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Mahalo CS Wo &
Tsuha Foundations

Ric Wo of The Ben and Miriam Lau Foundation and Wally Tsuha of the Tsuha Foundation each gave $25,000 each towards the purchase of a new walk-in freezer for the Lanakila Meals on Wheels program. They are making it possible for Lanakila Meals on Wheels to increase its capacity to store up to 6,000 more meals a week so we can feed our kupuna during times of great need. ⁠

Kupuna Care Kits

Keiki O Ka `Aina and Roman De Peralta of Kolohe Kai have partnered to build Kupuna Care kits for the elderly in the community. Kits with three face masks, ten pairs of gloves, and hand sanitizer will be delivered to our Lanakila Meals on Wheels Kupuna,

Letters to Kupuna

@letters2ourkupuna is a new way to connect with our local seniors. Michelle Tanaka (founder) began gathering and distributing uplifting messages to send to kupuna around the island to make sure that they know that they are not alone during this time. ⁣

Mahalo PhRMA!

⁣The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) has identified Lanakila Meals on Wheels as Hawaii as a critical part of helping families and individuals during the Coronavirus pandemic. We thank PhRMA for your support.

Masks On!

Mahalo to @every1ne_hawaii and Robert Kurisu, our Lanakila Meals on Wheels team are protected as they prepare meals for our seniors! Their donation of face masks are not only for Lanakila Meals on Wheels and Lanakila Pacific staff and volunteers, but to each of our seniors as well! ⁣

Hand Sanitizers for All

Like many others, @koolaudistillery in Kailua has switched up their day to day production. They've shifted to creating and donating hand sanitizers to first responders, health workers, and essential civil service providers! Their donation to Lanakila Meals on Wheels ensures the safety of our team and seniors! Mahalo!

Mahalo to Our Volunteers

National Volunteer Week in April debuted in the United States in 1974 and has continued to grow every year since. This time is an opportunity to recognize the impact of volunteer service and the power of volunteers to build stronger communities and be a force that transforms the world year-round!

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Holiday Cheer with
Atlas Insurnace

Thank you Atlas Insurance Agency for the generous donation and selecting Lanakila Pacific as the beneficiary of Anuhea's Virtual Holiday Concert held in December!

Marynoll Schools &
Giving Tuesday

As a part of #GivingTuesdayNow, Maryknoll Mask Noblesse Oblige Service Project has Maryknoll School families and community members work together to create fabric masks for LanakilaPacific and NavianHawaii. A thoushand handmade reusable fabric mask are donated to help kupuna and nurses stay protected against COVID-19.

Bodaji Temple

Meet Reverend Glenn Nochi, third-generation minister of Bodaji Temple. He and the Board of Directors of Bodaji Temple gave a $1,000 gift to support our mission of building independence.

Maui Nui Venison

Thank you to the folks at Maui Nui Venison for their generous gift of 300 pounds of meat! Their awesome Holo ‘Ai fresh venison delivery program launched early for all Hawaii residents. We’re very excited to start incorporating their donation soon. Check back to see what we come up with!

Artist's Work of HeART

Local artist, Solomon Enos (@solomonenos), supported Lanakila Pacific during this crucial time with a check of $1,784.50. He donated half the proceeds from the sale of his art pieces during the month of April.

"We Care" Packages

First Hawaiian Bank delivered a generous gift of $25,000 from first Hawaiian Bank Foundation to help create emergency care packages for our seniors in the time of need.

Artist Give Back

Artist, Brady Evans (@daawgo), offered art commission pieces for individuals who supported charities like Lanakila Meals on Wheels. "The ongoing pandemic has upened the lives of nearly all American and those who are most vulerable need our help more than ever."

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