Join us for our 2018 Annual Fundraising Gala!
Mahalo nui loa to all who attended our annual fundraising Gala on Saturday, December 9, 2017. It was a huge success! And now, it’s time for our 2018 Gala. It’s going to be stunning!
Right now, an estimated 500 children in Hawaii are coping with the loss of a parent. Divorce, death, or placement in foster care creates wounds in a young heart. Your help will make a difference.
Kids Hurt Too Hawaii (KHTH) offers these children a safe place to heal and express their feelings. Our resources give strength to grieving children as they struggle with sadness and feelings of isolation. KHTH helps build self-esteem, restore hope, and puts smiles back on kids’ faces. You can help us fulfill this important mission.
Kids Hurt Too Hawaii Gala
Saturday, October 27, 2018
Ko`olau Ballrooms & Conference Center, Kaneohe
Support the 2018 KHTH Gala with an auction donation today. Our silent and live auctions raised significant funds in 2017. Please donate an item or gift certificate to help us reach our 2018 fundraising goal of $100,000.
Highlights of the KHTH 2018 Gala program and dinner will include:
- Special recognition of Eric Schiff, who has raised millions of dollars to help Hawaiiʻs children
- Family testimonials about Kids Hurt Too Hawaii
- Live entertainment
- Silent and live auctions
- Recognition of our donors…including you!
You can help with just 2 simple steps: Fill out the enclosed Auction Donation sheet, and return it with your donation by October 1, 2018. By doing so, you will support our efforts to meet an obligation to grief-stricken children across the state.
KHTH is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our tax exempt ID # is 99-0353665. Should you need a copy of our Federal Tax Group Exemption letter, please feel free to contact us. Help us heal young hearts: the difference truly does start with you!
Chair, Board of Directors
Kids Hurt Too Hawaii
Print this form with your choices for participation email to Cheryl Robello at: [email protected]
Kids Hurt Too Hawaii (KHTH) provides counseling, programs and support to Hawai‘i’s keiki who have experienced grief and trauma from the loss of one or both parents through death, divorce, domestic violence, incarceration, abandonment, deployment, deportation or placement in foster care. In reviewing our data for the last three years, we know that 98% of our children and youth served have experienced abuse, neglect, domestic violence or other exposure to crime. It is the goal of our Board and Staff to meet the needs of these grieving children, youth and their caregivers, not just on Oahu, but throughout Hawaii. All of your gifts and donations go directly to improving and expanding the reach of our services.