Vibrant Hawai‘i engaged a number of local residents and organizations to curate meaningful content and experiences meant to build up personal resilience and wellness.

Local engineers and designers will train and mentor youth to utilize 3D printers and build technology skills to produce face shields and other PPE for those in need around the island.   

A series of virtual events on topics such as digital abuse, dating violence, violence prevention, and healthy relationships for middle and high school students, ‘ohana, educators, service providers, and community-at-large to create healthy, safe, and thriving communities.  

Show up for yourself and learn how to get into a health mindset. A 60 minute workout open to all levels. Integrating modern movement and traditional mat work to get your blood flowing and brain energized.

2nd and 4th Friday at East Side Studio at 10am.

9 spots available per class

 

Details and sign-up at

eastsidehilo.com 

Building Financial Resilience: A Little Book About Abundance.
In this follow up from A Little Book About Coronavirus, Sam and Mama talk about changes in family finances and the principles of abundance that we learn from our relationships with ‘āin.

 

Download your free book today 
vibranthawaii.org/abundance  

‘Āina- and values-based learning to engage keiki in a culturally-appropriate and sustainable way. 

 

Programming delivered to keiki via Haleki‘i Resilience Hub.

 

Follow Haleki‘i's journey on Facebook. 

Providing instruction on honey bees, beekeeping, planting pollinator gardens and other food crops such as ‘ulu, and farm-to-fork tips in an effort to increase food security, sustainability, and resilience. 

 

Programming delivered via participating Resilience Hubs around Hawai‘i Island.

 

Resilience workshops such as gardening, yoga, yoga with goats, and cooking classes are just some of what is in store. 

Twice weekly, on Sunday & Wednesday from 10am to 12pm 

at Hāmākua Harvest Farmers Market.

Sign-up and workshop details at facebook.com/hamakuaharvest

 

Bi-weekly inclusive arts and crafts (origami, and puppet-making). Programs offered in-person and via Zoom. 

 

More info available at
Facebook.com/FullLifeHawaii  

Cousins Kai and Hoku are on a mission to keep keiki and those around them safe from the Coronavirus.

 

Anyone can be a Keiki Hero!

 

Learn more at keikiheroes.org  

Increasing access to connectivity for keiki in communities with little to no internet. 

Ka‘ū Mobile Hub

  • St. Jude in Oceanview
    (Mon-Fri @ 7:30 am - 2:30 pm

  • Nā‘ālehu Assembly
    (Thurs only @ 8:30 am - 1:30 pm)

Pāhoa Mobile Hub

  • Nānāwale Longhouse
    (Mon, Wed @ 8:00 am - 1:30 pm)

  • Maku'u Farmers Market
    (Tu, Thu @ 8:00 am - 1:30 pm)

  • Uncle Robert's in Kalapana
    (Friday @ 8:00 am - 1:30 pm)

 

Virtual enrichment learning experience for keiki in preschool to 1st grade. During the weekly Zoom with Aunty Cheyenne (Tuesday, 3:30-4:30pm), keiki will learn phonemic awareness, and alphabet and number sense. Crafts and snack included in each enrichment kit!

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@ykeprogramhi

 

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