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Developed exclusively for Hawaii by Pacific Resource Partnership, the KĀKOU civic engagement app makes it easy for users to engage with elected officials and participate in the legislative process.

 

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Search for elected officials and instantly connect with them.

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Weigh in on issues that matter to you

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Download the KAKOU app here:

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Understanding that meaningful change can't be achieved by a single organization, PRP partnered with six local non-profit organizations dedicated to supporting diverse community needs. 

Through KĀKOU, community partners are able to inform their members and supporters of legislation, send out alerts and updates, and share engagement and advocacy opportunities. 

Apple users can download KĀKOU from the App Store; Android users via the Google Play Store. App users have full access to the Hawaii Directory of Public Officials and can register to follow and support each partner's advocacy efforts. 

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About Pacific Resource Partnership 

PRP is a not-for-profit organization that represents the Hawaii Regional Council of Carpenters, the largest construction union in the state, and more than 240 of Hawaii’s top contractors. Through this unique partnership, PRP has become an influential voice for responsible construction and an advocate for creating a stronger, more sustainable Hawaii in a way that promotes a vibrant economy, creates jobs and enhances the quality of life for all residents.

As a long time proponent of civic engagement, PRP believes that a single voice can illuminate an issue, but a chorus of voices can bring about change. PRP created KĀKOU to increase public participation in the legislative process by giving the people of Hawaii an easy way to weigh in on the decisions that impact their lives, their communities and the state.