Watch live on Facebook
Ardis Eschenberg, Chancellor of Windward Community College will highlight one of the ways that Windward Community College dug in during the pandemic to show their students they are cared for.
Dean Wilhelm, Founder of Ho‘okua‘āina will talk about how they are strengthening overall community health and contributing to a Culture of Caring in a way that is rooted in cultural practices and ‘āina based work.
Jill Laboy of Kailua Intermedia School will tell an inspiring story that has made a positive difference for students with new ways to support our youth in their unique contexts.
Enjoy live performances from local musicians, Herb Lee and Na Waiho‘olu‘u O Ke Anuenue.
Stories of resilience, compassion and community. Join along by posting your sotry of compassion on social media with #compassionstory.
Pre-register to be eligible to win prizes given away live throughout the event.
Even though anyone can tune in to this live online event, anyone who registers will automatically be entered to win some great prizes!
- Moon Calendar from Mo‘olelo Mahina | @moolelo.mahina | moolelomahina.com
- Ko‘olaupoko Chocolate from Mānoa Chocolate Instagram | @manoachocolate | manoachocolate.com
- Poi from Ho‘okua‘āina | @hookuaaina | hookuaaina.org
- Wellness producs from Piko Kailua @pikokailua | pikokailua.com
- Copy of “What Happened to You?” book by Bruce D. Perry and Oprah Winfrey @oprah | whathappenedtoyoubook.com
- Handmade Mug from Icky Love Pottery | @ickylovepottery | ickylove.com
In Ko‘olaupoko, we care deeply about our youth and families. Whether you are a parent, caregiver, kūpuna, educator, coach, spiritual leader, doctor, or anyone else who cares for and about our youth, you play an essential role in building a Compassionate Ko‘olaupoko.
Compassionate Ko‘olaupoko is a community-wide movement guided by leaders from the Department of Education and Windward Community College, educators, community-based organizations, service providers, and community champions from throughout Ko‘olaupoko.
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