Baby Supply Drive at Pearl Hawaii Federal Credit Union

Baby Supply Drive - 8.5 x 11 Poster

Pearl Hawaii Federal Credit Union (PHFCU) rings in the new year with a baby supply drive for low-income and homeless families with infants and children. Donations support our Community Clearinghouse, which provides free basic essentials to families year round. From Jan. 2 to Mar. 17, drop off donations at any of PHFCU’s five branches: Waipio, […]

President’s Message: 2018 – Make a Difference Now and in Future Generations

As we begin the new year, I wanted to thank you for the support you gave to Helping Hands Hawaii in 2017. It was a challenging time, and we are so grateful for the aloha you showed to our organization and the people we serve. I know first-hand how acts of kindness can make a […]

Adopt A Family 2017 Mahalo Video

Thank you to all of our donors, volunteers and partners for making Adopt A Family 2017 a huge success! Each and every one of you made the holiday season special for hundreds of local families in need. Your generosity helped them create wonderful memories together that will last a lifetime. #AdoptAFamilyHI

Holiday: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day


Our offices are closed on Monday, January 15 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, January 16. Mahalo!

Holiday: New Year’s Day


Our offices are closed on Monday, January 1 in observance of New Year’s Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, January 2. Mahalo!

Holiday: Christmas


Our offices are closed on Monday, December 25 in observance of Christmas. We will reopen on Tuesday, December 26. Mahalo!

Adopt A Family: Mom of 2 Forges on after Split with Army Vet


Sasha is a single mom raising two young children after separating from their father, who is living with post-traumatic stress disorder. She is trying to provide them with a stable home life while also supporting them with her job as a nurse’s aide. Click here to learn more about the Pinheira Ohana. To give this […]

Journey Back to Stable Housing: Laura’s Story


Several years ago, I came over from Kauai to get help for myself and my sister who needed to access the programs for addiction on Oahu.  I was using treatment as a back-up to my drug use rather than making it a priority, and it underscored my becoming homeless on Oahu. Now I’m using treatment […]