Latest Success Stories

Read about some of our latest success stories. Everybody loves a Happy Ending…especially the kids!



Meet The Friends

The Friends are pleased to have Robin on board, she brings over 20 years of Human Services job experience to our office.


Watch The Video

Collin Raye created this compelling Video and has been dedicated to the cause of helping abused children on a global scale.

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    Friends Helping FRIENDS at our 2017 Gala “Justice for Children”

    Orchid Isle Ford in conjunction with Ziebart and KTA SuperStores headlined our Signature Sponsor Tables.  Merrill Lynch, Bank of Hawaii, HPM Building Supply, Torkildson-Katz-Moore-Hetherington-Harris, Attorneys at Law and Mary Begier Realty rounded out the top Champion Table Sponsors.  A grand time was had by all and the FRIENDS were proud of such generous community support. Couldn’t do it without our friends!

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    Friends Helping The Friends

    So many people support the FRIENDS with contributions large and small. We couldn’t do it without you! We’d like to take this time to thank Joe Hanley at Orchid Isle Ford who was a signature sponsor at our second annual Gala Dinner. Joe is not only a supporter, he was our non-profit’s first Board President and shepherded us from a group of well meaning business people into our fully recognized 501(c)(3) status. Thank you, Joe and Orchid Isle Ford!

  • Celebrate Family


    In Hilo on Friday, April 8 and Saturday, April 9

    “Celebrate Your Family” at Sangha Hall on Saturday, April 8 and the annual “Boy Scout Makahiki” at the Multi-purpose Stadium on Saturday, April 9

    Child Abuse is everyone’s problems and everyone should be aware that child abuse happens right in your own neighborhood.  Crossing all levels of education and income, one in four girls and one in seven boys will be abused.  Come to one or both of these community events and learn more about how you can help.

    “Celebrate Your Family” is an open to the public event where parents can participate with their children in crafts and games while learning great parenting tips.  The “Boy Scout Makahiki” will have a Child Abuse information booth.