The Samuel and Mary Castle Foundation, is committed to improving the lives of Hawaii’s children and families is supporting INPEACE with a $50,000 grant award for support training in Brain Development for Early Learning Staff.
The State of Hawaii Department of Health Family Health Services Division awarded $1,041,065 to continue home-visiting services by our Hi’ilei program to families living in Waianae and on Moloka’i. Hi’ilei is a community collaboration that brings organizations and community members together to work toward the design of strategies and approaches that will ensure the safety of children.
The State of Hawaii Department of Human Services Office of Youth Services awarded $100,000 to continue furthering the work of our Kupu Ola (to bring forth or sprout life) program. The goal of Kupu Ola is to foster student motivation for learning and their connection to school and community through project-based cultural programming.
The Kamehameha Schools has awarded $1,136,100 to continue advancing our work with families with children in early learning programs and to collaborate in the work to support community members working towards their academic and professional goals.
The Institute for Museum and Library Services awarded $99,953 to INPEACE to advance our Kaulele Program, an Indigenous STEM Experience which provides interactive activities utilizing observational, problem-solving and hands-on approaches to learning.