Central Center
670 Waiale Road
Wailuku, HI 96793

Westside Center
15 Ipu'Aumakua Lane
Lahaina, HI 96761

Ways To Give

Support the mission of Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Centers!

Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Centers cannot be successful in our work without the support of our community. Your donations help our families who are economically challenged and working towards self-sufficiency. 

Monetary Donations
Children Services

In-kind Donations

We are so thankful to our beloved community for kind offers of donations.  We rely on the generosity of the community to help operate our homeless shelters as well as meet the needs of our participants and provide them with the best and most comforting experience. Your gifts offer a warm welcome to our participants, helping them feel safe and aiding in their overall journey to overcome homelessness.  However, due to limited storage space, safety, and hygiene considerations, we have a limit on the types and quality of donations we will be able to accept.

High needs items:  new unused pillows, towels (new or gently used), bed linens (single and double only, new or gently used), washcloths, soap, razors, rubber slippers (new and all sizes), large plastic storage bins (new), bus pass certificates, $10 gift cards to Walgreens, Longs, Walmart, Target, Foodland, and Safeway; universal phone chargers.  

Other items needed:  shower curtains, deodorant, body wash, bar soap, toothpaste,  men’s boxers (new),  toilet paper, reusable plates, cups, silverware, pot and pans.

Items we CAN NOT accept:  used mattresses, used socks and underwear (women’s or men’s), home decor, stuffed animals, open food or toiletry containers, leftover food from large group gatherings, children and infant furniture.

Make a difference with a monetary donation

Financial contributions are very much needed and greatly appreciated. We ask you to join us by making a donation today.


Checks are gladly accepted and made payable and sent to:

Accounting Office
670 Waiale Road
Wailuku HI 96793

Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Centers, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Our Federal Employer Identification Number is 99-0301740.
Contributions are tax deductible. You will receive an acknowledgement of your donation.

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We miss our volunteers who helped us prepare and serve meals to our shelter participants!  For the safety of all, we have put this opportunity on hold.

After the COVID-19 Pandemic subsides, the agency will return to normal operations!

Good Samaritan Food Donation Act


  • Disposable plates, bowls, cups, and silverware

  • Reusable plates bowls, cups, and silverware

  • Nitrile Gloves

  • Conveyor Toasters

For more information or to donate email Todd Kanoa, Food Services Manager.

Children’s Services

KHAKO - Children Blocks

  •  The keiki of the shelter have very unique and specific needs for assistance.  The best way the community can support our families with keiki is through donations.  Suggested donations include:
    • Monetary donations
    • In-kind donations to include:
      • Diapers and Wipes
      • School Supplies
      • School Uniform donations 
      • Shoes and Slippers
      • Arts and Crafts Supplies
  • COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Order – Assistance to Families:
    • Donations of family board games, cards, coloring books, crayons, pens, color markers, construction paper, electronic devices (tablets), gift cards, and other necessities would be greatly appreciated.
    • Keiki sized Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) masks
  • The Children’s Services Coordinator assists families with resources they may need in the community from educational rights to childcare services available in the community.
    • Please email to info@khako.org for more information or to find out how to donate.


We’re so sorry to say that due to the COVID-19 Corona Virus Pandemic, and in an effort to keep all individuals safe and to mitigate the risk of virus exposure, the agency is not bringing volunteers into the facility at this time. When the Pandemic ceases, the agency will be so happy to ask for volunteers again.