Christmas Wish Program

Our Christmas Wish Program is designed for the community to bring the wonders and joy of holiday spirit to the unsheltered children of our islands. In the life of a homeless child, Christmas can become a defining moment that stays with them for a lifetime. 

Santa's arrival assures these children that they are cared for. Receiving their wish from Santa builds their self-worth. We deliver the full scope of Christmas to their lives, from Santa's gifts to their filled Stockings and a nutritious holiday meal spent with their 'ohana.   

Donate now, or find an opportunity below that best fits your interests. Every bit of generosity helps the holiday magic come to life for our unsheltered keiki.

Project Hawai’i, Inc. needs you to help create this life changing moment and get involved today.

Christmas Tree Cookies

You can choose a child to sponsor and become their Secret Santa. Bring the Magic of Christmas alive for a homeless child.

Stocking are so important to the overall success of our Christmas programs, providing activities and snacks for the long holiday break, and bringing tradition to life.

Santa's Love

Love to organize people? Love to fundraise and work with the community? This is your opportunity to help our Secret Santa program.

Over 1,ooo children will be sleeping in a tent on Christmas Eve.Your Company can be the reason the children wake up to a gift from Santa.

Wrapped Gifts

Be someone's superhero. Teens are the largest growing homeless population and these precious souls are also more often the children not chosen at Christmas.

What would the holidays be without the food? With your donation, you can assure that a family has a healthy holiday meal, together. 

Christmas Decorations

There is no better way to bring the holiday spirit to life than helping Santa deliver presents to unsheltered keiki. Help fill his sleigh with a small donation today. 

Bring Christmas cheer to one of the sixty preschoolers we sponsor with our program. Your donation makes holiday memories every child deserves.