AILH welcomes our two Big Island board members: Ms. Pauline Aughe and Mr. Gene Gustafson. We are excited to have them on board to help the organization as well as representing consumers and staff from the Big Island. From our hearts to yours, Aloha. See a full list of our Board of [...]
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Aloha Independent Living Hawaii is seeking your technology donations; laptops, desktops, printers and other technology you no longer use. Your donations are tax deductible! As a result of your donation, AILH is able to furnish individuals with disabilities across the state with technology they can use to maintain independence in their lives. We thank you [...]
Mahalo to the Walmart Foundation and Walmart Store #5274 (Pearl City). Aloha Independent Living Hawaii was selected to receive a $1,000 grant through their Local Community Contribution Program. In every state we serve across the country, there are under served populations who need help. Our State Advisory Councils, made up of Walmart associates representing [...]
We would like to thank the following individuals for their fundraising event “Shiatsu for a Cause” on behalf of AILH.
AILH receives $2112.50 from the Hawai`i Lodging & Tourism Association (HLTA) of the Big Island, from this year’s Hotel Industry Charity Walk. A big mahalo to HLTA!
Take some time to meet our Board of Directors and share in their story. http://alohailhawaii.org.64-207-185-195.koomohost.com.64-207-185-195.koomohost.com/about-us/
Join us as we share with you information about our independent living services and programs. Learn what we can do for you. Invite your neighbor and friends.
Community Beautification Day Join us as we take a day to do some much needed repairs and cleaning for our Kahuku office. This office will serve as a resource for our community offering both recreational and independent living skills training for our youth with disabilities. “It takes a village to raise our kids” Beautification Day [...]
All too often, we are caught up with the hustle and bustle of the day, that we don’t stop and think about what we are doing. I have made a conscious decision to do the things in my life that have meaning and purpose. Life is too short and very precious to me to walk [...]
This phrase rings true even more so today during these tough economic times. As a young girl, I remember how I would be mindful of my behavior because somewhere either Aunty or Uncle or Cousin would see me and if I was not behaving appropriately, I would be scolded by them and then get more [...]