Here are links to other agencies in the community that provide services that you may need to better care for your child.
Casey Cares Foundation
Helps keep families' spirits high by arranging programming - whether it's a simple movie night and a fresh pair of pajamas, or attending a major sporting event. They also aid in various financial assistance for families.
Faith-Based Cancer Support Group
Meets the last Monday of the month in Parish Hall. All are welcome to pray, share cancer-related issues, and lend support.
Famous Fone Friends
A volunteer-based organization whose purpose is to lift the spirits and morale of hospitalized and home-bound children by linking them with celebrities through telephone calls.
Hawaii Children's Cancer Foundation
Serving to assist, support and advocate for the needs of children diagnosed with cancer, their families, and long-term survivors of childhood cancer.
Hoku Alakai Guiding Star
Helps to provide/connect free educational services to keiki with cancer, childhood cancer survivors, and with serious or chronic medical conditions who are unable to regularly attend school.
Hospice Hawaii, Ka Pilina Pulama Family Camp
A 3-day family camp for children, teens, and adults who have experinced the loss of a loved one. In a safe and supportive environment, families explore their loss, and are able to connect with others to learn they are not alone in their grief.
Hospice Hawaii, Manaolana Keiki (Hope For Children)
Pediatric Hospice Care Program for a child with a serious illness to help ease the patient's suffering and provide the emotional support to the family.
Kids Wish Network
Dedicated to infusing hope, creating happy memories, and improving the quality of life for children having experienced life-altering situations.
Make A Wish Hawaii
Grants wishes to children in Hawaii battling life-threatening medical conditions. Many of our wish kids overcome their illnesses and lead long, healthy lives.
Pacific Cancer Foundation
Provides individualized support and guidance to patients and families. Navigators are trained and certified to help find resources and services for cancer patients and their families.
Pediatric Angels Network
Provides financial and material assistance to families with children who have a long-term illness or disability.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii, Judd Hillside House
Provides a "home-away-from-home" for families with children with serious illness receiving outpatient treatments or those traveling with siblings of the patient.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii, Oahu Avenue House
Provides a "home-away-from-home" for adult family members of seriously ill children receiving inpatient care and for neighbor island women experiencing "high risk" pregnancies.