Students created tree ornaments filled with wishes they had to fulfill.
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KHON2 was there as they wrapped toys and other gifts to donate through our Laulima Giving Program.
In addition to dealing with grief, there’s the financial strain, with the unexpected cost of the funeral and without Dad’s income.
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The third-graders held fundraisers to raise the money, and then went on a field trip last week to Toys “R” Us.
Mom and Dad both work full-time and their two older daughters help where they can, with babysitting and buying diapers and food.
Nawai Irie suffers from spinal muscular atrophy and while the 15-month-old is considered stable, doctors say she only has two years to live.
Mom was diagnosed with a disease that makes her unable to work, and she’s watching her stack of unpaid bills grow.
Mom has a full-time job and takes a full load of online classes, working toward her bachelor’s degree.
Robert Half OfficeTeam employees have been donating $5 on “Jeans Friday” all year knowing they’ll be adopting a Laulima family.
Two years ago, Mom and Dad, who have three children of their own, were asked to take in Dad’s two nephews.
Mom has three biological children and has fostered children for more than 35 years.
Even with their challenges, the parents still volunteer many hours at their children’s school.
At only 23, she found herself widowed, raising her 6- and 3-year-old daughters and 3-month-old son on her own.
Members of the KHON2 family appeared at mall locations on Oahu, Big Island and Maui for the gift drop-off extravaganzas.
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.
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