Alliance of Hawai‘i
The Art of H.E.A.R.T.
Healing through imagery and the body
By Dr. Shannon Simonelli
The Children’s Alliance of Hawaii is fortunate to be working closely with Dr. Shannon Simonelli as the facilitator of our Art Therapy component
of H.E.A.R.T. She has also made herself available to continue working with some of our H.E.A.R.T. participants by providing individual therapy
sessions through her private practice Soulworks. She is outstanding in the ways she supports these children at a most difficult time in their lives.
T he H.E.A.R.T. Program at the Children’s Alliance is
a visionary program. Through art process, guided
visualization, group process and therapeutic support youth
Two examples that illustrate the richness of this process
come to mind:
are able to make decisions about the materials they use, Two sisters
and have control over how they use them to express their Two sisters in the group were interested in paint (a “loose”
feelings and ideas. Over time the youth begin to develop and highly expressive media). They were discovering how
greater self-direction, ownership and mastery over their colors mixed to make new colors and enjoying both the visual
expression through the art. They begin taking risks, asking experience and the physical experience of mixing the colors
for assistance as needed, and beautifully dropping into their on the paper with their hands. As their exploration continued
own expression and experience. Self-consciousness drops one sister felt her piece was “ugly, ruined and should be
away and possession of self steps in. They become their own thrown away”. She became sad and shameful, saying she
authority, the expert of their own experience and expression.
This is healing. This is empowering. This is whole-making, See “H.E.A.R.T.” on page 3
inviting a sense of wholeness to a fractured self experience.
Acts of Kindness
Keri Wagner is a six-year-old girl with a heart of gold. This past
year she has made it her mission to make certain that children in
need experience the joy of receiving gifts. This generous girl has
given twice to our organization in the past ten months. Her first
donation of gifts came from her Christmas party, and the second
from her recent birthday party. She asked her guests to bring
unwrapped presents to her parties instead of gifts for herself.
With the help of her mother, Keri made it a point to personally
deliver the gifts directly to The Children’s Alliance of Hawaii
offices in downtown Honolulu.
In addition to the Christmas Angel Project, the abundant gifts
were used to provide birthday celebration presents for sexually
abused children who would have gone without. On behalf of
the many children whom she helped bring joy and smiles to,
we thank Keri for her generosity and for her example of the
The mission of the Children’s Alliance of Hawai‘i is
to provide care and support for sexually abused children, offering hope for the future.
Time is flying by, yet I am impressed by all we have achieved since the beginning of the
year. Our programs and projects are evolving in very innovative and effective ways and we
are reaching more sexually abused children than ever before! Our 2006 fundraising events
were tremendous successes! These successes arise from the leadership of committed event
chairs like Sheri Robison, Brendan Damon Ethington and Candy Hemmy, and from the full
participation of an exceptional Board of Directors, the dedicated CAH Staff and our many
wonderful Volunteers and Supporters.
It is my privilege to welcome Brooks Blanco, Connie Flattery, Diane Thompson, Craig Warren and Jim Wriston to
the Board of Directors. Each of them brings unique talents and a deep commitment to the organization and our
mission. I am also excited to welcome Kim Bartenstein to the Children’s Alliance family as our new Director of
Development. As we welcome new members, we unfortunately must say Mahalo and Aloha to those departing.
My heartfelt thanks to Addie Lamberth, Carol Gottlieb and Kathleen Morimoto for their dedication and support
and for their exceptional participation on the CAH Board. I also wish a very fond and warm Aloha to Cissy Shaner.
She has faithfully served the Children’s Alliance in many capacities for over a decade. We all wish her the very best
and will miss her cheerful personality.
When I learn about the stories of the children we serve, the horrific experiences
they have endured and then see the positive difference that the Children’s Alliance …hope and healing
has made in their childhood, I am more resolute than ever in the need for our
organization and the programs we offer. Hope is in very short supply for these
is what our unique
victims of sexual abuse, and hope and healing is what our unique programs provide.
