To inspire and equip families and communities for success and service, using timeless Native Hawaiian values and traditions.
KEY SERVICES PROVIDED
At Partners in Development Foundation (PIDF), we equip the most
at-risk children, families and communities with the tools needed for long-term success and sustainability. We’ve served over 100,000 people in 65 communities across Hawai‘i, working to make each one healthy and resilient through our programs:
Early childhood, family, adult education: Tūtū and Me Traveling Preschool, Nā Pono No Nā ‘Ohana, Ka Pa‘alana Homeless Family Education
Foster family recruitment, support, training: Hui Ho‘omalu
Mentorship for an organization serving the Micronesian community: We Are Oceania
Environmental sustainability, food security: Kupa ‘Aina Natural Farming
Hawaiian language, culture: Baibala Hemolele, Hui Nohona
Safe house for adjudicated youth: Ke Kama Pono
Teacher professional development, community support services: Pili A Pa‘a, Piha Me Ka Pono
EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
Volunteering on the farm,
donating school supplies and financial contributions are just some of the ways you can get involved with PIDF.
Don’t miss our next Ulu Hana: Pewa Awards event on Aug. 19, 2020!
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Dr. Michael J. Chun, Ph.D., Chairman
The Rev. William H. Kaina, Vice Chairman
Diane S. L. Paloma, MBA, Ph.D., Secretary
James V. Gomez, CPA, Treasurer
Kyle J. K. Chock
Jan E. Hanohano Dill
Trish K. Morikawa, J.D.
Kaulana H. R. Park
Morris Takushi, Emeritus
Jan E. Hanohano Dill, President
Laura Dang, Vice President of Administration/Secretary
Alison Masutani, Vice President
Stephanie Nishimura, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer
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