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Kaiser awards $150K in grants to two Hawaii nonprofits for keiki COVID-19 education

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii has awarded grants totaling $150,000 to two Hawaii nonprofits to help them increase awareness about COVID-19 and vaccine safety among school-aged youth in communities disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. The Hawaii Science and Technology Museum will use the funds to support its Keiki Heroes program, a community initiative that provides families with fun, engaging, and culturally relevant ways to encourage healthy habits.

KH and HSTM in the Honolulu Star Advertiser:

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#Keaau -- you're up!Come visit us tomorrow at our testing and vaccine pop-up at HPM Shipman Business Park! Our partners at Premier Medical Group Hawaii, Our Kuleana Hawaii, and COVID Pau will be offering testing and vaccines for everyone ages 5+ from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.Don't miss out! Art and graphics: www.yukogreen.com#COVIDPau #HIGotVaccinated #HawaiiCOVID19 #covidnotpau #DOHHawaii #hawaii #hawaiicovid19 #keikiHeroes ... See MoreSee Less

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