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One person handing a package of food to another
Food distribution on Kauaʻi (photo credit: Green Island Films)

Are you a University of Hawaiʻi student who needs help with housing, food, childcare, counseling services or other basic needs this summer? UH can assist you in finding critical resources.

To support students and faculty throughout the kauwela (summer), Rainbow Uliʻi, UH System basic needs coordinator, will be walking webinar attendees through a practical half-hour demonstration of UH’s new Students Basic Needs website. Students will learn how to find community, island, state and federal resources to support their food, housing, financial, counseling, childcare and other basic needs.

“Please join us!” said Uliʻi. “All are welcome. Hiki iā mākou ke kōkua (We can help)!”


  • May 14 (11-11:30 a.m.)
  • June 18 (11-11:30 a.m.)
  • July 16 (11-11:30 a.m.)

Zoom Details

Note: Only the two panelists leading the webinar will see your name. If you would like to remain anonymous while participating in this basic needs webinar, enter false information into the required name and email address fields. (Example: Name: Jane Doe, Email address:

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