Our Love Thy Neighbor Event was a SUCCESS!!!
130 - People fed & serviced
30 - Client files to include their information and specific needs
50 - AWESOME volunteers who helped us make it happen!
Check out our pictures, along with the news coverage from KHON2
Starting in July 2016 - Joint Outreach with Inspire Church, 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month.
YES, we work on the weekends too. Come join us!
Faith, Hope, and Love. A Pre-Easter Outreach.
This was made possible by the kindness and generosity of Pastor John Miller and his church, members of New Hope Central, and Mr. Scott Harada from Marians Catering/Dots Restaurant. And thank you to the rest of the volunteers for helping to share our message of Faith, Hope, and Love. We are truly blessed, and look forward to partnering up on future outreach events!
Official Results are coming SOON!
The Annual Point-In-Time Count was a success! Nearly 100 volunteers helped us throughout the week, with the outcomes far exceeding our estimates. Very excited to work with such awesome people who genuinely want to make a difference in their community.
Thank you for your support!
Great collaboration with Wahiawa Community Church and Karcher Church of the Nazarene...all the way from Idaho!
Reached out to the encampments at the Waianae Boat Harbor and Wahiawa.
Feeling blessed to be a part of your efforts!
Check out their Facebook page for more details.
Over 30 volunteers from a dozen organizations reaching out to our houseless neighbors, providing some food, personal hygiene products and other necessities. Also offering up prayers and a message of hope and love.
Mini Service Fairs in Wahiawa
A partnership with Surfing the Nations (3rd Wednesday), New Life Body of Christ (4th Thursday), and several of our Collaborative Service Providers.
We also participate in the North Shore Foodbank at the Waialua Community Association on the 1st Wednesday of the month
Thank you Uncle Neal, and the rest of iHOT (Inspire Health Outreach Team) for including us in your outreach efforts in the Waipahu and Pearl City/Aiea neighborhoods.
Looking forward to partnering again with your wonderful team!
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.
For more pics, visit our website at www.facebook.com/aleabridge
Thank you Ho'ala School for inviting us to be a part of your Outreach efforts to our homeless neighbors. Great teachers involving their students at an early age is such a great idea. Critical in sustaining the efforts to help those in need to rebuild their life of Hope, Purpose, and Success!
Break the Cycle! Reverse the Trend!
"Feed The Soul" Community Food Drive was a success!
Over 1000 attendees, approximately 1200 pounds of food donations, and generous monetary donations.
All to benefit our houseless neighbors.
Thank you all so much for your generosity!
Joint Outreach with the Kalihi-Palama team.
Visited encampments in the Whitmore Village area.
Thank you for allowing us to work and learn alongside your staff.
Worked with members of New Hope Central to reach out directly to the homeless citizens in Wahiawa. They provided food and personal care packages. But most importantly, they offered them prayers, hope and love. Thank you Jodi, Jason, and Angie for your kindness and generosity.
Check out our Facebook page to watch the video!
Karsten Thot Bridge Cleanup
Thank you to our hard-working volunteer teams and 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.
Over 100 participants
15 instructors & 5 vendors
Food, fun , prizes!
What a FUN and AWESOME event!
Ready for Jamathon2? Stay tuned...
We helped to organize a community-wide cleanup event to include other non-profit organizations, local residents, business owners, Church groups, US Army/Schofield soldiers and their families, and our houseless neighbors.
Exciting partnerships in the making...
2/18/17 - A little over a year ago, we founded our organization as a direct response to the expressed concerns of the community regarding the growing homeless population in Central Oahu and the North Shore.
We have made some progress since, and look forward to working together with our elected officials, volunteers and supporters. We are committed to making a significant impact by addressing these issues that affect our community. And to provide the much-needed services and resources for our houseless neighbors.
Stay tuned...and reach out if you'd like to join us in making a difference!