$2.5 Million Hawaii Resilience Fund To Boost COVID-19 Fight

Major private donors have established a $2.5 million fund to address the impact of COVID-19 in Hawaii. The Hawaii Resilience Fund will support projects that protect front-line health care workers, expand regional test sites and screening, and support self-quarantine efforts such as home visits and food distribution. Initial funding came from the Hawaii Community Foundation, the Omidyar ‘Ohana Fund and the Stupski Foundation. Individual donations are encouraged.
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