Aloha United Way

Help us make a difference. Designate FCJC—in your United Way workplace campaign.

Hawai’i Children’s
Justice Centers

O’ahu Children’s
Justice Center

Like Us on Facebook

CJC Board Members
Anson Okimoto, President
Stanford Lum, Treasurer
Anne Ezer,
Secretary

Laurie Chang
Victor Corpuz
Stephanie Johnson
Debbie Kim
spacerMorikawa
Melissa Lewis
Jasmine Mau-Mukai
Kathy Muneno
spacer Thompson
Calvin Pang
Susan Pang-
spacer Gochros

   

3rd ANNUAL HOPE AND HEALING
On November 1, 2014, Friends of the CJC of Oahu held "Hope and Healing 2014", a benefit for the Children's Justice Center. Thanks to all who attended and supported the event!

Hope and Healing

(L-R): Cari Tasoe, Jasmine Mau-Mukai, Anson Okimoto with Hope and Healing 2014 Co-Chairs Lauri Madanay and Sandi Hino. View larger image

Hope and Healing

(L-R): Wayne Yoshioka, Scott Seu, Jovi Yoshioka, Carrie Okinaga, Debbie Kim Morikawa, Melanie Martin, Council Chair Ernie Martin, Mike Kido. View larger image

Hope and Healing

(L-R): Polly Tice, Jessica Munoz, Nalani Holliday, Maile Zambuto, Jeanie Schmaltz, Deborah Glazier. View larger image

Hope and Healing

(L-R): Dudley Hulbert and Sono Hirose-Hulbert. View larger image

Hope and Healing

(L-R): Master of Ceremonies Justin Cruz and Kathy Muneno Thompson. View larger image

Hapalua

(L-R): Kelly Steiner, Melissa Totherow, Colleen Kelly, Robin Martin, Melissa Lewis, and Tracy Comerford. View larger image

Hope and Healing

(L-R): Sandee Bryan, Kristen Chan, Helena Barahal, Wanda Watumull, Stephanie Johnson, Brynn Foster, Kim Hehir, Colleen Heyer, Makani Maeva, Julianna Erickson. View larger image

Hapalua

Line Dancing led by L. Kae Graniel. View larger image


2nd ANNUAL HOPE AND HEALING
On November 2, 2013, Friends of the CJC of Oahu held "Hope and Healing 2013", a benefit for the Children's Justice Center in celebration of 25 years of service for Oahu's abused children. Thanks to all who attended and supported the event!

Hope and Healing

Front Row (L-R): Anson Okimoto, Faith Yoshida, Nancy Tolentino
Back Row (L-R): Debbie Kim Morikawa, Carol Shoji, Elyse Smout, Lisa Pang-Saito, Julie Buto, Jasmine Mau-Mukai, Cari Tasoe. View larger image

Hapalua

(L-R): Byron and Kim Yoshino, Loren and Brad Pulice. View larger image

Hapalua

Cheryl Hetherington, Kristen Chan, Stephanie Johnson. View larger image

Hope and Healing

(L-R): Tara Meichtry, Shryah Maurer, Nicci Mowat, Jason Zambuto, Maile Zambuto, Cee Cee Simmons, Nani Blake, Nedra Nanson, Malia Kamisugi.
View larger image

Hope and Healing

(L-R): Sherry Harper Wong, Joelle Kane, Patty Schremmer, Corin Gentry, Candes Gentry, Ronald Lau. View larger image

Hapalua

(L-R): Ana-Lisa Bartelt, Holly Bloom, Maxine Smith-Sullivan, Darrien Thornley, Kim McCumsey, June Ching, Mark Matsusaka, Randall Platt. View larger image


HAPALUA

Hapalua

Running 13.5 miles though puddles and curtains of rain didn’t dampen the spirits of the many runners who supported Children’s Justice Center of Oahu (CJC) at the second annual Hapalua, Hawaii’s Half Marathon run in March. A big MAHALO to all who helped raise over $30,000 for CJC. Your efforts are greatly appreciated! (L-R): Sherry Harper Wong, Nedra Manson, Nan Hwang Baker, Wanda Watumull, Stephanie Johnson, Kathy Uyeda, Amanda Hotchin, Kate Growney, Anson Okimoto.

Hapalua

(L-R): Roy Mizushima, Hae Okimoto, Francis Wong, Dean Morihara, Kathy Uyeda, Morris Miyamoto, Anson Okimoto.

Hapalua

(L-R): Dyrk Teramae, Jaryd Yee, Anne Yoshizawa, Justin You, Lt. Randy Platt. Back row (L-R): Jonathan Ono, Jennifer Young, Cari Tasoe, Christopher Suzuki, Detective Mark Matsusaka.


HELPING HAWAII'S CHILD VICTIMS

Child Abuse Awareness

A group of young soccer players got a kick out of spearheading a collection of roughly 1,000 slippers to raise awareness of Hawaii’s abused children during April, traditionally Child Abuse Awareness and Sexual Assault Prevention Month. The Children’s Justice Center (CJC) and Friends of Children’s Justice Centers (FCJC) send a warm mahalo to the Leahi Green girls’ soccer team, pictured in front (in green t-shirts). The girls coaches, parents, members of CJC and FCJC, and various partnering organizations surround them. Special thanks also to Missing Child Center of Hawaii and Girl Scouts of Hawaii for their support!


THE POWER OF ONE

Power of One

Never underestimate the power of one. For her individual English project, Kamehameha Schools sophomore Kaili Perez chose Children’s Justice Center of Oahu (CJC) because “CJC is a great cause that helps the children of Hawaii.” Kaili singlehandedly held a series of three bake sales during her spring break and netted $600 for the Center. MAHALO to Kaili, surrounded by CJC staff, from l-r, Sandie Kato, Cari Tasoe, Elyse Smout, Nancy Tolentino, Kaili Perez, Carol Shoji, Lisa Pang-Saito and Jasmine Mau-Mukai.

 

 

Back to Home