$49.7 Million
Total Awarded

$529,243
Year-To-Date

574
Total Projects

43
Year-To-Date

27,055
Native Hawaiins Served

135,386
Total Served

499
Grants Funded

75
In-Progress

9
Strategic Results

6
Strategic Priorities


Strategic Priority: Result Organization: Amount
Na Koa Opio: $1,000.00
Makahiki Ceremonies
Hawaii Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Participate in Culture
Let's Roll Foundation: $1,000.00
A Hula Dancers Salute in Arizona
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Department of Hawaiian Home Lands: $3,000,000.00
To cover debt service on bonds issued by DHHL that will be used to establish infrastructure support for Native Hawaiian affordable housing opportunities.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2016 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Ke Kukui Foundation: $1,000.00
3 Days of Aloha Festival in Washington
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hui o Hee Nalu, Inc.: $1,000.00
Cultural and educational activities
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services : $750.00
Malama I Kekahi for Hooulu Aina
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center: $2,000.00
Pacific Islander Needs Assessment Project in California
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Kanu O Ka Aina Learning Ohana: $1,500,000.00
To support Hawaiian-focused charter schools
Statewide BOT Initiative 2016 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Hoolehua Homestead Association: $750.00
Hoolehua & Palaau 90th Celebration of Homesteads
Molokai Sponsorship 2016 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Lau Kanaka no Hawaii: $500.00
32nd Annual Scholarship Luau in Arizona
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Education: Value History and Culture
Lunalilo Home: $200.00
2016 Annual Benefit Luau
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Papahana Kuaola: $1,750.00
3RD annual fundraiser
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Kualoa-Heeia Ecumenical Youth (KEY) Project: $1,600.00
KEY Project 12TH Annual Koolau Ohana Festival
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Piilani Hawaiian Civic Club of Colorado: $1,500.00
14TH Annual Hoolaulea in Colorado
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Education: Value History and Culture
Mana Maoli: $1,500.00
Mana Mele Music & Multimedia Academy
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Education: Value History and Culture
Kaonohi Foundation: $1,500.00
Sacramento Aloha Festival in California
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Ahupuaa o Molokai: $1,250.00
Aha Hoomoloa Kihei event to honor UH-Maui College Hawaiian Studies students
Molokai Sponsorship 2016 Education: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Psychological Association: $1,000.00
HPA 2015 Annual Convention
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Ala Kahakai Trail Association: $2,000.00
Ka'u community stewardship project
Hawaii Sponsorship 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
West Honolulu Rotary Club: $1,000.00
David Malo Award Banquet
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Pohai o Kamehameha: $1,000.00
10TH Annual Kalani Alii Awards
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Pacific Justice and Reconciliation Center: $1,000.00
Support Native Hawaiian spiritual and cultural based programs in correctional facilities
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Participate in Culture
Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation: $1,000.00
"Hoomalu ka Lehua i ka Wao" annual dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Lunalilo Home: $597,468.00
To complete building and infrastructure repairs to the existing Lunalilo Home facilites to maintain an environment of safety and comfort for residents.
Oahu BOT Initiative 2016 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
The Trust for Public Land: $500,000.00
To support the acquisition of the Kuamoo battlefield and burial grounds of Kona.
Hawaii BOT Initiative 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Hawaiian Community Assets: $265,059.00
Increasing Economic Self-Sufficiency of NHs through Stable Housing will provide financial literacy education, housing couseling, and asset building products to 500 low-income NHs to rent or own homes.
Statewide Community Grant 2016 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Parents and Children Together: $261,500.00
Ready to Work and Career Support Serviceswill increase the incomes of NHs by delivering services that promote employability and job retention including job preparation training, vocational and 2-year degree scholarships, and high school equivalancy preparation.
Oahu Community Grant 2016 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Univeristy of Hawaii - Office of Research Services: $250,000.00
To support the OHA Higher Education Scholarships program through the Native Hawaiian Science and Engineering Mentorship Program.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2016 Education: Exceed Education Standards
After School All-Stars: $236,975.00
These out-of-school programs in two Oahu (Nanakuli and Waianae) and three Hawai'i island (Kau, Keaau, and Pahoa) Title 1 middle and intermediate schools operate at school sites to provide comprehensive after-school programs to improve proficiency in Reading and Math, as evidenced by Hawaii State Assessment (HSA) test scores. This program provides an alternative to risky after-school activities, offers fun, social learning activities, and improves students' ability to advance to the next grade level.
Multiple Community Grant 2016 Education: Exceed Education Standards
The Estria Foundation: $226,500.00
Mele Murals project
Statewide BOT Initiative 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii : $221,550.00