To perpetuate these unique programs, CAH has developed and implemented a
strategic plan. Part of this plan is to increase self-sufficiency and to improve capacity
and performance by diversifying our funding sources. Early in 2006, substantial State of Hawaii grants were secured
to supplement our two traditional funding sources (major fund-raising events and grants from private foundations
and companies). The Board of Directors recently approved establishing an Endowment Fund. This adds a fourth
source of funding to meet the needs of the sexually abused children who rely on our services and to ensure the
longevity of our programs. It is my pleasure to announce the first gift for our Endowment Fund, a contribution from
DragonBridge Capital LLC of stock rights valued at $50,000. DragonBridge Capital Co-Founder, Barry Weinman, is
an extraordinary leader and advocate for corporate citizenship and philanthropy. I encourage you to join Barry and
make a donation to the Endowment Fund, and to seriously consider including the Children’s Alliance of Hawaii in
your long-term giving and estate planning. Please don’t hesitate to contact Alfred Herrera if you have any questions.
I look forward to working with you and our directors, staff and volunteers to continue our important mission
of providing care and support for sexually abused children. Your continued support matters! Only through
our combined efforts can CAH continue its valuable programs designed to leave a lasting legacy of healing,
encouragement and optimism.
A. Joseph Fadrowsky, III
H.E.A.R.T. continued from page 1
hated to waste paper. I let her know there was plenty of THE H.E.A.R.T PROGRAM
paper and her expression deserved to use this paper even if she
decided to throw it away, that she was more important than
a piece of paper. Her mood lifted and a genuine smile came “Some people are touched deep within the heart.
through. Next I suggested that since she was ready to throw Their program is where new things start.
the work away, that it was already ruined and she couldn’t ruin
it further, why not just play with what she had started – there When you come they welcome you in.
is no way to mess it up! Again she smiled with a new sense of
freedom. Soon the paint bottles were held upside down, high This is how it is and has been.
above the paper, paint of many colors dripping in big splats
onto the paper. Her hands went into the pools of color mixing, They love you and they care.
collecting, moving, smoothing and etching into the liquid
They want to listen to things you share.
tablet – over and over again. Her older sister followed her lead
and the two of them played. They played with abundance, When you fall they’ll help you up.
with safe freedom of expression, with giggles and joy, with
permission to be kids. This image touched me deeply and will They’ll make you feel cool with a wazz-up.
stay in my heart for years to come; this was a deeply satisfying
and healing experience. When you’re sad they will smile
Vision of things to come Because for you…they walk a mile.”
A young girl whom the statistics
say has a high potential of
This poem was written by a 13-year-old H.E.A.R.T
dropping out of high school,
participant in the teenage girl’s group. It was found at
finishes her freshman year. She
the end of her READY Evaluation completed on October
comes to group regularly and
21, 2006 at the final session of the creative movement
works on her Art Body – a life
component. It is an example of how this program is
size traced image of her body on
impacting these girls and making a difference in their
butcher paper. She works quietly
lives. This group has completed the therapeutic horseback
week in and week out. She gives
riding, art therapy, and expressive movement sessions.
great time and attention to the
They will be participating in the last outdoor adventure
emotions she is depicting through
activities with Marimed during November and
the art (Sad, Loving, Hate), which she later adds to her Art
Body. In our closing ceremony she shares that these feelings
are the best she can come up with to express the complexity
and confusion she feels in her emotional life. She doesn’t I am honored and fortunate to work with the Children’s
mention the graduation cap she has carefully made and Alliance and the H.E.A.R.T Program since its inception
placed on the top of her head. I ask her if she might say almost one year ago. The vision and commitment to this
something about it. She says she is proud of how well she is unique program shown by the Children’s Alliance Board
doing in school, that she likes school and plans to graduate and staff is rare and to be commended.
and go to college. She has externally pictured a life goal; this
brings great power and force of creation to her vision of her Klorer, P.G. (2005). Expressive Therapy with Severely Maltreated
future successes. Children: Neuroscience Contributions. Art Therapy: Journal of
the American Art Therapy Association, 22 (4) pp. 213-220.
Working with children who have experienced life trauma
through the expressive arts and the body is both inspired Shannon Simonelli Ph.D., ATR
and scientifically founded. Brain research shows that trauma has been in the field of healing for over
is stored in the right hemisphere of the brain, the side of the 20 years, working with adults and teens
brain that is visually and spatially oriented. This helps us facing multiple challenges. She is on
understand why the use of expressive therapies allows us to the faculty of the University of Hawai‘i
“get at” things that talk therapy does not, and explains the at Manoa, Chaminade University, and
difficulty that children and adults with traumatic histories The Union Institute and University.
