Aloha mai kākou,
I hope this note finds you well. As a result of COVID-19, we have taken steps to ensure the safety of our staff and the community we serve. Although our facility and programs are closed, we know that our role as community center is even more critical in connecting resources to our most vulnerable populations.
We are currently a distribution site for prepared meals and food supplies. We were also asked to participate as a Community Resilience Hub collecting donations of valuable PPE supplies, sanitizing, and distributing these supplies to social service organizations that are working with homeless, domestic violence, and behavioral and mental health populations. Please review our COVID-19 response page under our services tab for more information.
In a nutshell, although we desperately miss hearing the beautiful voices of our dear patrons – from keiki to kūpuna, we know that we can still contribute to our community in some way through other avenues. We hope that you can continue to support KEY Project! We miss you and canʻt wait to see you again soon.
Me ka haʻahaʻa,
ʻAuliʻi K. Dudoit, Executive Director