Most people know that Ohana is the Hawaiian term meaning family, and according to Lilo and Stitch, family means no one gets left behind or forgotten. This is the quote that Ohana stays true to and adapts into their non-profit for foster care kids and adults with special needs. At Ohana, our foster kids were given a chance to create something beautiful to tell their story and to not feel forgotten or left behind. To help raise awareness about foster care and adoption in Arizona, our youth created puka shell bracelets to sell at a local coffee shop, Hanai.
By wearing our foster kids’ thoughtful creations, you are reminding them that they are not forgotten, that they matter, and that you support their chance at a forever home. A beautiful Ohana. These island bracelets symbolize our Ohana, our family, and how we stick together and create beautiful, long lasting families.
To purchase one of these unique one-of-a-kind bracelets, for only $5, visit Hanai (3648 W Southern Ave #148 Phoenix, AZ 85041). 100% of all proceeds go back to our kids! The money will be going towards providing backpacks and school supplies, birthday celebrations, summer camp, vacations and so much more.
We thank you for supporting our Ohana!