have in verbalizing their experiences in deeply meaningful Shannon also has her own private
ways (Klorer, 2005). Expressive art therapy allows clients to practice in Honolulu where she offers
express, process, and empty their psychic material through the The SoulWorks Approach – her unique
art media. To “tell their story” through imagery in ways their blend of psychospiritually oriented
words may never be able to. healing, therapy and life coaching.
www.DrSimonelli.com (808) 988-5555
SPECIAL MAHALO TO OUR 2006 MAHEALANI S
M ahealani 2006 was truly an enchanted
evening. Friends of the Children’s
Alliance of Hawaii gathered at tables under
Davis Property and Investment
Children’s Alliance of Hawaii FRIENDS:
the open sky, amid hanging lanterns and a Dragon Bridge Capital Elizabeth Worrall Daily – Mary Worrall
High Mark Investments Associates
gentle spring wind. Local flowers adorned the Alice Kuaihelani Robinson Anita and John Dollens
tables and those in attendance were serenaded GeoEngineers
by the lovely music of Kualoa and Tropical Keali‘i Level: Hawaii Dental Group, Inc.
Breeze. Graceful hula dancers told their Hawaiian Cement Hawaii Modular Space, Inc.
stories while guests enjoyed delicious Healoha Level: Hoana Medical Inc.
Hawaiian cuisine. Ameron Kaimana Farms
Sheri Robison C.S. Wo Kikiaola Land Company
Board Member and Chief Justice Ronald T.Y. Moon honored us by Central Pacific Bank Allen Kubota
Mahealani Event Chair
speaking of the goals and successes of CAH. Island Air Oceanit
Marriot International, Inc. Pacific Resources for Education and
He thanked Dotty Hoskins for the hand-sewn blankets she sends to The Gentry Companies Learning
the Children’s Justice Center from her home in Arizona and Sheri The Pacarro Group of Morgan Stanley Watumull / Colliers
Robison for keeping the Adopt-A-Bear shelf filled, for the children who Todd Thompson MD
must visit the center. He acknowledged our President, Alfred Herrera
and staff, who are dedicated to improving the lives of these children.
4 See “Mahealani 2006” on page 7
SAVE THE DATE MAHEALANI 2007 - MAY 31, 2007
16 1. Chef & Mrs. George Mavrothalassitis
2. Board Member Alice Robinson
and her guests
3. Board Member Brooks Blanco and her
husband John Blanco; Mahealani Chair
Sheri Robison and CAH President
4. Board Member Jim Wriston and
5. Mahealani Head Table hosted by Mary
Worrall and decorated by Hilo Hatties
17 6. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Keller and Chief
Justice and Mrs. Ronald Moon
7. Guest speaker Fita Turano and Natalia
8. Board Members, Alice Robinson and
12 Virginia Weinman
9. Joe Fadrowsky, CAH Chairman; and wife
10. Board Member Connie Flattery and
18 Jim Nabors
11. Board Member Scott Wo and his wife
Nancy Wo with Board Member, Mary
Worrall and her husband Joe Worrall.
12. Rich Ethington and Board Member,
Brendan Damon Ethington
13. Board Member Sheri Robison with
daughters Jasmine and Lauren, and
20 14. Marriott Table hosted by Board Member
15. Board Members, Susan Tompkins and
Jojo Watumull with friend Lori Thomas
16. Representative & Mrs. Michael Magaoay
21 17. Michael Haig and friends
“Hula for a Cause”
18. Mayor Mufi Hannemann and his
wife, Board Member, Gail Mukaihata
14 19. Items up for bid at the Silent Auction
20. Sporty Mercedes Peddle Car
15 21. Father Christmas
….and to Our Silent Auction Donors Hawaii Business Magazine Ko Olina Golf Club Michael Powell Douglas Po‘oloa Tolentino
Anonymous – Friends Hawaii Pet Nanny Kyle Stuart Salon and Day Spa Professional Image Tommy Bahama’s
Tom Barlow Hawaii Skin Cancer & Photodamage Louis Pohl Gallery Christopher Radko Transformations-Stacy Maccarino
Janice Brown Center, Kevin J. Mott, MD Doug and Dodie MacArthur Gale Robison Gay Tsukamaki
Build -A-Bear Workshop Hawaiian Airlines Mandara Spa, LLC Mark and Sheri Robison Turtle Bay Resort
C.S. Wo Helen & Suzanne at the Royal Mariposa Alice Robinson Two Bag Ladies
Joey Calderone Candy Hemmy Market City Shopping Center Roy Sakuma Productions Ultimate Innovations Inc.
