The Waikiki Community Center (WCC) provides crucial multigenerational services to better the lives of all Waikiki residents. From keiki to kupuna, WCC provides unparalleled support for anyone who needs it.

For over 37 years, WCC has served as a resource hub for the community. We are committed to strengthening the entire community by providing programs and services to individuals and families in-need. One of the biggest challenges facing community members in need is knowing where to get the help that will move them forward. WCC strives to make the available resources easy to access.

WCC is a “one stop shop” for human services, social support, lifelong education, and wellness for Waikiki’s families, keiki, and seniors. Through our various programs and services, we effectively help over 20,000 individuals receive the help they need to be healthy, safe, and prosperous.

The Waikiki Community Center both supports the community and is supported by the community. WCC is able to continue its work thanks to your generous support.. Without your continued help, the wonderful programs that exist would not be possible. Please consider making a donation to help us continue our crucial work.

Senior Program

WCC Senior Programs are central to our values and mission of strengthening the community as a whole.  Serving the needs of seniors is especially important because over 30% of the Waikiki population are over the age of 60. Additionally, many

WCC Preschool

 WCC Preschool is now nationally accredited through NECPA! I AM! I CAN! WCC Preschool provides keiki with quality education and care in a safe and nurturing environment bypromoting individual growth and development. We accept children 14 months to preschool age.  We have been

Community Services

Our Community Services support the community as a whole.  Although the focus is on helping those in need and families in Waikiki, we have programs and activities for many such as visitors and other community groups.  In addition, WCC believes that

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