INPEACE is a Native Hawaiian Organization
founded in 1994.

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for Native Hawaiians through community partnerships that provide educational opportunities and promote self-sufficiency. Central to our commitment is the preservation and promotion of our culture and heritage through education.

Our mission is priceless. Our programs are FREE.

INPEACE offers families FREE relevant education programs. These include: Keiki Steps, Keiki Steps to Kindergarten, P-3 Waiʻanae Project, Kūlia I Ka Pono, Kaulele, Kūkuluao & Ka Lama Education Academy, and Kupu Ola.

By focusing on empowering children and families with cultural and educational knowledge, INPEACE is helping to perpetuate culture for future generations.

In addition, INPEACE provides access to information, financial assistance, and critical support for Native Hawaiian Communities. Although we have a long way to go to removing all obstacles in the way of improved academic achievement, self-sufficiency, and empowered communities, this is our goal and our kuleana...

News & Events

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    ‘The Power of Preschool’ Comes to TV

    Posted: 1-22-13

    Tune in to watch INPEACE CEO Kanoe Nāone and other early learning advocates discuss why preschool is so important! Watch "The Power of Preschool" with host and broadcast journalist Stacy Loe on the Hawai'i News Now stations. See why an investment in early learning is critical for Hawai'i.

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    Exciting Things are on the Horizon!

    Posted: 1-22-13-b

    Our very own CEO Kanoe Nāone will join State Representative Roy Takumi and State Senator Jill Tokuda tonight, in a panel workshop on Early Education at the State Capitol. This is a very important year for early childhood, and our programs, in the state. We hope you can come by or tune in to learn more and participate.

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    Connecting with the Students and the Community

    Posted: 1-10-13

    “There's something about these children - they want to learn, and you know they don't always get the best.”

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