U.S. Congressman Ed Case Hilo Hatties David and Wendie McClain Roy’s Ko Olina Waikiki Aquarium
Continental Airlines Home Depot Mercedes-Benz Dan A. Shimabuku Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort
Creature Comfort, LLC Honolulu Club Roland Merritt Sonia Daniel House of Style Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
Databasics, Inc. Hy’s Steak House Brendan Damon Ethington SPYOPTIC Waimea Plantation Cottage
DFS Hawaii iKon Designs Missouri Memorial Association Starbucks Rann & Gina Watumull
E&O Trading Co Restaurant Island Air Morton’s Restaurant Kelly Sueda Virginia Weinman
Elite Limousine Service Island Imports Neiman Marcus Hiroshi Tagami Windward Skills
Escada Jamba Juice Origins Tanga Company Winward Floral & Seasonal Décor
Paula Franzmeier Janice Tongg & Associates Paulette Kahalepuna of Aunty Mary The Black Pearl Source C. Scott Wo
Gone 2 da dogz Jenifer Pacheco-Body Work Lou Na Limi Nili Hulu Noeau The Kahala Hotel & Resort Mary Worrall
Governor Linda Lingle JW Marriott Ihilani Resort and SPA Pet’s Discount The Madden Company Janice Wright, Wright Collection
Rob Hale Kele Kanahele Peterson Signs The Marsha Nadalin Salon & Spa
Gail Mukaihata Hannemann Kauai Marriott Resort & Beach Club Plaza Club Diane Thompson, M.D.
Mayor Mufi Hannemann Kikiaola Land Company, Ltd. Polynesian Voyaging Society Tiare Kahala
I am happy to report that 2006 is
turning out to be a year with
many very notable successes for the
plan beginning with obtaining her G.E.D and enrolling
in community college, securing a part-time job and living
independently. The programs we offer are unique; they
Children’s Alliance of Hawaii. We had make a difference; and they must be perpetuated.
an outstanding Paniolo Bingo event
thanks to the unbounded efforts of co- Our next major undertaking is a comprehensive Needs
chairs Brendan Damon Ethington and Assessment focused on victims of child sex abuse. We want
to better understand the full range of services and programs
Candy Hemmy. With the leadership of
that can assist victims of child sex abuse to heal from their
Sheri Robison and the full participation
trauma. We will also be learning more about how the system
of the Board, we had a record breaking of child welfare and protective services assists these children
Mahealani. Please read the highlights about both events in this and identifying the gaps in the overall system of care. The
issue. For the first time we received a Grant-in-Aid from the results of the Needs Assessment will assist us in evaluating
State of Hawaii Legislature to support a portion of our our current programs and in continuing to improve our
operations and programs. We also received a first time grant effectiveness. Additionally, we intend to share the results with
from the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division of the community leaders, especially policy makers, to help make the
Department of Health, a grant from the Teresa Hughes Trust necessary systemic changes that will better support the needs
and grant from the Friends of Hawaii Charities, all in support of sexually abused children.
of our H.E.A.R.T. program.
Thank you again for supporting the Children’s Alliance of
The transition of the Children’s Alliance to solely focus on Hawaii and our important work.Together, we are positively
assisting sexually abused children has been positively received impacting and improving the lives of sexually abused children.
by the community and our partner agencies. Jan Yu, together Together, we really do make a difference.
with her dedicated volunteers and highly qualified interns,
are making great strides with our programs and services to Mahalo,
bring the young people we serve to new levels of wholeness.
