HCAP Featured on Hawaii News Now for Partnership with U.S. VETS

HCAP Featured on Hawaii News Now

HCAP was featured in Hawaii News Now for building a partnership with U.S. VETS and HCAP’s Kumuhonua Transitional Living Center. The article quotes: “The organization’s chief operating officer Darryl Vincent said a recent partnership between U.S. Vets and the Honolulu Community Action Program increases…

HCAP Featured in Pacific Business News for Employment Services Funding

PBN covers Na Lima Hana funding to help low income workers

HCAP would like to thank Jenna Blakely at Pacific Business News for mentioning our new program to help low income workers find jobs in her Morning Call column. Here’s a quote from the article: Honolulu Community Action Program has launched a new employment services…

HCAP is Featured in PBN’s Nonprofit Strategies Column

PBN features Tehani Diaz in Nonprofit Strategies

Tehani Diaz, our Planning and Development Specialist, was recently featured in an in-depth interview with Pacific Business News. In “How I logged my nonprofit onto social media” Tehani shared the story of HCAP’s decision to join social networks like Facebook and Twitter, while revamping…

HCAP Featured in Pacific Business News for Giving Tuesday

HCAP featured in PBN for Giving Tuesday

HCAP recently began a methodical initiative to begin using social media practices within our organization. Given that much of our work is dedicated to providing a range of human services and especially to children, we wanted to be conservative in our approach. We also…

HCAP Joins Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday 2013 banner

“The Social Innovation Idea of the Year” – Bloomberg.com What is it? Last year, over 2,500 charities, volunteer organizations, corporations and foundations came together in all 50 states to help others give more, give smarter, & celebrate the spirit of contribution. Visit the Giving…

Effects of Sequestration at HCAP

From Hawaii News Now The Honolulu Community Action Program (HCAP) helps about 17,000 people a year. That’s how many could potentially be affected if the government shutdown persists. Hawaii News Now – KGMB and KHNL

HCAP Employment

Photo of Districts and Head Start Staff

Thank you for your interest in a career at HCAP! We are always looking for talented and dedicated individuals to join our organization. HCAP is seeking honest, dependable, and hardworking people to help make a positive difference in the lives of our low-income communities…