FY 2022 Annual Report

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2021 – 2022


2-3 Who We Are 4-5 What We Do 6 Statement of Activities and Changes in Net Assets 7 Kalaulanilawapuni 8-9 Funding Sources & Client Demographics 10 Board of Directors and Executive Leadership TABLE OF CONTENTS

Who We Are

At Parents And Children Together, we share a vision that Hawaii is a peaceful, safe, and vibrant community; where opportunities abound for all.


When family bonds are strengthened, and people feel connected, communities thrive.

For more than five decades, Parents And Children Together has worked with Hawaii’s children, individuals and families to create safe and promising futures. From our humble beginnings as a single program at Kuhio Park Terrace in Kalihi, PACT has grown into a multi-faceted social services agency, offering essential services that support early childhood education, behavioral health, child abuse prevention, domestic violence prevention and intervention, and community building.

Deeply rooted in the communities we serve, we work alongside our clients facing poverty, violence, abuse and behavioral health challenges to lead healthier, more rewarding lives so they can realize their fullest potential. We collaborate with public, private, and nonprofit partners to address the root causes of poverty to build influence and advocate for long-term change.


Working together with Hawaii’s children, individuals, and families to create safe and promising futures.


Hawaii is a peaceful, safe, and vibrant community with opportunities for all to fulfill their dreams.


What We Do

We serve more than 15,000 local residents and families in need each year through our statewide programs in five core areas of focus.



Early Head Start and Head Start provide early childhood education and family support services for low-income families with children on Oahu and Hawaii Island. Early Head Start offers daily care services to prenatal parents and infants from birth to three years. Head Start serves families with children ages three to five years.


Family Peace Centers teach non-violent problemsolving skills for families struggling with adult aggression and behavioral dysfunction, emphasizing partnership, equality, and respect among families.

Ohia and Hale Ola Domestic Violence Shelters offer a safe and confidential emergency and temporary home for family members and children who are victims of domestic violence. Lehua Transition House provides transitional housing for up to one year for women without children who are victims of domestic violence.

Family Visitation Centers provide a safe and neutral setting for children to visit with their non-custodial parent, or to transition from one parent to the other when family court is involved or joint parenting is not possible.

Trafficking Victim Assistance Programs offer victimcentered case management services for survivors of human trafficking served by PACT through adult and child welfare referrals.

H.E.A.R.T and Soul supports child victims and nonoffending family members impacted by child sex abuse through group therapies and activities to reduce the impacts of trauma to families.


Early Intervention Family Strengthening encompasses multiple state-sponsored programs to assist families who are involved with Hawaii Child Welfare Services. Staff in these programs work to improve child/parent relationships in families where parents have been reported to need assistance with nurturing and protecting their children. PACT mitigates the risk of abuse via a range of activities including monitoring and educational services for parents.


Intensive Support Services, specifically Multi Systemic Therapy and Functional Family Therapy, are provided for families facing challenges with youth who exhibit serious behavioral, social and emotional challenges. Therapies consist of in-home solutions and must be preapproved by a Family Guidance Center in the State of Hawaii.


Family and Economic Opportunity Centers provide walk-in services in Kalihi to support families struggling with housing, food security, parenting, domestic violence, employment, health, legal matters, education, and poverty. New immigrants are offered translation services, computer access and introduction to local schools to help families succeed. PACT also supports statewide efforts with corporate, government, health and educational institutions in the fight against poverty.

Sundays Project connects immigrant parents with local schools to promote engagement and success for young children and middle school youth in the public school system.

Workforce Development Programs offer training opportunities and work readiness for employment seekers and those ready to improve their work and living conditions through study and group support.

Neighborhood Place of Kalihi offers communitybased, proactive services to prevent child abuse and domestic violence in Hawaii neighborhoods.

Kaneohe Community Family Center offers substance abuse prevention information and convenes the Community Works in 96744 Coalition to promote education and prevention of youth alcohol and substance abuse in Windward Oahu.

Community Youth Programs promote the development of healthy youth and families by providing after school educational, recreational, community building and support services. Youth programs are offered on site at Kuhio Park Terrace and Puuwai Momi housing complexes.




SUPPORT Government 25,356,244 Other Contract 57,717 Contributions 155,660 Contributed Facilities and Services 3,223,933 Net Assets Released from Restricted 866,183 TOTAL REVENUE 29,659,737 REVENUE Client Fee 119,539 Interest & Dividend Income 1,069 TOTAL REVENUE 120,608 TOTAL SUPPORT & REVENUE 29,780,345 EXPENSES Program Services: Early Childhood 14,795,246 Community Building & Economic Development 1,790,284 Family Peace and Preservation 7,801,391 Child and adolescent mental health 2,200,041 TOTAL PROGRAM SERVICES 26,586,962 SUPPORT SERVICES Management and General 3,574,160 Fund-Raising 163,184 TOTAL SUPPORT SERVICES 3,737,344 TOTAL EXPENSES 30,324,306 Changes in Net Assets 2,403,667 Net Assets at Beginning of Year 11,589,223 Net Assets at End of Year 13,992,890



Permanent Home for Bright Futures

Parents And Children Together’s new home serves as a central point for our services. The campus houses our Family Peace Center, Early Intervention Family Strengthening and Intensive Support Services programs in addition to our administrative offices.



INCOME 24% 71% 5% 0% State Federal Private County CLIENTS – BY AGE 27% 18% 20% 30% 4% 25 1 - 11 years old 12 - 19 years old 20 - 34 years old 35 - 55 years old 56 - 70 years old 71 + years old CLIENTS – BY GENDER 49% 50% 1% Female Male Transgender 70% 7% 3% 5% 7% 8% $0 - 10,000 $50,000+ $40,001 - 50,000 $30,001 - 40,000 $20,001 - 30,000 $10,001 - 20,000 3 8


ETHNICITY TOTAL Hawaiian/Part Hawaiian 4655 Caucasian 2338 Chuukese 1806 Pilipino/Filipino 1493 Samoan 777 Japanese 668 Hispanic/Latino 588 African American/Black 539 Marshallese 466 Other 458 Other Pacific Islander 421 Other Asian 243 Multi-Racial 205 Chinese 188 Korean 112 Tongan 92 Native American 91 Vietnamese 87 Portuguese 71 Micronesian 42 Ponapean 30 Thai 28 Kosraean 22 Fijian 3 Southeast Asian 1 Palauan 1 Yapese 1 TOTAL 15427 4



Mihoko Ito, Chair

John Whalen, Vice Chair

Mike Moses, Secretary

Wade Kodama, Treasurer

Dana-Ann Takushi, Past Chair

Cappy Fasi

Elaine Fujiwara

Reid Hokama

Josie Howard

Patricia Kim

Anne Lopez

Pomai Moniz

Nicole Rino

Wai‘ale‘ale Sarsona

Kelly Ueoka

Shaun Ushijima

Craig Warren


Ryan Kusumoto, President & CEO

Norma Spierings, Chief Development Officer

Margaret Takahashi, Chief Administrative Officer

Melissa Cretsinger, VP of Administration

Dawn Kurisu, VP of Strategy and Innovation

Ben Naki, EVP of Early Education Programs

Tina Porras-Jones, EVP of Community Building Programs

Marie Vorsino, EVP of Intervention Programs

Lara Won, VP of Fiscal Services / Controller

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Mahalo to all of our public, private, and nonprofit partners who continue to support Parents

And Children Together in our mission to build peaceful, vibrant, strong communities with opportunities for all to fulfill their dreams.

1300 Halona Street Honolulu, Hawaii 96817 (808) 847-3285 ParentsAndChildrenTogether.org

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