Connecting resources to the need . . . through ORGANIZING.
Pūʻā Foundation leads and is part of various organizing initiatives to support women and girls in the criminal and juvenile justice system. We are stronger together than separate, here are a few examples working with our partners:
Kahoopii Ohana House Clean-Up – Watch You Tube video:
Social Enterprise Example (work in progress) – Watch You Tube video:
Star Light Star Bright at WCCC – 2015 and 2014 – Watch You Tube videos:
GIRLS SUPPORTING GIRLS PROJECT – Pūʻā Foundation with its project partners granted the INNOVATION AWARD, by the National Girls Initiative (NGI) of the U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention. Pictured below from Pūʻā – Executive Director Toni Bissen, and Kimmy Takata, Forensic Peer Specialist, along with the other awardees.
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