Categories
Family Stories

Drawing Strength from Peers

HONOLULU — For a glimpse of the effect of Kids Hurt Too Hawaii on grief-stricken children, look no further than a peer-support group that meets monthly at the Kukui Center near downtown Honolulu. About 19 kids, who lost a parent to death, divorce, or incarceration, gathered for up to two hours to share memories of […]

Categories
Community Events Fundraising

Raising Funds for a Worthy Cause

DECEMBER 11, 2013 – AMERICA MADRID

UPDATED: February 22, 2017

Categories
Family Stories Fundraising

Seeking Donors and Volunteers

Dedicated volunteers and donors are critical to Kids Hurt Too Hawaii’s existence. HONOLULU — As Kids Hurt Too Hawaii turns its attention to providing grief-stricken children with a safe space to express their feelings, the non-profit organization continues to seek dedicated donors and volunteers. The renewed push comes at a time when the nonprofit organization […]

Categories
Family Stories

Coping during the holiday season

HONOLULU — For Lara Blum, it has been nearly three years since the death of her two sons’ father. But the Manoa resident said that trying to cope with his loss doesn’t get any easier for her sons Nolan, age 16, and Devon, age 11, especially around this time of year. “It’s much harder this […]

Categories
Family Stories

Overcoming Feelings of Isolation

HONOLULU – A support group for children whose parents are divorced is taking on new meaning this holiday season. The group’s weekly meetings at Kids Hurt Too Hawaii have become a refuge for children who find it especially hard to cope with a parent’s divorce around this time of year. Their support group is among […]