Kokua Kalihi Valley provides a broad range of medical services because they are accredited as a Patient-centered medical home. Walk-ins are seen based on urgency, first come first serve, but you can make appointments for routine check-ins. You can also call to check about eligibility for the medical services they offer.
Call before visiting (808)-791-9400 Address: 2239 N School St, Honolulu, HI 96819
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP; formerly known as Food Stamps), State of Hawaiʻi Department of Human Services - Benefit, Employment and Support Services The SNAP program provides support for families who need assistance accessing enough nutritious food. The benefit is provided through an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card.
Public Assistance Toll Free Information Line: 1-855-643-1643 SNAP benefits can be used at Waiʻanae Makeke
MAʻO CSA subscription boxes are available on a weekly or every other week (bi-weekly) schedule. Subscriber must commit to an 8 box subscription. Our boxes are delivered to convenient pick-up sites located across Oʻahu. Subscribers receive 8-10 items that consists of salad greens, cooking greens, root vegetables, and herbs or (seasonal) fruit determined by what is abundant and delicious at harvest time.
Hoʻokuaʻāina is a local Kalo farm located in Kailua that is empowering youth through education of Native Hawaiian culture through kalo farming practices. You can support local loʻi kalo from Hoʻokuaʻāina. You can purchase raw kalo, poi and/or kalo paʻa.
For raw kalo call the Kalo HOTLINE: 808-351-1666 Address: 916E Auloa Rd, Kailua, HI 96734
Waiʻanae Mākeke, run by Waiʻanae Coast Comprehensive Health Center, runs from 8am until noon on Saturdays in the parking lot of Waiʻanae Mall, on the Little Caesars side. There are local vendors that sell produce, hot foods, and much more!
Shoppers can use unlimited double bucks when EBT is used at the mākeke booth. The mākeke will match what you pay with EBT (ex: if you spend $20, they will give you a total of $40 of chips to spend at market). CSA and forage subscriptions can also be bought with EBT through Mākeke. Senior coupon vouchers can be used at Mākeke as well.
Mākeke are doing keiki and kupuna pantries in different locations as well as food distributions.
For the latest updates follow their instagram @makekefarmers as well as their facebook.
This organization does events for the community to do clean ups from Mauka to Makai, helping families to get involved in their community and beautify and restore ʻāina and kai.
Direct link to “Get Involved Calendar”: Download the 808 CLEANUPS app: If you want to make an event and take the initiative you can adopt a site at and they will help with all of the planning and communications.
This is a program at Hoa ʻĀina o Mākāha and they teach community members how to grow their own food. The purpose of this program is to educate families and reconnect them back to food through cultivation and maintenance of their food.
To RSVP call Hoa ʻAina O Makaha at (808) 695-8978 or email
Kaʻala Farm’s mission is to “reclaim and preserve the living culture of Poʻe Kahiko (people of old) in order to strengthen the kinship relationships between the ʻāina and all forms of life necessary to sustain the balance of life on these vulnerable lands.”
Mālama Learning Center’s vision is to inspire communities to create a healthy sustainable environment through art, science, conservation, and culture. They run programs for keiki, families, and teachers.
The Community Learning Center Māʻili provides community resources that are culturally and community based to reconnect ʻohana. This includes ōlelo Hawaiʻi classes, financial help for FAFSA and KS Scholarships, and much more.
CLCM is also one of the locations for Keiki and Kūpuna pantries and to go meals: Address: 87790 Kulauku St, Waianae, HI 96792 Phone Number (808) 670-2045 Email: For latest updates, follow their Instagram:
Non-profit organization that is working to restore and continue care for Heʻeia fishpond (ancient Hawaiian fishpond). Paepae o Heʻeia is working to restore an abundance of fish to feed the community once again.
Address: 46-077 ‘Ipuka Street Kaneohe. HI 96744 Phone: 808-236-6178 Get involved here:
ʻĀina Ulu, Partnership between Kamehameha Schools and Community-based Organizations ʻĀina Ulu is a broad platform for community engagement to ʻāina and connecting back to Hawaiian culture through education.“Through ‘Āina Ulu, Kamehameha Schools collaborates with community-based organizations to conduct eco-cultural education on Kamehameha Schools’ agricultural and conservation lands.”
Address: Kawaiaha‘o Plaza, 567 South King St Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone Number: (808) 523-6200
UHWO Kuahuokalā is a gathering space for all students, staff, and the larger community. Kuakuokalā is a gathering place for education, cultural, and community-based workshops. There are community work days once a month, as well as opportunities to learn from the Garden Manager and work in the garden and learn logistics or farming. Instagram is probably the best way to stay updated with their events. The work days are open to the public, however registrations fill up quickly!
Instagram handle is @uhwogarden Point of contact: Address: 91-1001 Farrington Hwy, Kapolei, HI 96707 (UHWO)