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Keiki O Ka Aina Preschool Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Education, Preschools

Mission: The mission of keiki o ka `aina family learning centers (koka-flc) is to build strong communities by building strong families through communicating the vital importance of education, advocating for literacy, supporting parents as their child's first and best teacher and empowering families to undertake leadership roles in their communities.

Programs: The organization serves the family (children and parents) and community needs of hawaii's people through its educational, cultural and financial support programs. During its fiscal year, the organization served over 4,000 children and family members.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

There services for Hawaiian families and the preschool at 91-1258 Renton Road, Ewa Beach 96706 is wonderful! I love how a families can get SAT prep, Hawaiian Montessori- Kulia, and a sister drop off preschool (Ewa Plains ENRICHMENT 808-220-3210) right in the same facility.
I have experienced children ready for elementary school, Kupuna (grandparents) happy to have their grandchildren learning on site and engaged mommies!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

This organization is helping families to educate their children and to become closer more productive Hawaiians in the community.

Review from Guidestar

Client Served

Rating: 5

Keiki O Ka Aina has many programs to help the community and strengthen families. One program helps to find volunteer mentors to mentor keiki with a daddy or mommy in prison. Other programs help to defray costs for preschool, and child care and other programs help to maintain and build healthy bonds between couples and their keiki. The organization and its participants has embarked upon making family poi boards and poi pounders, a traditional Hawaiian hale and an outrigger canoe. Learning by doing, helps families to bond, to forgive and to learn about each other. They bring so much joy to Kalihi Valley. My son and I were in Kulia I Ka Nu'u, a parent education workshop series to teach parents to be the best teacher they can be for their keiki. The lessons were immersed in Hawaiian cultural values such as family storytelling. I had the best kuma named Kamaile. She was full of grace, ideas and practical wisdom. My son, ohana and I have flourished with the love of the kumu and the lesson plans she helped to implement with us.