Our Case Managers can connect you with access to clothing, food, financial support and other basic needs. Working one-on-one with your case manager allows them to cultivate a pathway designed for you. They will be with you every step of the way.
Hale Kōkua, translated to house of support, offers clothing and accessories, makeup and food. Through our New Possibilities Gender Affirming Closet, we offer a variety of clothes in both masculine and feminine styles. Through our partnership with Thrive Causemetics, we have makeup products for those who need. Our Community Food Pantry is available for anyone who needs non-perishable food items. There is no limit to how much you can take or how often you can visit. Stop by today!
Aiga & Loved Ones Financial Assistance
The ALOFA fund is designed to assist the Queer and Trans Pacific Islanders who have passed on or have lost a loved one. ALOFA was inspired by the Samoan words “Alofa Tula’I”. Commonly used when a family displays their generosity through cultural gift exchange. Aiga, means family, and as the chosen family of Queer and Trans Pacific Islanders, our goal is to exemplify the very meaning of “Alofa Tula’I” not only through moral support, but by assisting financially in their time of grief.