HACBED is a nonprofit intermediary that works to build the capacity of families and communities so that they have choice and control to push at social, economic, and environmental justice.
For 25 years, HACBED's core competencies have been holding spaces for tough conversation, collecting stories and data, and disseminating that information. Recognizing that impact is limited when work is done in silos, HACBED begins with active listening to build relationships and break down barriers to create networks and partnerships and provide support to them to bring about systemic change.
HACBED's strategic focuses are facilitation and network weaving, community and organizational capacity building, community based planning, and asset development and policy. HACBED thus plays the role of network facilitator, catalyst, and advocate to support community building. To see just how we do this, check out our Projects page above.
Now accepting applications!!! (Sustainable Community Food Center Network AmeriCorps VISTA Position at HACBED)
We are now accepting applications, via the AmeriCorps website, for the Sustainable Community Food Center Network AmeriCorps VISTA position at HACBED. The position is scheduled to begin in November 2018 (1-year term). The online application can be found by clicking HERE. Sustainable Community Food Center Network at HACBED The Hawaii Sustainable Community Food Center Network Read more about Now accepting applications!!! (Sustainable Community Food Center Network AmeriCorps VISTA Position at HACBED)[…]
We are now accepting applications, via the AmeriCorps website, for the Project Hoʻohiapo AmeriCorps VISTA position at HACBED. The position is scheduled to begin in November 2018 (1-year term). The online application can be found by clicking HERE. Project Hoʻohiapo at HACBED (Agricultural Education) The goals of the program are to provide educational opportunities, encourage Read more about Now accepting applications!!! Project Ho’ohiapo at HACBED (Agricultural Education).[…]
Please click on the following link to read HACBED Executive Director Brent Kakesako’s most recent article on Rooflines: Link (via Rooflines)
Annual kickoff event for the 2017 VITA Program tax season. Please see flyer for more details.
If you need more information, please use the contact information provided on the flyer. Because HACBED is no longer the VITA Program coordinator, we highly recommended contacting Hawaii Tax Help directly for more detailed information.
Mālama Learning Center JOB DESCRIPTION Job Title: Operations Manager Position Type: Part-time position Salary: Negotiable Work Location: Employee may work out of home or other location Start Date: January 2017 I. Summary of Position The Operations Manager of the Mālama Learning Center (MLC) plays a key role in providing back-office services to allow the organization Read more about Operations Manager position opening at Malama Learning Center[…]
Although HACBED is no longer the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program coordinator, we wanted to let everyone know that the program will still be available through another non-profit organization. For those interested in the program, please go to http://www.hawaiitaxhelp.org/ for more information. Although tax return site information is not yet available for the 2017 Read more about New Coordinator for VITA Program[…]
We are happy to announce that there is another AmeriCorps VISTA position/opportunity at HACBED! Please feel free to pass on the application link to those who might be interested. https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=69555&fromSearch=true Nutritious Food Sustainability Network at HACBED Goal of the Project: The Hawaii Sustainable Nutritious Food Network (Hawaii SNFN) was designed to support parishes across the Read more about New AmeriCorps VISTA Opportunity (Nutritious Food Sustainability Network)!!![…]
Aloha! Welcome to the new HACBED website! As you can see, we’ve made a few changes… Take a look around and let us know what you think! Mahalo for visiting!