Pathway to Financial Stability for Jaime Rabelas

Jaime Rabelas joined our Hoʻoulu Waiwai program in August 2022, seeking financial coaching. Together with Hoʻoulu Waiwai Program Director/Financial Coach, Nohea Kaolulo, Jaime created, reviewed, and refined her spending plan, eventually gaining the confidence to complete the task alone becoming self-sufficient.

2023 INPEACE Annual Report now available

Each year our programs work to achieve impactful outcomes in the communities we serve. We are excited to share our impact during 2023 in our latest Annual Report. Click the image below to view the digital report.

New 3-Year Strategic Plan Shaped by Staff Expertise

Using an innovative approach, INPEACE has created a 3-year Strategic Plan, a culmination of a strategic planning process driven by the collective experience, knowledge, and community connections of our dedicated staff.

Fostering Unity: Community Schools Take Root and Flourish at Two Leeward Oʻahu Schools

In the ever-changing landscape of education, two schools, Barber’s Point Elementary and Nānākuli High & Intermediate, are pioneering transformative change in collaboration with INPEACE through their innovative Community Schools initiatives. These strategic approaches aim to cultivate a “Greater Together” mindset, harnessing the strengths and resources within their respective communities to empower students, families, and staff.