Karsten Thot Bridge Cleanup

Thank you to Pastor James, Pastor Jenn Pineda, and their hard-working team.

Thank you to Pastor John Miller and your awesome volunteer group, all the way from Ohio!

Thank you to our houseless neighbors who came out to help. Your willingness to be active and taking action means a lot!

And much mahalo to State Representative Marcus Oshiro and the DOT crew for coordinating and facilitating.

Still lots to do. Let us know if you're interested in helping out.

  There's no shortage of media coverage regarding the homeless crisis in Hawaii. Below is a compilation of SOME of the stories produced through our major local media outlets.

Hope   Purpose   Success

ALEA Bridge is currently an Unfunded, All-Volunteer, Non-Profit Organization focused on community outreach to our homeless and at-risk populations. We aim to break the cycle and reverse the trend of homelessness through collaborative & comprehensive solutions.
We are committed to being the bridge that connects those in need with the resources and assistance necessary to rebuild a life of
Hope, Purpose, and Success.



Let us know how you can help save lives.

Together, we can be the bridge

for our citizens in need

Helping to change the community, Hawaii, and the world.

One individual at a time.

Beach cleanup, March 18, 2017

Hosted and sponsored by the North Shore News Ohana.

In collaboration with ALEA Bridge, LDS Waialua Stake, and US Army Garrison Hawaii.

Mokuleia Beach Park to the entrance of Kaena Point Trail

37 adult, teen, and keiki volunteers

2 large truckloads

Lots of food, fun, and fellowship!

Planning another one soon!

Reach out if you would like to volunteer or donate.

Oahu Homeless Help Card

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