Employment Core and Career Support Services for NHs will improve their ability to obtain higher-wage employment, thereby increasing their economic self-sufficiency.
Hawaii Community Grant 2016 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Hui Malama Learning Center: $219,995.00
Hui Malama Learning Center addresses the complex educational and social needs of at-risk youth ( those with emotional, cognitive, social, physical or behavioral issues, and lack fundamental literacy skills) at aged 11-24 by providing holistic and integrated educational services to improve reading and math proficiency and increase standardized test scores.
Maui Community Grant 2016 Education: Exceed Education Standards
The Queen's Medical Center: $190,000.00
The Hana Ola Project will implement a culturally relevant, community-based program based on health and nutrition education, and physical activity to reduce the incidence and severity of obesity among Native Hawaiians, in order to improve their overall well-being, and reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease risk factors.
Maui Community Grant 2016 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Boys and Girls Club of Maui: $184,000.00
The Power Hour Program provides a safe and nurturing environment for middle and high school youth to develop good study habits and where they can complete homework assignments, with the goal of improving Native Hawaiian student proficiency in Reading and Math so that they can increase standardized test scores.
Maui Community Grant 2016 Education: Exceed Education Standards
I Ola Lahui: $180,000.00
The K_lana Hawai_i project will provide comprehensive, culturally-minded weight and chronic disease management services to Native Hawaiian adults and their families to increase their engagement in healthy lifestyle behaviors such as dietary habits, physical activity, medication adherence, stress management, and reduce high risk behaviors such as smoking.
Oahu Community Grant 2016 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
University of Hawaii on behalf of Maui College: $175,000.00
CareerLink will provide support services, financial literacy and employment readiness workshops, GED preparation, scholarships, and employment opportunities to NHs in Maui County.
Maui Community Grant 2016 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA): $174,390.00
Hawaii Individual Development Account will provide financial education, counseling, and match savings grants up to $5,000 to eligible NH first-time home buyers in Hawaii to support 40 new homeowners by addressing barriers to homeownership.
Statewide Community Grant 2016 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Kanehunamoku Voyaging Academy: $150,000.00
The purpose of this project is to provide opportunities to Oahu youth to learn about and experience traditional Hawaiian navigation, and the dynamic and complex cycles of plant based resource management and skilled materials preparation used by ancient navigators to prepare for long distance voyages.
Oahu Community Grant 2016 Culture: Participate in Culture
Edith Kanakaole Foundation: $150,000.00
The purpose of this project is to rebuild and restore the Hula Heiau at Imakakoloa, Kau along with the ritual dances, chants, and vocabulary necessary for this work so that hula practitioners and their families from Hawaii and around the world will participate fully in this process from start to finish and beyond as a part of their Hula execution.
Hawaii Community Grant 2016 Culture: Participate in Culture
Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services: $143,000.00
The Ehuola _Ohana Health Project will foster health from the first breath through the last, preventing chronic disease through a conceptual framework of n_Ôau, Ô_ina and kai, kanaka, mauli and ola. Native Hawaiian keiki, m_kua, wahine h_pai and their kane will learn cultural practices supporting nutrition and birthing, reclaiming a legacy of health.
Oahu Community Grant 2016 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Kualapuu Public Conversion Charter School: $135,256.00
The Project P_Ôolo will work to reduce the rate of childhood obesity in students in grades K-6 and empower students and families in making positive health choices through a school-based initiative that integrates physical activity, health and nutrition education, and family engagement with in-school student support and clinical health services.
Molokai Community Grant 2016 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Kakoo Oiwi: $121,700.00
The purpose of this project is to restore and effectively manage ecologically and geographically linked kipuka within He_eia, increasing the capacity and resilience of ecological and food-producing systems in our ahupua_a for the benefit of Hawaiians and other community members on O_ahu.
Oahu Community Grant 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Boys and Girls Club of Hawai'i: $115,000.00
The Hua Ola Project will strengthen health for Native Hawaiian and other Club members by skillfully instilling healthy lifelong fitness and diet habits in the youth of 3 Boys & Girls Club of the Big Island communities through culturally responsive minds- and bodies-involved experiential healthy lifestyles education delivered by caring Club mentors.
Hawaii Community Grant 2016 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Salvation Army-Family Treatment Services: $112,000.00
The Ola Kino Maika_i project will provide women in residential substance abuse treatment, and their children, obesity prevention and intervention to prevent excessive weight gain while women are engaged in smoking cessation and learning to live a drug free lifestyle and to prevent feeding practices that could result in obesity in their children.
Oahu Community Grant 2016 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Kuaaina Ulu Auamo : $100,000.00
