Let me say this, many thank yous to the awesome Pacific Islander Community Association of Washington (PICAWA), specifically brother Joseph Seia for what he did and does for our community. Beautiful humans of PASIFIKA are, at least in the state of Washington, taken care of in the so many little...
"You know Cal, the smiles I see when I delivered food to our Kosraeans made me so happy. Thank you and PICAWA for doing this for our Pasifika communities." Deacon Driskell of Kosrae.
Our PICA family is at work again on this September the 17th of 2020, in the middle of the Pandemic and hardships that our community is facing. These foods and supplies will go a long ways in helping them out.
The main focus of most of the groups I have been part of is to find ways and resources to mitigate the impact of COVID19 on our people.
Last day for our sisters from Guam as they are prepared to head back home to paradise. We wish them the very best and hope to meet up one day.
The day we got them fishes and more Pacific Islander Community Association Youth Members showed up to get more volunteer hours. It was an awesome feeling to caught fishes and got a lot of help too.
Gallery of Pacific Islander Community Association Member Volunteers handing out food to Pasifika community and others while doing many other activities.
Gallery of Pacific Islanders Community Association of Washington Volunteers handing out food to Pasifika families and others during the early days of the COVID19 Pandemic.
PICAWA GALLERY OF VOLUNTEERS, documenting our moment of helping the Pasifika community with food and supplies during the summer of 2020.
It's a MISDEMEANOR! In Washington State, that's a possibility of 90 days in jail or up to $1,000 fine. Let's just wear our masks when out in public please.