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Our logo features three main motifs found across various cultures of Oceania.

The Red-tailed Tropicbird is native to Oceania. Its feathers are often used in ceremonial regalia throughout the Pacific. The Tropicbird is known to always return home no matter how far it travels. The Pasifika Diaspora, while far away from home, like the tropicbird, we are tethered to our cultural homelands.

The moon is seen as the Goddess of Beauty and Clarity in many island traditions. It is the divine feminine energy, that brings clarity and wholeness of thought. The moon represents our Pasifika wisdom traditions that keep up grounded. It is our commitment to always center the wisdom of our ancestors.

Pasifika Navigators, when wayfinding, have to “see the island”, through the storms and through the vastness of the Ocean to stay the course. The star represents the “island destiny” we are journeying towards together with our canoes side by side traveling in unison. The star also represents our familial ties to the cosmic bodies as a part of our kinship in our creation stories.

Please do not use our logo without expressed permission from our Communications Department.

🔔 Office Closure Reminder

We will be closed from June 5th to June 12th for a Pasifika Wellness Week. We have been given the opportunity for many of our PICA staff to attend the FESTPAC Celebration in Honolulu, Hawai’i during this time.  
For PICA, this week is a time to honor our cultures, our communities and each other. Our vision as an agency is to live out the values of Pasifika that center our community power, while affirming our ways of life.  FESTPAC is in direct alignment of PICA’s goal of furthering the wellness of our communities in physical, cultural, socially and spiritual approaches. It is in this framework that our presence will be made in addition to celebrating our history and receiving culturally relevant/culturally specific trainings, workshops, and much more.


If you are in need of emergency support during this time, please call 211. Otherwise, you may fill out our referral form here and our team will follow up with you as soon as possible upon our return. You may also leave us a message or voicemail at contact@picawa.org / (206) 686-5221.

Thank you for your patience and understanding!