The Freeman Foundation Fund, in partnership with the Hawai’i Community Foundation awarded $75,000 to our Ho’ala program to provide tuition subsidies to families with keiki in an early learning program. This award reflects our commitment to supporting educational opportunities for young keiki in the Leeward O’ahu communities.
INPEACE understands that family plays a pivotal role in a child’s education. The Ho’ala program actively engages families in the learning process, offering resources and support to ensure that parents are involved in their child’s education journey. These funds are a vital part of that support and has critical importance of providing a strong foundation for young learners, setting them on a path towards success in school and in life. For those families struggling to pay tuition for their keiki to stay in a strong learning environment, we are able to help alleviate some of that struggle and stress for families through this funding.
“We are grateful to the Freeman Foundation for their commitment to the education of our young children. With this funding we will continue to break down the financial barriers that families face and provide the support for the families.” Chief Program Officer, Sanoe Marfil