Excerpt: C&C of Honolulu and Hawaii Resilience Fund both donated $1 million to the Hawaii Foodbank . The food will be distributed at four Oahu locations, with the first happening April 30 from noon to 4 p.m. at Waipio Soccer Complex.
Lucky we live Hawaii, where wearing a mask is the new polite. If you don’t have a mask, watch this video on how to use a handkerchief and two hair ties (or even repurposed sock bands) to make a no-sew easy-to-wash version.
Senator Brian Schatz’ office has been busy writing guides for citizens affected by the coronavirus pandemic and economic fallout. https://www.schatz.senate.gov/coronavirus/assistance-for-homeowners-and-renters If you are a homeowner and cannot make payment due to the ongoing crisis, contact your lender right away and request forbearance. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) […]
Hawaiian Tel offers reduced price internet to those qualifying on the basis of reduced or lower income. Current subscribers can qualify. However, if you are currently or have been a Hawaiian Telcom customer within the last year, your service cannot have been suspended for non-payment. Unemployment check stubs are accepted […]
In these tough times, no child should go hungry. If you need a meal for your child, the Hawaii Department of Education, in conjunction with the USDA is offering both breakfast and lunch at select school locations. No identification is needed, and “ The [selected schools] will be providing breakfast […]