The 2020 Statewide Homeless Awareness Virtual Conference in November 2020 brought together more than 1,100 people from across the state for sessions and panels about one of the biggest issues facing Hawai‘i.
Along with other community leaders, Four Omidyar Fellows participated in the panels of a two-part session, "Collaborating During COVID-19: Lessons Learned from Multi-Stakeholder Efforts." The discussions focused on the ways nonprofit organizations, community members, the private sector, governments, and philanthropists can build effective collaborations to help those in need. Featured Fellows include:
From Part 1:
From Part 2:
To watch the full-length recordings of the panels, or to see all the recordings from the two-day session, visit the links below.
In this issue: New Cohort Update • Key Takeaway: The Art of Communication • COVID-19 Hawai‘i Research • Making Spirits Bright: Holiday Activity Book & Mandu Recipe • Letting Go of 2020 • Happy Holidays from the Hawai‘i Leadership Forum