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After serving the homeless population in the Mainland for 25 years, Regina Weller was invited to the Big Island by Steve and Mavourneen Wilcox of the Wilcox Foundation.   Regina arrived here at the start of 2018 and expanded the 501(c)3 Nonprofit Charity to the State of Hawaii under the name: 

        808 Homeless Task Force

"The days are over when one could walk by a homeless person and think 'they are not my business, not my concern, or I don't want to be involved'.  The numbers have substantially increased, they are everywhere and in your presence -  it's a hardship for them and for any community.   I consider this a crisis.  It needs to be addressed as an emergency, and it's imperative to address the needs one person at a time.  We cannot put people in a box, they are individuals just like you and I.   They need guidance and direction to get out of the hole they're in.  Problem solving and practical methodology cannot be delayed.  Acts of goodwill are the only remedy to saving a life and bettering the community as a whole."  - Regina Weller


Happenings you shouldn't miss in the weeks ahead.

January 11th


In the News - West Hawaii Today

West Hawaii Today has written an amazing news article about our organization! 

The article discusses Regina Weller's different approach to addressing the homeless crisis in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.

Click here to read the article!

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14TH, 7:30am



KAILUA KONA, HAWAII - "Homeless Outreach Nurturing Our Community".  

Through the inspiration and leadership of Officers Wyatt Nahale and Rueben Pukahi of the Kona Police Department, this new work incentive program aims "to integrate the homeless back into the community by having them work on projects under positive guidance."    Gift cards and other incentives will be provided for their participation.    Come out and support this valuable endeavor - the entire community is invited to come and participate in this collective community event!  

Meeting place:  Hope Services Friendly Place Campus located at: 55-5955 Pawai Place, Kailua Kona, Hawaii 96740.

In collaboration with the Kona Police Department, 

the 808 Homeless Task Force is facilitating the funding for the Honour Program.   

We appreciate any monetary support for the purchase of materials and incentives. 

 A tax deductible receipt will be readily provided.   Please send your support to:

 808 Homeless Task Force, P.O. Box 731, Captain Cook, Hawaii 96704 .   

OR you may donate here by clicking the PayPal button below.


*NOTE:  See West Hawaii Today news article from this Event that took place on November 14th! :  

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11:45 every Thursday


Awesome Event - Shelter Luncheon Every Thursday

Sponsored by Living Stones Church.  

 Held at the Hope Services Friendly Place Campus  located at:  55-5955 Pawai Pl, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740


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