The Kokua Council is one of Hawai‘i’s oldest advocacy groups. Kokua Council empowers seniors and other concerned citizens to be effective advocates in shaping the future and well-being of our community. The Council encourages those needing help in advocating for themselves.
Kokua Council embraces diversity and extends a special invitation to any senior or intergenerational-minded person interested in advocating for these important issues in Hawai‘i. Its monthly meetings include performances by community groups, visits by political candidates and discussions on local and national issues.
- Annual membership is $10.
- The public is welcome to join monthly meetings:
- Date: The fourth Monday of each month
- Time: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- Location: Miyama Main Hall, Harris United Methodist Church at Nu‘uanu Ave. and South Vineyard Blvd. There is ample parking.
- Lunch: Optional, with a donation of $5.
For more information, please call President of Kokua Council Larry Geller at (808) 540-1928 or visit KokuaCouncil.org.