We are such a diverse non-profit offering services to the homeless and to the developmentally disabled. We also run an organic farm, an organic cafe and have a commercial kitchen and retreat center. Although in our minds these activities are linked (they are all about sustainability, living our best life, being self-sufficient, etc.) we need to make sure the links are in place when we communicate with the outside public.
Create healthy farm-based community with homeless families, people with disabilities and youth.
We are a community of over 700 people on 4 campuses on Oahu's west-side in Hawaii. We provide Transitional Housing for homeless families and a Day Program for adults with developmental disabilities. Employment and vocational training on our Organic Farm, Restaurant, Commercial Kitchen and Retreat Center.
We did not go ahead with this, although Kimberley is a very nice person. We felt the time we would have to spend providing her information about us was not possible.
(No testimonial has been submitted by Kimberley)