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FCJC Oahu is participating in Give Aloha, Foodland’s Annual Community Matching Gift Program. Throughout the entire month of September, visit your local Foodland, Sack N Save or Foodland Farms and if you make a donation to FCJC Oahu, Foodland and the Western Union Foundation will match a portion of each donation!

How to Donate:

  1. At checkout, present your Maika’i card and let the cashier know that you would like to make a donation to Friends of the Children’s Justice Center of Oahu, code number 78789.
  2. Tell the cashier how much you would like to donate. Your donation will be added to your grocery purchase total.
  3. You may donate up to $249 (any amount in excess of $249 will not be matched).
  4. “FCJC Oahu” and your donation amount will appear on your receipt.
  5. Donor names will not be released to FCJC Oahu, so please let us know of your gift so that we may properly acknowledge you! Give Aloha donations are tax-deductible. Ask the cashier for a duplicate receipt to submit to FCJC Oahu.

Mahalo for your consideration!

 Hope and Healing 2017

On November 4, 2017 Friends of CJC will hold our annual fall fundraiser – “Hope and Healing 2017 – Green and White Casino Night”. This event will benefit child victims of abuse on Oahu.

To make a donation please click here Hope and Healing Donation Form
Please submit all completed donation forms to Friends of the Children’s Justice Center of Oahu by fax, email, or mail.

To find out more information about our event please call 808-445-1873 or email

April 2017 Social Media Campaign


Past Events


The Future is Bright  |  November 2016

img_6911On November 5, 2016, Friends of CJC Oahu held “Hope and Healing 2016—The Future is Bright” to benefit child victims of abuse and CJC Oahu. Thanks to all who attended and supported the event!

2016 Hope and Healing Donors and Sponsors


Punahou Aquatics  |  July 2016

Punahou AquaticsIn CY2016, Friends provided new school supplies to over 200 child victims through the Back to School Project. Thanks to Punahou Aquatics for making a generous donation of over 700 school supplies!


Education Session and Recognition Luncheon  |  April 2016

In honor of April as Child Abuse Awareness and Sexual Assault Prevention Month, on April 22, 2016, Friends hosted the first Heroes of Hope Education Session and Recognition Luncheon at Oahu Country Club. Professionals from partner agencies, including Catholic Charities Hawaii, Child and Family Service, CJC Oahu and Consultants, Department of the Prosecuting Attorney, Family Court of the First Circuit, Honolulu Police Department Criminal Investigation Division, Kapiolani Child Protection Center, Sex Abuse Treatment Center, Department of the Attorney General, Department of Human Services/Child Welfare Services and Department of Public Safety, listened to the “Vicarious Trauma and Resiliency”, presented by Elizabeth Kent. These agencies also received 2016 Hereos of Hope Awards, presented by Chief Justice Mark Recktenwald. An adult survivor of child sexual abuse shared how having a “team” of professionals helped to make a positive impact on her life.

On behalf of the City and County of Honolulu, and Mayor Kirk Caldwell, Managing Director Roy Amemiya, Jr. presented a proclamation of April 22, 2016 to be 2016 Heroes of Hope Recognition Day.

A big Mahalo to all of the Heroes of Hope for never giving up and for their ongoing commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of Hawai‘i’s children!

Representatives from various agencies were presented with 2016 Heroes of Hope awards by Chief Justice Mark Recktenwald.


Pinwheel Garden at CJC Oahu  |  April 2016

Throughout the month of April, Friends, along with partners of CJC Oahu, created a vertical pinwheel garden at CJC Oahu. The pinwheel garden represents hope, health and justice for all children.

Mahalo to Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii for their partnerships and providing the pinwheels!

(Left) Friends of CJC Oahu’s Board Members wearing blue in recognition of April as Child Abuse Awareness and Sexual Assault Prevention Month. (Right) Members of the CJC Oahu Sex Abuse Investigative Team helped to create the annual Pinwheel Garden.