Rotary Clubs of Hickam Pearl Harbor and Honolulu Sunset joined forces in feeding the homeless at the Provisional Outdoor Screening and Triage Facility (POST) at Ke`ehi Lagoon Beach Park for Oahu's homeless persons.
President, Mylene Reyes, along with Brian, Allen, Rob, Emilie, and Dennis represented the Rotary Club of Hickam Pearl Harbor while  preparing meals for the residents at the Provisional Outdoor Screen and Triage Facility (POST) at Ke`ehi Lagoon Beach Park. Joined by members of the Rotary Club of Honolulu Sunset, the small group of Rotarians were able to feed nearly 60 residents on Saturday, May 16, 2020.

Even during this worldwide pandemic, it is still very important to Rotarians to be able help those that are less fortunate. President Reyes said that"it feels good to be out doing service projects again!" She continues, "We're all in this together!"
What is POST?
Provisional Outdoor Screening and Triage Facility serves as a temporary resource for homeless persons who are:
  • unable to access shelters due to current capacity issues
  • in need of a place to self-quarantine as a result of the statewide mandatory quarantine for incoming arrivals
  • uanble to practice physical distancing and hygiene at their current unsheltered location
Where is POST?
One of the locations had been launched at Ke`ehi Lagoon Beach Park adn provides meals, hygiene, and security. Contains a 5-day intake followed by a 15-day lock down, with no in-out priveledges once lock down begins. 
POST is pet-friendly and available 24/7. 
POST was spearheaded by the Honolulu Police Department and supported by the State of Hawaii's Ohana Zone funds.