Revisiting old friends reveals creativity and growth among Hawaii’s nonprofits

In the spirit of the holidays, let’s revisit old friends and acquaintances – nonprofit organizations that have shared their stories in HANO columns over the past two years. True to the nonprofit spirit, these organizations continue to move forward, often in new directions, as they adapt to challenges and find creative ways to fulfill their…

Nonprofit finds its new leader thanks to a touch of serendipity

A touch of serendipity has guided Michael Marsh to his new role as leader of a Hawaii nonprofit that cares for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The self-described civil rights activist joined Responsive Caregivers of Hawaii on Aug. 1 as its president and CEO and already is setting both short-term and long-term goals for…

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