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Maluihi Grief Center is for anyone seeking support, understanding and education on how to manage the emotions surrounding the death of a loved one. In a home-like setting, those needing grief support can meet with counselors and others to connect and heal.”

Camp Erin is a weekend camp for keiki that combines grief education and emotional support with fun and traditional activities. Campers are provided a safe environment to explore their grief, learn essential coping skills, and make friends with peers who are also grieving.

Hospice of Kona’s Circle of Remembrance has brought residents from all walks of life together for more than a decade to remember and honor loved ones who have died. The Circle  has provided encouragement and hope to hundreds of residents and visitors since it was first conducted in 2008.

Established in 2020, the Hospice of Kona Foundation, a 501c3, was created as the foundation for the future of Hospice of Kona. It’s sole purpose is to generate funding for programs and services through community awareness and education. The Foundation supports the Residential Hospice Home and Bereavement Center, events and activities, assuring support and sustainability surrounding the commitment of Hospice of Kona to provide care for all, turning no one away.

 

In addition to direct donations, the Hospice of Kona Foundation relies on a variety of facilities and events to help raise funds to provide family-centered support, education, and care for those approaching end of life.

To provide an alternative comforting and compassionate home-like set-ting, Hospice of Kona offers Nakamaru Hale Residential Hospice Home. Situated on a peaceful coffee plantation in Holualoa, Nakamaru Hale is able to accommodate up to five residents in semi-private rooms for respite, transitional or longer-term care within a safe, supportive and nurturing environment during the final months of life

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Maluihi Grief Center is for anyone seeking support, understanding and education on how to manage the emotions surrounding the death of a loved one. In a home-like setting, those needing grief support can meet with counselors and others to  connect and heal.”

To provide an alternative comforting and compassionate home-like set-ting, Hospice of Kona offers Nakamaru Hale Residential Hospice Home. Situated on a peaceful coffee plantation in Holualoa, Nakamaru Hale is able to accommodate up to five residents in semi-private rooms for respite, transitional or longer-term care within a safe, supportive and nurturing environment during the final months of life

Established in 2020, the Hospice of Kona Foundation, a 501c3, was created as the foundation for the future of Hospice of Kona. It’s sole purpose is to generate funding for programs and services through community awareness and education. The Foundation supports the Residential Hospice Home and Bereavement Center, events and activities, assuring support and sustainability surrounding the commitment of Hospice of Kona to provide care for all, turning no one away.

 

In addition to direct donations, the Hospice of Kona Foundation relies on a variety of facilities and events to help raise funds to provide family-centered support, education, and care for those approaching end of life.

Hospice of Kona’s Circle of Remembrance has brought residents from all walks of life together for more than a decade to remember and honor loved ones who have died. The Circle  has provided encouragement and hope to hundreds of residents and visitors since it was first conducted in 2008.

Camp Erin is a weekend camp for keiki that combines grief education and emotional support with fun and traditional activities. Campers are provided a safe environment to explore their grief, learn essential coping skills, and make friends with peers who are also grieving.

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