The gifts, which filled about a half of a van, included items purchased with about $3,200 in cash donations.
In addition to Bluetooth speakers, wireless headphones and soccer balls, the donations included diapers, wipes, clothes, razors, deodorant and feminine hygiene products, per recommendations from Ka Hale A Ke Ola officials.
Maui Economic Opportunity Youth Services youths and staff pose with gifts collected and purchased for keiki at Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Centers on Tuesday, Dec. 21. This photo was taken in the MEO offices in Wailuku.
MEO Youth Services crew readies gifts collected from MEO staff and the public for delivery to Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Centers at MEO offices in Wailuku on Tuesday, Dec. 21.