Even though doctors gave Debbie Peralta just weeks to live, she says she has everything she needs this Christmas, especially with the help o…
Mom hopes to go back to school someday, but for now, she hopes to see her children smile after such a difficult time.
Laulima Day was a resounding success, thanks to many of you. Saturday was the last big push for in-person donations to help people in need t…
A 43-year-old man with autism lived on the streets for 20 years until a social service agency came to help.
Three months ago, a healthy, independent 87-year-old woman nearly lost her life. She survived, but had to learn how to walk again.
This Saturday is Laulima Day, a day we focus on giving to those in need this holiday season.
A young family will soon have to leave for the mainland, not for economic opportunity but for medical necessity.
This Christmas will be the first Christmas since a deadly car crash devastated a family in Honolulu.
Domestic violence forced Mom to leave Las Vegas and return to Hawaii with her four children.
All three members of today’s family face some kind of disability. Most of their monthly social security income goes to rent and utilities, b…
She moved from Chuuk in 2006 with her five children. Now her household includes five nieces and grandchildren.
Today’s Laulima family received a financial blow when Dad got injured and now Mom is about to lose her job.
A family torn apart by domestic violence could use some help making the holidays a little brighter.
Today’s family has gone through dark days, but they’re pulling themselves up. Mom says she’s proud of their three children for staying posit…
Mom and Dad have seven children, six boys and one girl. Mom cares for the children and for her father, who is legally blind.
Mom stayed with the baby for two weeks while Dad took off from his job in construction to care for their three other daughters.
Mom and Dad give countless hours and energy volunteering in their community, even in the face of adversity.
Mother and daughter are not eligible for medical insurance and pre-delivery medical costs are adding up.
A single mother tries to better herself so she can give a better life to her son, who suffers from severe cerebral palsy and hydrocephalus.
Looking for an opportunity to give back this holiday season? Consider donating to KHON2’s Laulima program. Today’s family-in-need features p…