In Partnership with the Southern Weekend

Kama’aina Kids Fall Program Fundraiser

Kama'aina Kids A+ Programs Fall Fundraiser

You can help support Hawaii keiki and keep them busy after school by taking part in the Kama’aina Kids fall fundraiser. It’s being held from October 29 until November 14 and money raised will benefit after school A+ programs. This year, the keiki will be selling Joy’s Cookies, furikake party mix, beef jerky, and the Papa John’s ID Card, where you can buy one pizza at regular price and get the second of equal or lesser value for FREE! The card is good for one year!

The fundraiser is being held at various participating Kama`aina Kids A+ sites including Enchanted Lake, Kahaluu, Kamakau, Kalihi, Keone Ula, Wheeler, Hickam, Pearl Harbor, Pearl Harbor Kai, Makalapa, Aiea, Webling, Voyager, and Ala Wai. The funds raised will help to replenish supplies and materials used during the program’s day-to-day classes, as well as Kama`aina Kids’ enrichment programs, and much more!

If you want to make a purchase but your child does not go to Kama`aina Kids A+, contact any of the participating A+ sites by visiting kamaainakids.com or download the Kama’aina Kids mobile app from for Apple and Android devices.

About Kama`aina Kids
Kama’aina Kids is a private, non-profit, multi-service organization dedicated to serving children and their families through quality childcare programs. Our services include, but are not limited to, preschool programs, before & after school programs, day camps, environmental education programs, enrichment programs, sports clinics, convention childcare and hotel programs.

Kama’aina Kids is made up of several divisions employing approximately 1,000 employees and serving nearly 9,700 children and families daily. The organization is currently one of the largest childcare providers in the State of Hawaii offering  programs for preschool and school age children.

Understanding that children have needs based on their age and stage of development, the Preschool Division offers a number of programs. Through the implementation of the nationally recognized Creative Curriculum, each classroom is arranged to allow children the opportunity to explore and investigate their surroundings. In addition, theY HAVE people have made a commitment to pursue accreditation through the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and the National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA) which are the ultimate seals of approval.

For more information: kamaainakids.com