Our mission is to kōkua Hawaiian Natives who are committed to achieving their potential for themselves, their families and their communities.
KEY SERVICES PROVIDED
The mission of the Kumu Kahi Department is to enrich and enhance the lives of Native Hawaiian elders by preserving and restoring their health, sense of dignity, self-respect and cultural identity, and to promote lifelong learning.
Ke Ola Pono No Nā Kūpuna Program (Good Health and Living for the Elderly) is funded through the Older Americans Act, Title VI, Part B, Grants for Native Hawaiians. The program provides nutritional and supportive services for Native Hawaiians age 60 and older.
July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019 services provided:
Outreach & Friendly Visits & Telephone Reassurances
EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
Your donation will help us expand our services we provide for Native Hawaiian elders.
$10.00 provides 1 meal
$70.00 provides meals for a week
$300.00 provides meals for a month
Kōkua Kūpuna! Donate today!
Mervina K.M. Cash-Ka‘eo,
Leslie Tanoue, Director, Kumu
Kahi – Elderly Services Department
Kekamaikaikamaikalani Helm, Chairperson
Kamika Smith, Vice Chair & Treasurer
Paige Ann Kapi‘olani Barber
C. Kimo Alameda, Ph.D.
Hale O Na Limahana
Located in the Airport Financial Center
2969 Māpunapuna Place, Suite 200
Honolulu, HI 96819
ALU LIKE Inc., is here to help Native
Hawaiians achieve their potential.
E alu like mai kākou, e nā ‘ōiwi o Hawai‘i
Let Us Work Together, Natives of Hawai‘i