The funds will be used to support ongoing food basket and meals-to-go distributions during the COVID-19 crisis response.  The Salvation Army Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Division has received a $20,000 grant from CVS Health to support its response to the COVID-19

The project is generating thousands of face masks for Oahu’s essential workers. By Karen Gleason - Lauren Matsumoto, a member of Echelon Hawaii—The Salvation Army’s young adult advisory organization—and a representative for Hawaii’s 45th House District, has been coordinating project #malamasks, a

RevHI continues outreach to Oahu’s most vulnerable individuals during the COVID-19 crisis. By Karen Gleason -  “Jesus can bridge a six-foot gap.” That’s the Revolution Hawaii (RevHI) mindset—and heartset—during the COVID-19 crisis and its mandated social distancing. The people whom RevHI serves—those

The Salvation Army in Hawaii announced it will assist families affected by the Jan. 19 Diamond Hill shootings and fires. Following the tragic shootings of two Honolulu Police Department officers and the devastating fires that ensued in Honolulu’s Diamond Head neighborhood,

By Karen Gleason -  The Salvation Army Family Treatment Services (FTS) in Honolulu recently received a $278,212 grant from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs for its Ola Kino Maika’i 2.0 project, which incorporates cultural practices into the continuum of care for