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Mahalo for your generosity. We are grateful to you, our generous donors, who help us further Hui No Ke Ola Pono’s mission to improve the health status of Native Hawaiians. Make a secure online gift now or, if you prefer to make a donation by mail, click here to...

Today’s Simply Healthy Cafe Lunch Menu

Aloha Ohana! Here's what our Simply Healthy Cafe is serving for lunch today. For the plate lunch we have Pulehu Shrimp Skewers. For vegetarian Lunch we have Stuffed Mushrooms and today's soup of the day special is Portuguese Bean Soup. We are serving from 11am - 2pm....

Wrapping Paper & Ribbons Donations

Wrapping Paper and Ribbons Donations On December 9, 2017 Hui No Ke Ola Pono will be providing gift wrapping service at Queen Ka’ahumanu Center. In preparation for this fundraiser, Hui No Ke Ola Pono is requesting donations of Christmas wrapping paper…

Traditional Healing (Lomilomi)

Have you tried our Traditional Healing (Lomilomi) service yet? Lomilomi is a Native Hawaiian treatment or therapy used to stimulate blood flow, relieve pain, correct malformations, build strength in the extremities and for general well being. Call us today to book...

What’s on Today’s Lunch Menu

Here's what our Simply Healthy Café is serving today for lunch! For the lunch plate we have Chicken Cordon Bleu for $8.50 comes with green salad and 1 choice of sides. For the veggie lunch we have Roasted Eggplant and Zucchini for $7.50 also comes with green salad and...

Soldier’s Angels Treats for Troops

Hui No Ke Ola Pono has teamed up with Soldiers Angels to provide a sweet taste of home to our deployed service members this Halloween!  They are shipping excess Halloween candy to the deployed and we are an official Drop-Off Site! Stop by 95 Mahalani St RM 21,...

Hawaiian Word of The Day: Kaona

Today's Hawaiian word of the day is "kaona", let's say that together, kaona. The word "kaona" is defined as a hidden meaning. In Hawaiian poetry, kaona can conceal the deeper reference to a person, place or thing. Let's practice using kaona in a sentence: "Nani ke...

Health News: Young Adults Read This

Even slightly raised blood pressure can mean trouble for young adults. Young adults with slightly elevated blood pressure may be at risk of heart problems later in life, according to a new study. Researchers cautioned that blood pressure on the high end of what's...