ADOPT AN 'OHANA
One (1) of our mission in the "MKL COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS" is our "HOMELESS" mission and this mission is to have our community understand that there are an increasing ratio of 'ohana (family) in need within the back doors of the State of Hawai'i. The Founder believes in H.O.P.E.™ (Help Our People Excel) and with this concept we as a community or as an individual can make a difference. Even though our foundation is small, we are big at heart and with our hearts we as an organization supports this cause by arranging fund raising events through our 'ohana affiliate "CREATIONS OF HAWAI'I". With the profits that are made we purchase everyday necessities and provide them to 'ohanas around our island.
If you would like to support the "HOMELESS" in general or "Adopt an 'Ohana" in need, please contact us at the MKL COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS at (808)735-4510 Extension 4.
Aloha Ke Akua!
 MEFY 'OHANA (John, Janna, Nary Matap & Datano), Makiki, O`ahu - A family of five (5) with Father, Mother, & 3 sons: Kids clothes, Beddings (pillows and bed covers), Kids diapers, Detergent, light material pop-up tent (camouflage)
Five (5) blankets, five (5) pillows
 MINO, Honolulu, O`ahu - Female (51 Years Old):
Toilet paper, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, bath soap, hair brush, personal necessity bags.
 CHEF, Honolulu, O`ahu - Male (42 Years Old):
Tent, Blank, Sleeping bag, Men's Clothing
 DARCI, Honolulu, O`ahu - Female (21 Years Old):
Bicycle, Pepper Spray Mace, Tent, Blank, Sleeping bag, Clothing, ,
 CYDNEE ACRES & JOBIE KAEO,Waikiki, O`ahu - 2 Members with Female 6 months hapai: A two person light material pop-up tent (camouflage), easy to open can goods, eating utensils, non refrigerator food, Portable and small propane gas stove with Tembra refills (gas propane), vitamins, easy to carry baby essentials with clothing for new born when dueTexsport hexagon dome tent (camouflage),
 ROXANNE HIGHLAND, Waikiki, O`ahu - Female:
Pepper Spray Mace, easy to open can goods, eating utensils,
paper goods, non refrigerator food, lantern
 SASSELY TOBOSA, Waikiki, O`ahu - 19 yr Female:
A two person light material pop-up tent (camouflage), Pepper Spray Mace, easy to open can goods, eating utensils, paper goods, non refrigerator food, lantern
Texsport hexagon dome tent (camouflage), 4-Easy to open cans of Chef Boyardee Cheesy Burger Macaroni (2) & Spaghetti & Meatballs (2), paper plates, plastic forks, Case of 18 Cans of Libby's Vienna Sausage, 2-Packages of Shirakiku Seasoned Seaweed, 2-Pringles containers (Bacon Ranch, Cheddar Cheese), Mini Led Camp Lantern
We at the MKL COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS would like to thank all of the contributors whom had assisted us is providing necessary items such as food, a variety of personal necessities, moral support and great vision to assist us in getting these homeless individuals and families off the homeless path. Without your support and participation we are unable to share these great “Success Stories”!
 KANEALI'I KALANI, Waikiki, O`ahu - Senior Male:
WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT KANEALI'I KALANI IS NOW IN TEMPORARY HOUSING ON THE ISLAND OF O'AHU FOR 2 YEARS. 
 KAY JORDAN, Waikiki, O`ahu - Widow Female:
WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT KAY JORDAN
IS NOW IN A TEMPORARY HOUSING ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAI'I. 
 DEVIN RATLIFF, Waikiki, O`ahu- Young Male:
WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT DEVIN RATLIFF IS NOW RELOCATED AND REUNITED WITH HIS FAMILY IN OREGON STATE. 
SPIRITS MOVE ON
"Spirits Move On” section is dedicated to our recipients that loss their journey of recovery and the unfortunate challenges that was endured to win. We were blessed with the time they had with us on earth and bless their families as their "Spirits need to move on" without their loved one.
 MAKANALANI OKE AKUA KONANUI & FAMILY:
Hilo, Hawai`i - When she first came to us she was 13 year old young female that has Leukemia AML Cancer. Entire family had to abruptly move from Hilo to Honolulu to have their daughter get sufficient enough medical treatment for her cancer. It is with great sadness that her wonderful life was finally taken on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 at the age of 15. Her spirit will live on and if you are reading this I encourage you to view her touching story. This family has many needs and even though the time has past the family still require support and I encourage you to donate what you can to the address in the link of this article from West Hawaii Today:
With respect to the recipients of the "Adopted 'Ohana" program
the above images have been altered to protect their true identity.