Maui Homeless Alliance brings attention to homelessness

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November 17, 2022

About 50 sign wavers from the Maui Homeless Alliance lined the Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center side of Ka‘ahumanu Avenue on Tuesday afternoon to bring attention to homelessness and hunger.

Maui Economic Opportunity, Feed My Sheep, Family Life Center, Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Centers, Legal Aid and the county Department of Housing and Human Concerns joined the event to mark National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week.

County Housing and Human Concerns Director Lori Tsuhako held a sign reading “Homeless Not Helpless.” Other signs read “Imagine a Maui where everyone lives in a House,” “Homelessness is everyone’s Kuleana,” and “Find ways to help Homeless Keiki.”

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