• Nikos Leverenz

Support HHHRC via Aloha United Way in 2022



HHHRC significantly expanded its efforts to reduce harm, promote health, create wellness, and fight stigma in 2021. Our agency continues its commitment to serve people living with HIV on O'ahu and curbing the spread of HIV through syringe exchange services on O'ahu, Kaua'i, Maui, and Hawai'i Island.


In addition, we are managing the state's COVID isolation facility in Waikiki. Our street medicine team and mobile medical unit continue to provide testing, linkage, wound care, and behavioral health services. Our partnership with Hawai'i Foodbank brings fresh and shelf stable foods to the community once per month in Kaka'ako. We also provide outreach and linkage services to people experiencing homelessness in urban Honolulu and Upper Windward O'ahu.


As this year comes to a close, we humbly ask that you consider supporting our efforts throughout 2022. For as little as $2 per paycheck ($48 total), you can support those we serve through an automatic payroll deduction via Aloha United Way.


Whether you work for a private or public employer Aloha United Way offers pledge forms online that you can complete and submit to your HR department through the end of the year. Our agency's designation code is 96650.


You can also support our work directly with an online donation or a planned gift. We also accept vehicle donations. Mahalo!

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