Pictured above are SWCC Board of Directors, Dan Motohiro and Denise Motohiro accepting a $10,000 Weinberg Grant from the Kalakaua Lions Club. The grant funds will be used to support facility repairs to the Center. AUGUST 22, 2015 – Honolulu, HI – The Susannah Wesley Community Center received a $10,000 grant from the Kalakaua Lions […]
Susannah Wesley Community Center is looking for four (4) Summer Associates through VISTA to help with our summer enrichment program. To see which positions are currently posted on the recruitment site, you can search the site by going to: http://www.americorps.gov/for_individuals/ready/index.asp This is a full time 8 week commitment from June 8-August 3, 2015. This is […]
Susannah Wesley Community Center (SWCC)’s Kalihi Palama Juvenile Assessment Center (KPJAC) began accepting referrals from the Honolulu Police Department as of Monday, March 16, 2015. The KPJAC is a part of Ho‘opono Mamo Citation Process, a new juvenile justice diversion program that focuses on a culturally appropriate approach to working with youth and families. The […]
We are excited to announce that the Na Lei Aloha Foundation has awarded Susannah Wesley with a $25,000 grant to provide much needed enrichment activities and services for our Youth Service Center. Our Youth Programs encourage resiliency in youth and build upon individual and collective strengths that support their healthy transitions to adulthood. Our Youth Programs such as […]
2013 – 2014 marks the 115th year that Susie has been in existence. We are proud of our tradition of working with the most forgotten and neglected, those that fall between the cracks of traditional human services, alienated and often unable to access mainstream services. Please view a copy of our Annual Report for fiscal year 2014.
Happy Holidays Everyone, please view the Fall 2014 edition of the Susie News.
For over a half a century, Susannah Wesley Community Center (SWCC) has been at the forefront to meet the needs of Hawaii’s ever-changing and dynamic immigrant community. Located in the heart of the community as a safe shelter to come home to and a safe space to help newcomers to acculturate into American society. SWCC […]
From April 25-27, Louisville, Kentucky welcomed more than 7,000 United Methodist Women (UMW) and men, for the 2014 UMW Assembly, to address the theme “Make It Happen.” Our Executive Director, Ron Higashi, SWCC Board President, Adele Lum, and Human Trafficking Program Coordinator, Shantae Williams, were in attendance as guests of the National UMW office. During […]