The public is encouraged to visit any of our drop-off locations on Laulima Day with new, unwrapped gifts.
Their referring professional calls their giving spirit a blessing, and would love to see them receive warmth and compassion in return.
A woman escaped domestic violence only to end up on the streets with her four children. She’s now on the path to recovery, but could use som…
The children have always been straight-A students, but harassment finally led mom and dad to pull their daughter out of middle school.
A 21-year old mother of a little girl recently found herself the sole caregiver when her partner unexpectedly died.
The assistance they received was used for shelter, but that is running out.
At lunchtime, they formed a small sea of pink, asking fellow students to give.
Michaela has a job to pay for her daily seizure medication, bus fare, and to help pay for her brother’s expenses.
Alexander is 51 years old and severely diabetic. Both his legs were amputated about two years ago and, about a year ago, he lost his sight.
A year ago, doctors diagnosed Mikaela with acute myeloid leukemia (AML), a cancer of the blood cells.
Pauline Victoria is a mother and wife, who happens to be born without arms and legs.
The event featured a full lineup of entertainment, giveaways and keiki activities, all for a good cause.
When we put the word out about little Nawai Irie, the community rallied to her family’s side.
Family, friends and volunteers held a Family Fun Day fundraiser in Hilo to help 7-month-old Nawai and her parents.
On Saturday, February 28, breast cancer patient Debbie Peralta’s dream came true at Maili Beach Park.
A family is in need following a devastating diagnosis. A child’s pediatrician confirmed that one couple’s newborn has a genetic disease for …
The manager for the Savers store in Kalihi heard their story on KHON2.
The brave 11-year-old is battling cancer — he lost a leg two years ago because of it.
Our Laulima telethon on Thursday was a success thanks to your generosity.
Individuals and businesses have given generously to our Laulima families this holiday season, but kids are also playing an important role.