Mō‘ili‘ili Community Center

The Mō‘ili‘ili Senior Center is dedicated to enriching seniors’ lives through activities that enhance fine motor skills, cognition, balance and strength. Our offerings include exercise, dance, music, crafts, painting, Japanese and multicultural games. We strive to keep seniors safe, informed and connected.

The Mō‘ili‘ili Community Center (MCC) Senior Program serves seniors 60 years and older living from Ward Avenue to Hawai‘i Kai. It receives partial funding from the Elderly Affairs Division, Department of Community Services, City and County of Honolulu, and the Hawai‘i Executive Office of Aging, an Aloha United Way Agency.

Mō‘ili‘ili: A Community with Rich Heritage

Mō‘ili‘ili has a rich history and cultural diversity. MCC began as a Japanese language school and continues to offer after-school Japanese language classes along with an after-school program that includes homework assistance, fun exercise and play. Keiki and kūpuna engage in shared activities, bridging generations and emphasizing sonkei — respect and care for elders.

MCC: A Hub of Support

Since 1945, MCC has been a cornerstone of Mō‘ili‘ili, offering programs such as:

  • Mō‘ili‘ili Senior Center (MSC): Fitness, arts, crafts, health talks and educational workshops
  • Kupuna Support Program (KSP): Respite care with social activities, hot meals, daily exercise, and cognitive activities
  • Children and Family Program (CFP): Afterschool programs, summer camps and cultural activities are offered

Community Impact

At Mō‘ili‘ili Community Center, we create a supportive environment where seniors can thrive. We welcome you to visit us, participate in our programs, and stay active and connected at the Mō‘ili‘ili Senior Center.

Join us in celebration of Mō‘ili‘ili’s rich cultural diversity and become a valued member of our vibrant community today.

MŌ‘ILI‘ILI COMMUNITY CENTER (private nonprofit)
2535 South King St., Honolulu, HI 96826
808-955-1555 | office@moiliilicc.org


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