Providing families with health and welfare assistance, recreation activities and opportunities for learning and enrichment.
Our mission is to partner with those who have the greatest needs in our community, empowering them to enhance their well-being through education, health and recreation.
KEY SERVICES PROVIDED
Palama Settlement is a social service agency and community center, providing keiki to kūpuna with health and welfare assistance, recreation activities and opportunities for learning and enrichment.
Keiki and youth can participate in after-school tutoring; team sports with an emphasis on character development and homework; STEAM activities – coding, robotics, graphic arts, aquaponics gardening; alternative learning program for credit recovery; hip-hop program with dancers, music, art, spoken word.
Older adults stay active in mind and body with line dancing, hula, Zumba, chair yoga, tai chi, sewing, cooking, watercolor activities.
Newly settled disadvantaged families can access resources to meet basic needs, including navigating education, health care and public benefits; on-site emergency food and hygiene pantries; community food bank distributions.
EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
• Individual & Major Gifts
• Corporate Sponsorships & Giving
• Estate & Planned Gifts
• Trust & Foundation Grants
To make a donation, please visit palamasettlement.org/donate or call (808) 848-2532.
Board of Trustees
John Taira, President
Conrad Loui, 1st Vice President
Jason Ito, 2nd Vice President
Catherine Camp, 3rd Vice President
Neil Tagawa, Treasurer
Lauren Yoo, Secretary
Brian Uemori, Past President
Marissa Cayetano Ross
Paula Rath, Trustee Emeritus
Earl Fusato, Executive Director
810 N. Vineyard Blvd.
Honolulu, HI 96817