I recently learned of a teenage girl whose participation in our
H.E.A.R.T. program and subsequent transition to the Ho’omaka
program have helped her to build her self confidence, develop Alfred Herrera
new skills and set goals that are supporting a very successful President
YEE HAW! Family Paniolo
Bingo Night Success Helps Fund Programs
T he 7th Annual Family Paniolo Bingo Night was a
rip-roaring, knee-slapping success! Held at the Waialae
Paniolo Bingo Sponsors: Gentry Pacific, Ltd., Kaimana
Farms, Barry & Virginia Weinman, and Kaimana Ventures
Country Club on March 3, 2006, 160 Children’s Alliance
friends and family members enjoyed an ono-licious BBQ Paniolo Bingo Multiple Table Donors: Mary Worrall &
buffet, outstanding silent auction, fun prizes and lots of Associates, and Mark & Sheri Robison
Paniolo Bingo excitement. This year’s guest “caller” and
emcee, Miss Hawaii USA 2005 Jennifer Fairbank, did Paniolo Bingo Silent Auction Donors:
an awesome job! The evening raised over $20,000 to Ala Moana Center Morton’s The Steakhouse See’s Candies
support our programs for sexually abused children. The Madden Corporation Bubbies Ice Cream Indich Collection
American T-shirt Company Robert Palma Design Town Restaurant
We extend a heartfelt Mahalo to the event co-chairs, CS Wo and Sons Interior Accents
Mandara Spa Phillips Travel Turtle Bay Resort
Candy Hemmy and Brendan Damon Ethington. Special
Baik Escada Keno Knieriem
thanks to those who attended and contributed to the Manoa Valley Theatre Gail Robison USS Missouri Memorial
event, to the sponsors, to the silent auction donors, to Bank of Hawaii Hoagie Gamble Addie and Larry
the devoted Children’s Alliance and Bank of Hawaii Maui Divers of Hawaii Sheri and Mark Robison Lamberth Association,
volunteers and to our supportive Board of Directors. Tom Barlow Shelby Goo Inc.
Brendan Damon Ethington Remy Cointreau USA Lisa Rose-Doll House
Without the continued support of the following Adda Beamguard Candy Hemmy & Tea Room
exceptional business and community leaders this Morgan Stanley Roy’s Restaurant Zippy’s
event would not have been possible. Bishop Museum Ice Palace
6 Mahalo for your generosity!
Children’s Justice Center (CJC) of Oahu
By: Christine Miwa-Mendoza
A ddressing child sexual abuse effectively requires a
collaborative effort by all partner agencies involved.
No single entity has the ability to tackle this pervasive
news reporters do not identify child victims in their stories,
they can inadvertently identify and expose a victim by, for
instance, announcing the name of a perpetrator or showing a
problem alone. For years, the Children’s Justice Center picture of the victim’s home or school. The IAC believes this
of O’ahu (CJC) has been blessed with the continuing is unacceptable and strongly urges the media to differentiate
support of our non-profit partner the Children’s Alliance between broadcasting cases of dangerous sexual predators,
of Hawaii (formerly the Friends of the Children’s Justice such as pedophiles and serial rapists which the community
Center) in helping sexually abused children and their needs to know about, and cases of incest in which the
families heal from such traumatic events. A vital piece confidentiality of the victim is paramount.
to our collaborative effort is the CJC Interagency Advisory
Council (IAC). For nearly twenty years, the IAC has In participation with the IAC, Catholic Charities’ Child
met monthly to ensure that the system designed to Sex Abuse Treatment Program has taken the initiative in
help sexually abused children does not unintentionally contacting local news stations and offering in-service
re-victimize them in the process. training on the dynamics of child sexual abuse. The goal
is to make the media aware of and responsible for the
The Children’s Alliance of Hawaii (CAH) is one of the IAC’s unintended negative impact their coverage may have on
many partner agencies. Other participating agencies include child victims of abuse. Several stations have responded
the Department of Human Services’ Child Welfare Services, and expressed interest in the training. In developing the
Honolulu Police Department, Department of Attorney training, the IAC met with former news executive of KHON
General, Office of the Prosecuting Attorney, Victim Witness and KITV, Wally Zimmerman, and former news reporter,
Kokua Program, Family Court, Sex Abuse Treatment Center, Kathy Muneno Thompson, to discuss methods of informing
Catholic Charities’ Child Sex Abuse Treatment Program, the media about how to broadcast a thorough, interesting
Child and Family Services’ Ohana Sex Abuse Treatment story while remaining sensitive to the overall well-being of
Program, Kapiolani Medical Center, Department of those painfully affected by abuse.
Education, Department of Health and the U.S. military.
The Children’s Justice Center would like to take this
Recently, the IAC initiated a Public Education/Awareness opportunity to commend Catholic Charities, The Children’s
of Child Sexual Abuse and Media Response project. The Alliance of Hawaii and our other partner agencies for their
project arose out of the IAC’s concern about local news excellent work and dedication to helping sexually abused
medias’ coverage of various child sexual assault stories children. We must remember that “….the most effective
aired over television. The IAC recognizes the need for response builds upon the expertise of multiple agencies”
news stations to inform the public of the in-depth trauma (The APSAC Advisor Summer 2003) and that together we
caused by perpetrators of child sexual abuse. Although are making a difference in these children’s lives.
