Over the past year, Equality HI has been busy in developing and hosting the 2021 and 2022 Puna Strong Virtual Resource Fair. These Fairs were well attended and focused on bringing information and resources centered around disaster resiliency covering an array of topics designed specifically for Puna and the county as a whole.
On behalf of Equality HI's board of Directors I would like to thank the many speakers who made these events a huge success. Including: Kuʻikahi Mediation Center, University of Hawaiʻi-Hilo, Hope Services, Hawaii Care Choices, The Zonta Club of Hilo, Kumu Brad Lum, Hui Malālama Ola Nā ʻŌiwi, Hoʻola Nā Pua, Vibrant Hawaiʻi, the Hawaiʻi Health and Harm Reduction Center, Goodwill Industries of Hawaii, the Bay Clinic, Child and Family Services, Abled Hawaiʻi Artists, Kanaka O Puna, American Job Center Hawaiʻi, the Department of Industrial Relations-Workforce Development Division, Kumukahi Health and Wellness, Kīpaipai Art Foundation, Council Member Ashley Kierkiewicz, Douglas Le, Dr. Vali Hawkins-Mitchell, John Stallman, The Green Will Conservancy, Hawaiʻi Tracker, Full Life, Ahava Aīna, Hoʻōla Farms, Big Island Made and All the Puna Strong Grantees.
Above all, Equality HI would like to thank ALL OF YOU, the viewers and attendees who took time to stop by a session, visited an exhibitor booth or networked with the many resources that were available during each fair.
If you happened to miss any of our live sessions, don't worry, they were recorded and will be posted on our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi4CvIUJuMAIJVPAMzN_TZA
Mahalo Nui Loa