Homeless Hold Press Conference

(KHNL) -- Dozens of homeless who have lived at honolulu churches for the past month will be moving on.

Sunday is the last night over 150 people displaced by the nighttime closure of Ala Moana Beach Park will be staying at Kawaiahao and Central Union Churches.

The group "Ohana O Hawaii," or the voice of the houseless, expressed their thanks for the outpouring of support and help by the churches.

Various community organizations have also worked on transitional housing as well as health care for the homeless.

But some are disappointed, they have been kept in the dark over possible temporary housing sites.

Monday, members of Ohana O Hawaii will march from Honolulu Hale to Sand Island Park, which is one of three potential sites for a homeless camp.