The State of Hawaii Department of Human Services Office of Youth Services awarded $300,000 to continue nurturing the potential of every youth in our community. Kupu Ola is dedicated to breaking down barriers and creating opportunities for growth, education and progress.
Kamehameha Schools has awarded $1,916,356 to our early learning and educational equity programs to strengthen awareness about the benefits and importance of early childhood education, provide age-appropriate education activities rooted in cultural-based education, and continue growing, retaining and strengthening educators.
The Mikilua Farm Center invested $20,000 to continue and support the work of INPEACE’s purpose and function in the Wai’anae community especially the youth to enhance their knowledge and to become leaders of the future.
The Institute for Museum and Library Services awarded $99,953 to INPEACE to advance our Kaulele Program, to empower people of all ages and backgrounds through experiential and cross disciplinary learning and discovery through a new Lawai’a exhibit.
The James & Abigail Campbell Family Foundation invested $50,000 to continue furthering the work of our Kupu Ola (to bring forth or sprout life) program. This investment in Kupu Ola will foster student motivation for learning and encourage school and community connection through the provision of project-based cultural programming. The purpose of the James & Abigail Campbell Family Foundation is to invest in Hawai’i’s people and the communities that nurture them.