About Here to Help

The Here to Help logo was created to visually represent this commitment. The place marker—an upside-down tear shape—is a commonly used symbol on maps to identify where something can be found. Kalo, the official state plant of Hawai'i, "expresses the spiritual and physical well-being" of Hawai'i's people, and also "symbolizes the environmental, social and cultural values important to the State." Together, these two images convey a message of being present for students in the development of their well-being.



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