“Mahealani 2006” continued from page 4
Our deepest respect goes to one of our “own”, who had the We want to express our gratitude to all of our Corporate Sponsors,
courage to share her journey with us that evening. She told of the generous auction donors, winning bidders, and all those in
her experiences with the CAH and we were very deeply moved. attendance. This delightful and successful evening brought in
the best net proceeds ever, to benefit the programs and projects of
We were also honored by the attendance of State Representative Children’s Alliance of Hawaii.
Michael Magaoay and his wife Felimar, Mayor Hannemann
and wife (and CAH director) Gail Mukaihata Hannemann, Mahalo nui loa to the event chair, Sheri Robison, assisted by
and City Councilman (and past CAH director) Nestor Garcia Mary Worrall, Alice Robinson, Virginia Weinman and our
and wife Karen. Board of Directors. We offer a special thanks to Brendan Damon
Ethington, for her generous donation of all the centerpieces and
We wish to thank our gracious emcees, Pamela Young and special wines. A glowing tribute to the employees at Hilo Hatties,
husband, Gary Sprinkle from KITV-4 for the generous donation Charlene Lee, Debbie Shigeoka and John DesJardins for the
of their time, and a sincere mahalo, to auctioneer Marty McClain, Head Table presentation and sponsor favors. Last, and certainly
who kept the bidding exciting during our live auction. We tip our not least, our deepest appreciation to the devoted staff of CAH
hat to J.P. Damon and Michael Haig for their $1,000 challenge for and their wonderful crew of volunteers from DHS Oahu Special
each hula dancer from the audience, and those that participated Service Unit, Department of the Prosecuting Attorney, Child &
(Pat Gamble, Jojo Watumull, Alice Robinson and Kristin Lee). Family Services and the Children’s Justice Center.
Alliance of Hawai‘
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Board of Directors SUSAN PANG GOCHROS
A. JOSEPH FADROWSKY, III GAIL MUKAIHATA
ALLEN KUBOTA CANDACE PRATT HEMMY
Vice Chair KAINOA LEE
CRAIG WARREN ETHINGTON
Treasurer GWEN PACARRO
TOM BARLOW ALICE ROBINSON
Secretary SHERI ROBISON
DIANE THOMPSON, MD
MARY WORRALL SUSAN TOMPKINS
Past Chairman MICHAEL A. TONGG, ESQ.
Directors: JOJO WATUMULL
BROOKS BLANCO VIRGINIA WEINMAN
TIMOTHY Y.W. CHANG C. SCOTT WO
CONNIE FLATTERY JIM WRISTON
CAH Staff The Children’s
ALFRED J. HERRERA Alliance of Hawaii
President 1100 Alakea Street, Suite 400
Honolulu, HI 96813
KIM BARTENSTEIN Phone: 599-2955
Director of Development
Director of Programs Website: www.cahawaii.org
Christmas Angel Collection
“night of the full moon”
This year, The Children’s Alliance of Hawaii
Cupid’s Caring Heart
Save the date
is introducing its ﬁrst collectable Christmas Angel ornament
Monday, June 19, 2006
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Chair of Event: Sheri Robison
This beautiful 9” hand-blown Christopher Radko ornament has
been is the primary of retirement for our exclusive use this year.
Mahealanibrought out annual fundraising event benefiting The Children’s Alliance of Hawaii
which serves sexually abused children and the Children’s Justice Center. Enjoy a beautiful evening of
The outstanding Hawaiian food and fabulous silent and live auctions, all while being serenaded
fellowship, adorable Cupid embodies the innocence of our children, and
carries a big red heart, symbolic of the love and healing offered
by great Hawaiian entertainment in a beautiful downtown Honolulu garden setting.
in our H.E.A.R.T program.
The per person; for friends, family, clients and co-workers.
Tickets: $150perfect gifttables of 10 available for $7,500 (‘Ele’Ele Sponsor) $5,000 (Keali’i Sponsor)
$3,500 (Ku’uipo Sponsor) $2,000 (Healoha Sponsor) $1,500 (CAH Friend)
This stunning ornament will deﬁnitely stand-out on your tree too!
For more event information please call Cissy Shaner at 599-2955 x211.
Available for the special price of $67.70 (inclu. GET).
To order or for more information, call Kim Bartenstein at 599-2955 x216