“It was important to us for the new online home to tell our full story and become a resource for all the members of our community, from the persons with disabilities and their family and caretakers, to the donors and volunteers who help to support our services and programs,” said Keane Akao, Executive Director of United Cerebral Palsy Association of Hawaiʻi.
The new website features:
- Streamlined design and navigation
- News updates and upcoming events
- More information about Cerebral Palsy and the community we serve
- Resources for clothing drive partners
- More ways to give