By investing deeply in the entire ‘ohana, we holistically maximize the potential of keiki and nourish a community’s ability to grow and thrive. INPEACE’s Early Learning & School Readiness programs utilize a multi-generational culture-based approach that places parents at the center of their keiki’s education and development. This approach focuses on parent skill-building to effectively support and create learning environments where keiki can thrive, and ‘ohana can learn and grow together.

Participants served through Early Learning Programs



Carla Ring-West

Our models intentionally focus on parent skill-building to support and create learning environments where children can thrive, and families can learn and grow together. By fostering the talents and abilities of children and adults together, we support educational well-being that moves beyond classroom walls and into the home, where families can continue to build upon their child’s learning.


We stand by our commitment to collaborate with Hawai‘i’s early learning community, which includes the Hawai‘i Department of Education, private educational institutions, funders, and other Native Hawaiian organizations to ensure that our communities’ families have access to and receive the services they need for success.

Early Learning Targeted Outcomes:

learning kits were distributed to keiki and their ohana to supplement virtual classrooms and home visits in 2020
adults were provided focused personalized services as they developed their parenting and teaching skills
families received home visiting services that provided one-on-one coaching and and mentoring for parent skills

INPEACE Is Funded Through Personal Donations From People Like You.

INPEACE is a nonprofit organization that relies heavily on grants to fund programs and services that strengthen, support, educate and empower our communities. Through donations, we are able to keep our programs free while providing an incredible asset to our community.