On Thursday, March 19, 2020, Kroc Center Hawaii will officially transition away from normal operations in order to provide increased community assistance and support. The Center will continue to serve the community, but in a manner that looks different than normal.
Effective Thursday, there will be no public or member access to The Kroc Center and the following programs and offerings will be suspended through Sunday, April 5, 2020 (date is subject to change):
**Note: Spring Day Camp will continue to run through March 20.
What About Auto Pay for Membership and/or Programs?
The auto pay for April which is scheduled to run on March 20 will be suspended and will not run. The next autopay is scheduled for April 20 for the month of May, should the Kroc Center resume normal operations.
How will The Kroc continue to serve the community?
Kroc Center Hawaii is in contact with various agencies and community groups, and are identifying ways we can best serve the community at this time. Information about our outreach efforts and community assistance will be updated on our website. If you would like to partner with us in our service to the community, please contact us.
We have multiple avenues of communication set up for your convenience. Please take note of them and use regularly for the most up to date information:
Thank you for your patience during this process. We will continue to pray for the safety and well being of each of you and for wisdom in the decision-making taking place.
The Kroc Center Hawaii’s top priority is the health and safety of every patron. We are continuing to monitor the coronavirus situation (COVID-19) and are in contact with relevant State and Federal agencies (eg. State Department of Health, CDC, etc.) to ensure proper prevention measures and plans are in place.
We want to assure you that Kroc-wide precautions are being taken. Maintenance and program staff are following specific cleaning procedures to effectively clean and disinfect common areas. Increased cleaning duties and resources are being implemented throughout the center such as cleaning door handles/entryways, installing more sanitizing stations, and disinfecting equipment.
We have shared specific instructions with our employees on the importance of washing their hands and staying home if they feel sick or are returning from country with an outbreak of COVID-19. In the event a patron or employee contracts COVID-19, we will work closely with the Hawaii State Department of Health to enact a response protocol for the safety and security of all other patrons.
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Kroc Center would also like to advise everyone to adhere to the following CDC guidelines:
As a precaution, if you are returning from an area that is on the CDC travel warning list, we ask that you stay home for at least 14 days upon return to Hawaii. For more information on travel advisories, please visit the CDC’s website.
At this time, the Kroc Center Hawaii will remain open for normal member operations and select programming. Canceled classes and activities are noted below. We are monitoring the situation closely and will provide updates here. We appreciate your understanding as we work together to keep our community safe.
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