HEMIC Donates Nearly 2,000 Slippers to the Community Clearinghouse

Representatives from HEMIC, including CEO Marty Welch, donate nearly 2,000 slippers to Helping Hands Hawaii.

Yesterday HEMIC donated 1,800 pairs of new slippers to our Community Clearinghouse! Support like this is vital to building strong communities, and our clients will truly benefit from their generosity. So, how did HEMIC end up with so many slippers? The footwear had been used as props in a recent HEMIC commercial. But, after the […]

Community Clearinghouse Staff Live Agency’s Mission

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Approximately 20,000 individuals utilize the Community Clearinghouse (CCH) services and thousands of others donate gently used goods each year. All of these people interact with our CCH staff, who live the agency’s mission every day. Providing a consistent level of service would be difficult without an amazing team composed of dedicated staff. The warehouse operates […]

Hawaii Pathways Project – Request for Support

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Aloha! During this busy holiday season when we are asking for donors to support our Adopt A Family program as well as the Star Advertiser Good Neighbor Fund, we know that an additional ask can sometimes get lost in the shuffle or seem excessive. While the need will be ongoing, we make this request at […]

Adopt-A-Family 2014

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Adopt-A-Family 2014 is here! With your generous support last year we were able to assist over 525 families in need during the holiday season, and we’re looking forward to yet another successful year. If you are interested in learning more about this year’s program and how you can help these families who are struggling with […]

Helping Hands Hawaii Supporting Disaster Response and Recovery Efforts on Hawaii Island

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Aloha Everyone! As we continue to see and track the devastation that has been wrought on Hawaii Island in the Puna area, we have been actively engaged in many conversations with other community organizations and governmental entities, most of whom are a part of the Hawaii Volunteer Organizations Assisting in Disasters (VOAD). Relief efforts are […]