A Capital Campaign to Rebuild Pearl Haven

Capital Campaign Committee

Jessica Munoz
Jeff Arce
Patrick Boyce
John Dean
Mike Hogan
Walter Sousa
Michelle Stofle
Susan Utsugi

  1. Pearl Haven naming opportunities –

  2. Gift to the Re/Imagine capital campaign (without naming option) please use general donation form and check the box indicating your gift is designated to the building fund.

Naming Opportunities at Pearl Haven

Re-imagine a capital campaign


  • Historic Building
  • Historic Lanai & Staircase to Historic Building


  • Entire Second Floor
  • Commercial Kitchen
  • Teaching Kitchen
  • SOLD Movement Studio SOLD
  • Multi-Purpose Room
  • Education Classroom 1
  • Education Classroom 2
  • Girl’s Residential Rooms (19 total)
  • SOLD Girl’s Quiet/Meditation Room SOLD
  • Girl’s Living/Gathering Room
  • Milieu Manager Room
  • Paraprofessional Room
  • Therapy Room 1
  • Therapy Room 2
  • SOLD Health Room SOLD


  • Entire First Floor
  • SOLD Atrium SOLD
  • Staff Education and Cultivation Room
  • Family Gathering and Visiting Room
  • Office of the Facilities Director
  • SOLD Office of the Clinical Director SOLD


  • SOLD Front Gate SOLD
  • SOLD Main Road SOLD
  • Garden 1
  • Garden 2
  • Green House
  • SOLD Athletic Field SOLD
  • Multi-Purpose Sport Court
  • Significant Trees (5 total)
  • SOLD Fire Pit SOLD
  • Stepping Stones (25 total)

Imagine Pearl Haven is open. Re-imagine these young girls’ stories.

Imagine the girls who have suffered these horrible abuses have an opportunity to heal at Pearl Haven. The 12-acre grounds will have brand new gardens and greenhouses. In the center of these grounds will stand the newly renovated 20,000 square foot, sustainable Pearl Haven residential therapeutic campus. Pearl Haven is being designed for future LEED certification. This campus is being renovated to house these girls and the many services they will receive. When a girl walks into Pearl Haven, she begins restorative trauma therapy designed for sexually trafficked girls. She receives a comprehensive array of sex trafficking specific programming and services that include individual and group therapy, clinical care, spiritual services, and family therapy. At Pearl Haven she learns critical life skills that include academic education, personal care and protection, interpersonal skills, music, and art. There is a training kitchen and movement studio where she can learn how to cook and dance. Our program helps her develop self-value. She now believes she can achieve her goals and dreams, and embraces the value and meaning of her life. She is able to stay with us for up to 2 years.

It is estimated 2,780 youth in Hawai‘i may be at risk of commercial sexual exploitation. 80% of runaway and homeless girls report having been sexually or physically abused. Within 48 hours of being on the streets, ⅓ of runaways will be approached for sexual services. Currently, the girls who are identified have nowhere to go for treatment. Pearl Haven is not a shelter. It is a residential treatment campus where these girls will have comprehensive care.