Saturday, March 25th Plant Sale
LET'S GROW TOGETHER!
Our next plant sale is Saturday, March 25, from 2 pm to 5 pm.
The event is free, and we have free parking (while you are at the plant sale) in our two parking lots at 310 Paokalani Ave. and the lot at 277 Ohua Ave.
Some of the plants at the sale will include rare & collectible plants, succulents, tropical house plants and cuttings, begonias, Cacti, Canna Lilies, Calathea, Agave, blooming Desert Rose (seed grown and grafted), Sansevieria, Aglaonemas, Heliconias, assorted Hoyas, Wandering Jews, Peperomias, Variegated monstera, Variegated Florida beauty, Philodendron Jose Bueno, Philodendron Ring of Fire, Plumeria cuttings & Plumeria trees, various aroid plants, and a collection of Tillandsia.
It's the plant sale you can't miss!
And it's for a worthy cause: We will use all proceeds from vendor fees to buy hot meals for homebound and low-income seniors. Please support our plant vendors who enjoy giving back to the community.
CHANGE THE FIRST FIVE YEARS, CHANGE EVERYTHING
Helping Children Succeed
The first five years of a child’s life are critical for setting the foundations for lifelong health, learning and success. WCC Early Education Program provides keiki with quality, whole-child experiences to put our youngest learners on a path to succeed in school and beyond. We also focus on family engagement and learning, which research shows is critical to keiki future success and well-being.
We believe every child should have the opportunity to succeed. WCC is stepping up support for families as many of their incomes have been impacted by COVID-19. Before the pandemic 89% of our families were low-to-moderate income.
"Sticks in a bundle cannot be broken." - African Proverb
TOUCHING THE LIVES OF KUPUNA
During the pandemic, we strove to support our Kupuna more than ever with these services
FOOD SECURITY - Providing thousands of hot meals and bags of groceries to seniors in need and helping them transition to more permanent food sources.
SENIOR SAFE RIDE - We’re helping seniors who no longer feel safe on public transportation and are not able to pay for rides to access food, basic supplies and medical care.
TECH SAAVY SENIORS - Our Virtual Community Center, kupuna tech training and iPad lending library are opening new worlds for isolated seniors.
HELPING SENIORS IN NEED - We continue coordinating services and resources for hundreds of seniors in need and/or in critical situations. This crucial service is in more demand than ever.
COMMUNITY: WE'RE #STRONGERTOGETHER!
At Waikīkī Community Center, we mobilize our community to make a difference. We built a coalition of individuals, churches, businesses, schools, other nonprofits and government agencies that addresses issues important to our community such as disaster preparedness and pedestrian safety.
Since COVID-19, demand for our Emergency Food Pantry has increased by almost 400%.
CONTACT WAIKĪKĪ COMMUNITY CENTER
310 Paoakalani Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815, USA