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KAPOLEI CHARTER SCHOOL

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Kapolei Charter School by Goodwill Hawaii is a new free public charter school in West Oahu offering students an alternative learning environment to assist them in earning a Board of Education high school diploma and preparing for long-term success and self-sufficiency.

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IF YOU MEET CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS, GOODWILL HAWAII CAN FILE YOUR TAXES FOR FREE

Goodwill Hawaii is offering free tax filing services through April for low-income residents. Families or individuals who earned less than $56,000 last year and do not own a home or business are eligible for the service. Across the state, there will be seven sites offering the free community tax services. To find a location nearest …

GOODWILL HAWAII OPENING FREE TAX CLINICS FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES

For the 16th year in a row, Goodwill Hawaii is offering free tax filing services for low-income families – individuals or households who earned $56,000 or less in 2019 and do not own a home or business. Eligible participants can schedule an appointment online at www.higoodwill.org or by calling (808) 836-0313 to visit one of …

GOODWILL HAWAII AND HAWAII FOODBANK JOIN FORCES TO ‘PACK DA HOUSE’ ON DEC. 14

– Community invited to drop off donations, enjoy holiday activities and enter for a chance to win tickets to the Hawaii Bowl- Goodwill Hawaii and Hawaii Foodbank are teaming up for a one-day donation event with the goal of packing their warehouses with donations needed to fulfill Hawaii’s families this holiday season. From 10 am …

GOODWILL HAWAII EARNS HUMAN SERVICE ORGANIZATION’S HIGHEST ACCREDITATION FROM CARF INTERNATIONAL

Honolulu, Hawaii — Goodwill Hawaii recently received a three-year CARF accreditation for its statewide job training, placement and education programs. The latest accreditation is the third time in the past four surveys (2010, 2016, and 2019) that CARF, an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services, has given Goodwill Hawaii no recommendations, an achievement …

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Hawaii Nonprofits Help To Find Jobs For Clients

Low unemployment has been great for workers but tough on employers who feel like they can’t find enough help. That’s where some of Hawaii’s nonprofit organizations come in. PBN held a roundtable with the leaders of five local nonprofits whose missions include helping to put people to work. For The Salvation Army Hawaii, this is …

Reintegrating People Into Society

“In many ways, Goodwill has changed my life,” says Stefani Bindes, 42, a convicted former drug addict. “They knew my background – all the struggles and challenges I’ve gone through – and they were willing to take a chance on me.” As part of her court probation, the Michigan native started her community service at …