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Nonprofit offers up to $1,000 per person for Windward Oahu families in need

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HONOLULU (KITV4) - Hawaiian Community Assets, in partnership with the Castle Foundation, announced their plan to offer over $100,000 via the Windward Oahu Homeowner Assistance Fund to help Windward Oahu families pay their monthly bills.

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Hawaiian Community Assets (HCA), a nonprofit that works to help Hawaii families achieve financial and rental stability and ultimately homeownership, has more than $100,000 to help Windward Oahu residents pay their monthly bills. 

The Assistance fund will offer to $1,000 per person (80% area median income and below), with the goal to assist homeowners with back and prospective utilities, car repair/registration fees, cell service, and personal loans to pay off utilities. Funding for the grant is available while it lasts to Windward Oahu residents through the end of 2022.  

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Kathryn spent the last decade in the Bay Area working in nonprofits, education, and communications consulting. She has a B.A. in English from St. Mary's College of CA and an M.A. in Public Affairs and Politics from the University of San Francisco.

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