KUA will build and strengthen at least 3 "communities of practice" for aina-based food production, providing targeted, coordinated (1) facilitation, (2) technical assistance/training, and (3) communications that will join together the efforts of at least 30 rural Hawaiian communities to increase community-based, Hawaiian-centered food production.
Statewide Community Grant 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Hawaii Community Foundation: $250,000.00
To support the OHA Higher Education Scholarships program.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2016 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services : $100,000.00
The purpose of this project is to restore the health of the Kalihi Ôahupua_a by promoting cultural practices for kama__ina (residents) and malihini (visitors) to ultimately improve the health of the M_luawai watershed thereby ensuring its long-term sustainability.
Oahu Community Grant 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Ka Honua Momona International: $100,000.00
The purpose of this project is to return momona (health and abundance) to the land and people of Molokai through the community-based restoration of two ancient Hawaiian fishponds.
Molokai Community Grant 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
University of Hawaii Foundation: $100,000.00
To support the Senator Daniel Akaka Scholarship Endowment
Statewide BOT Initiative 2016 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Educational Services Hawaii Foundation: $89,030.00
The Imi Ike Learning Centers target at-risk Native Hawaiians, currently or formerly in foster, kith, kin care, in grades 4 to 12 by engaging them in academic and socio-emotional program, differentiated direct instruction and Hawaiian culture-based pedagogy, and meeting their multiple needs so they can meet or exceed standard-based testings in reading and math.
Oahu Community Grant 2016 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Ma Ka Hana Ka Ike: $78,300.00
The purpose of Mahele Farm is to provide agricultural skills training to Hana keiki, `ohana, and kupuna to promote sustainable food crop management, strengthen relationships between our `aina and community, increase the health of this kipuka, and enhance local stewardship of land-based cultural resources.
Maui Community Grant 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Kohe Malamalama o Kanaloa - Protect Kahoolawe Fund: $67,400.00
I Ola Kanaloa will strengthen the cultural identity and engagement of Native Hawaiian haumana, hui, and _ohana on Hawai_i, Maui, Moloka_i, O_ahu & Kaua_i by providing them the opportunity to connect with, honor and care for the __ina & cultural sites; revitalize cultural relationships; & learn cultural practices & protocols through Kaho_olawe.
Statewide Community Grant 2016 Culture: Participate in Culture
Hui Malama Ola Na Oiwi: $64,343.00
The purpose of this project is to provide Traditional Native Hawaiian Healing Art Education to Native Hawaiians throughout the communities of Hawai`i Island to perpetuate and develop strategies that expand the knowledge, respect and practical application of La`au Lapa`au, Lomilomi Ha Ha, La`au Kahea and Ho`oponopono.
Hawaii Community Grant 2016 Culture: Participate in Culture
Hawaii Community Foundation: $50,000.00
To support the Hawaii Environmental Funders Group (EFG)
Statewide BOT Initiative 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
PA'I Foundation: $48,257.00
MAMo: Maoli Arts Month is a broad community-based effort to celebrate the depth, breadth, and diversity of the Native Hawaiian arts community, to create economic opportunities for Native Hawaiian artists and cultural practitioners by increasing their presence in museums and galleries, and to educate locals and visitors about Native Hawaiian art.
Statewide Community Grant 2016 Culture: Participate in Culture
Kauai Food Bank, Inc.: $38,000.00
To implement the "Backpack Program" at Hawaiian focused charter schools on Kauai
Kauai BOT Initiative 2016 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Chaminade University of Honolulu: $33,000.00
To support scholarships for Native Hawaiian nursing students.
Oahu BOT Initiative 2016 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Hoomau Ke Ola, Inc.: $25,000.00
Project Aukahi o ka Aina
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Asian and Pacific Islander American Health Forum: $25,000.00
Voices2015: Moving Health Forward national conference in Washington, D.C.
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Edith Kanakaole Foundation: $25,000.00
Kanawai o Mauna a Wakea Stewardship
Hawaii Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
University of Hawaii - Office of Research Services on behalf of John A. Burns School of Medicine: $23,913.00
Native Hawaiian Health Improvement Task Force
Statewide Sponsorship 2016 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
The Medical Foundation for the Study of the Environment: $22,180.00
Intertidal monitoring research in Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
Statewide Sponsorship 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
The Biographical Research Center: $20,000.00
Production of "This Native Daughter" promotional trailer
Statewide Sponsorship 2016 Governance: Priority Level
Hawaii Wildlife Fund: $20,000.00
KU'E: The Hui Aloha Aina Anti-Annexation Petitions
Statewide Sponsorship 2016 Governance: Priority Level
Kula No Na Poe Hawaii: $20,000.00
This program creates a cadre of cultural practitioners with knowledge and proficiency in the carving of papa and p_haku ku_i _ai using traditional materials and methods. They will teach their community members how to make their own implements and will coordinate monthly gatherings to pound poi, thereby perpetuating a valued cultural practice.
Oahu Community Grant 2016 Culture: Participate in Culture
