  • Locations Foundation Surprise Ka Paʻalana with Needed Items

    Ka Pa‘alana • (Mon) October 1, 2018

    Locations Foundation Surprise Ka Paʻalana with Needed Items

    On Tuesday, September 11, the Locations Foundation visited the Hope Shelter in Kapolei to present Ka Paʻalana with much-needed donations of mattresses, sheets, blankets, children’s shoes and socks, and assorted gift cards....

  • E kuhikuhi pono i na au iki a me na au nui o ka ʻike (In teaching, do it well: the small details are as important as the large ones)

    Ka Pa‘alana, Nā Pono No Nā ‘Ohana, Tūtū and Me • (Fri) September 14, 2018

    E kuhikuhi pono i na au iki a me na au nui o ka ʻike (In teaching, do it well: the small details are as important as the large ones)

    On September 14, 2018, five early childhood education agencies including PIDF came together for the ʻEleu Native Hawaiian Early Childhood Education Consortium Conference....

  • Hawaiian Airlines Take Ka Paʻalana Keiki to Childrenʻs Discovery Center

    Ka Pa‘alana • (Tue) September 11, 2018

    Hawaiian Airlines Take Ka Paʻalana Keiki to Childrenʻs Discovery Center

    Ka Paʻalana families at the Family Assessment Shelter were invited to enjoy the newly renovated airline exhibit at the Childrenʻs Discovery Center in Kakaʻako. ...

  • Hui Hoʻomalu Sees Family Reunited

    Hui Ho‘omalu • (Thu) June 28, 2018

    Hui Hoʻomalu Sees Family Reunited

    In June of this year, Hui Hoʻomalu had the privilege of witnessing some of their efforts with the foster care system come to fruition. Kauaʻi resident Estrella Barnett and her 8 year-old daughter Alexi were reunited in June as part of National Family Reunification Month, and a “Reconnecting Hearts” event....

  • ʻŌʻō Award Recipient: Jan E. Hanohano Dill

    about • (Thu) May 17, 2018

    ʻŌʻō Award Recipient: Jan E. Hanohano Dill

    President Jan E. Hanohano Dill was one of this year’s recipients of the Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce 42nd Annual ʻŌʻō Awards! Alongside fellow Native Hawaiians Heather Giugni and Marleen Akau, the three were recognized and celebrated for their accomplishments and service to Hawaiʻi’s businesses and communities....

  • PIDF Receives Grant from Nā ʻOiwi Kāne Fund at the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation

    Nā Pono No Nā ‘Ohana • (Tue) May 8, 2018

    PIDF Receives Grant from Nā ʻOiwi Kāne Fund at the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation

    Partners in Development Foundation received a total of $25,000 from the donor advised Nā ʻŌiwi Kāne Fund at the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation. Nā Pono No Nā ʻOhana Program was awarded $15,000 and Ke Kama Pono Safe House was awarded $10,000. ...

  • Tūtū and Me Home Visiting

    Tūtū and Me • (Thu) April 12, 2018

    Tūtū and Me Home Visiting

    Tutu and Meʻs Home Visiting Program has expanded to five districts, serving families in Kaʻū, Kohala, East Hawaiʻi, Hāmākua, and the island of Molokaʻi. The program is a family-strengthening model that provides caregiver support and educational resources to families with keiki age’s birth to five. Home Visitors Linda Bong (Kaʻū), Lani Bowman (Kohala), Amanda Ishigo (East Hawaii), Ashlynn Victorino (Hāmākua), and Kahana DeKneef (Molokaʻi) meet with families once a week or twice per month for 12 to 15 sessions. Known as Hawaiʻi’s “last fishing village,” Miloliʻi is five miles downhill from Māmalahoa Highway in South Kona and at the end of a narrow, winding road. With no electricity or running water, Miloliʻi is a community where traditional fishing methods are still practiced. Thanks to the dedication of skilled residents and cultural practitioners, cultural values, and rich generational knowledge are being preserved and passed on. For more information, please contact JoAnn Wasson....

  • Talk Story with the Mayor

    Ka Pa‘alana • (Sat) April 7, 2018

    Talk Story with the Mayor

    Ka Paʻalana Hilo Hope Site recently had "Talk Story with the Mayor" day with special guest, Big Island Mayor Harry Kim on March 7, 2018....

  • Pono Policy Academy

    • (Mon) March 19, 2018

    Pono Policy Academy

    No Vote No Grumble presents Pono Policy Academy. The Pono Policy Academy began in 2018 with funding support from the League of Women Voters Education Fund. A training program has been developed for individuals who would like to serve in public office. This program also provides information to groups and individuals on how the Legislative process functions led by Alex Santiago. Pono Policy Academy is a non-partisan effort open to anyone interested. In addition to teaching participants the skills needed to run a campaign, much time is spent on explaining the practice of "Pono Politics.”...

  • Partners in Development Foundations's Ka Paʻalana Earns National NAEYC Accreditation

    Ka Pa‘alana • (Tue) March 13, 2018

    Partners in Development Foundations's Ka Paʻalana Earns National NAEYC Accreditation

    Program recognized among the top in the nation by earning accreditation. Ka Paʻalana HOPE shelter site earns national NAEYC accreditation. Less than 10 percent of all child care centers, preschools, and kindergartens nationally achieve this recognition....

  • Pehea Nā Keiki? Pehea Nā Kūpuna? (How are the Children? How are the Elders?)

    Ka Pa‘alana, Nā Pono No Nā ‘Ohana, Tūtū and Me • (Mon) February 26, 2018

    Pehea Nā Keiki? Pehea Nā Kūpuna? (How are the Children? How are the Elders?)

    ʻEleu Early Childhood Education Rally at the state capitol. Senator Jill Tokuda, Representative Andria Tupola, and Representative Lauren Matsumoto spoke in support of family-strengthening programs....

  • ʻAʻohe Hana Nui Keʻaluʻia (No Task is too Big When Done Together by All)

    Ka Pa‘alana, Nā Pono No Nā ‘Ohana, Tūtū and Me • (Fri) February 23, 2018

    ʻAʻohe Hana Nui Keʻaluʻia (No Task is too Big When Done Together by All)

    ʻEleu Native Hawaiian Early Childhood Consortium Conference...

  • 2018 Point in Time Count

    Ka Pa‘alana • (Thu) February 1, 2018

    2018 Point in Time Count

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  • Extending the Lines

    About • (Mon) January 15, 2018

    Extending the Lines

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  • Partners in Development Foundation Receives FLEX Grant Award from Hawaiʻi Community Foundation

    Tūtū and Me, Hui Hoʻomalu, Nā Pono No Nā ʻOhana • (Wed) December 20, 2017

    Partners in Development Foundation Receives FLEX Grant Award from Hawaiʻi Community Foundation

    $49,000 FLEX Grant...

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