Waikiki Safe Walk
Hawaii leads the nation in the increase of pedestrian deaths, with an 1800% rise in pedestrian fatalities from 2017 to 2018. WCC and its partners are working with businesses, government agencies and community members to reverse this trend.
Waikiki Safe `Ohana
The 2018 false missile alert was a wakeup call. Community members expressed concern about improving disaster preparedness, particularly for some of our most vulnerable residents.
Making a Difference in the Community
Non Profit Partners
Waikiki Community Center partners with six other nonprofits on our campus so the community has access to a wide array of programs and services.
Feeding the Hungry
Thousands are fed through our emergency food pantry annually.
Waikiki Community Center is a Hawaii Food Bank site.
More than 13,000 participants annually come for education, cultural and wellness activities/information.
A Gathering Place
Over 95,000 people a year gather for community events such as community projects, condo association and Waikiki neighborhood board meetings.