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Splash!



Hawaiʻi Health & Harm Reduction Center (HHHRC) had the opportunity to participate in the SPLASH event organized by Gay Island Guide. Events like these that combine fun for the whole family, entertainment, and community engagement can be incredibly impactful.


Wet ‘n Wild hosted the event and was the perfect venue to offer a fantastic atmosphere for everyone to enjoy. The combination of DJs, drag shows, and community partners offering healthcare services and information created a diverse and inclusive experience for all attendees.


Fundraisers like this are crucial for HHHRC as they provide much-needed support and resources to continue our impactful work. The fact that attendees had a great time and contributed to a worthy cause makes it even more meaningful.


It’s heartwarming to see how communities can create safe and enjoyable spaces while supporting vital healthcare initiatives. Events like SPLASH raise money and foster a sense of togetherness and celebration within the LGBTQIA+ community.


Big thank you to Gay Island guide for organizing such a successful event, and a big thank you to all the participants and attendees who made it possible. Such efforts go a long way in promoting inclusivity, health, and well-being.

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