Kanehunamoku Voyaging Academy: $18,860.00
Halau Holomoana voyaging program access trip to Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
Statewide Sponsorship 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Effective Planning Innovative Communication, Inc. (DBA Epic Ohana): $16,675.00
Hawai'i Youth Opportunities Initiative Opportunity Passport provides financial literacy training and matching funds for security deposit/first month's rent for young people through age 25 who were in foster care.
Statewide Community Grant 2016 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Kumano I Ke Ala O Makaweli: $13,500.00
To support the Aloha Aina After-School Program as part of the State's R.E.A.C.H. initiative
Kauai BOT Initiative 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, Inc.: $10,000.00
Human Dimensions of Large Scale Marine Protected Areas - 10TH Anniversary Reception for Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
Statewide Sponsorship 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce: $10,000.00
Annual Oo Awards
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Waianae Kai Hawaiian Homestead Association: $10,000.00
On behalf of the Sovereign Councils of Hawaiian Homelands Assembly to support the Annual SCHHA Convention
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
American Diabetes Association: $10,000.00
STEP OUT:WALK TO STOP DIABETES
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of the American Indian: $10,000.00
NMAI Annual Native Hawaiian Cultural Festival in Washington, D.C.
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Governance: Priority Level
Hawaii Maoli: $10,000.00
On behalf of the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 56TH Annual Convention
Maui Sponsorship 2016 Governance: Priority Level
Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA): $10,000.00
14TH Annual Native Hawaiian Convention
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Governance: Priority Level
Waimea Hawaiian Homesteaders Association: $10,000.00
Hanau Ke Alii performance touring Molokai and Lanai
Molokai Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Living Life Source Foundation: $10,000.00
Pasifica Festival 2016 and PAA Conference in New Zealand
Polynesia Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Maoli: $10,000.00
On behalf of the Hawaii Ponoi Coalition to support 2016 ONIPAA
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Construction Career Days: $10,000.00
Big Island Construction Career Day
Hawaii Ahahui 2016 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Moanalua Gardens Foundation, Inc.: $10,000.00
Moanalua, He Wahi Pana, the 38th Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival
Oahu Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hiipaka: $10,000.00
Waimea Valley Summer Concert Series
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Na Mamo o Muolea: $9,700.00
7th Annual Hana Limu Festival
Maui Ahahui 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Kailapa Community Association: $8,000.00
Na Kilo Aina Camp Kawaihae
Hawaii Ahahui 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce: $8,000.00
Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce Presents 9th Annual Business Fest
Maui Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association: $8,000.00
2015 HCRA State Championship Canoe Regatta
Hawaii Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
North Shore Community Land Trust: $7,000.00
3rd Annual North Shore Food Summit
Oahu Ahahui 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Kula No Na Poe Hawaii: $7,000.00
Ho`okahi Palekana -- Papakolea Ohana Health Fair 2016
Oahu Ahahui 2016 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Maui Historical Society: $7,000.00
Lei Day Heritage Festival 2016
Maui Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Kai Loa, Inc.: $7,000.00
Makahiki Kuilima 2016
Oahu Ahahui 2016 Culture: Participate in Culture
Ka Molokai Makahiki, Inc.: $7,000.00
Ka Moloka_i Makahiki 2016
Molokai Ahahui 2016 Culture: Participate in Culture
Hawaii Book and Music Festival: $7,000.00
Alana Hawaiian Culture Program at the 2016 Hawai_i Book & Music Festival
Oahu Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
East Maui Taro Festival: $7,000.00
24th Annual East Maui Taro Festival
Maui Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Aha Punana Leo, Inc.: $7,000.00
P_lama Mauli Ola
Hawaii Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
YMCA of Honolulu: $7,000.00
YMCA Healthy Kids Day - E Ola Na Keiki
Oahu Ahahui 2016 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
PA'I Foundation: $6,900.00
Participation at Healing Our Spirit Worldwide Indigenous People's Conference in New Zealand
Polynesia Sponsorship 2016 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Hawaii First Community Ventures: $6,500.00
Ohana First at Hawaii First
Hawaii Ahahui 2016 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Maui Family Support Services, Inc.: $6,500.00
Na Makua Kane: Celebration of Fathers
Maui Ahahui 2016 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
University of Hawaii - Leeward Community College: $6,500.00
Huli Aku, Huli Mai: Contemproray Traditional Practices
Oahu Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Institute for Native Pacific Education and Culture: $6,500.00
Ho_i I Ke _we __ina K_puna
Hawaii Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
North Kohala Community Resource Center: $6,000.00
North Kohala Community Reunion 2015
Hawaii Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Naalehu Theatre: $6,000.00
9th Annual Gabby Pahinui Waim_nalo Kanikapila
Oahu Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Moana's Hula Halau: $6,000.00
Festivals of Aloha - Maui Nui Style: "Ola ke kaiaulu i ke aloha o loko"
Molokai Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaiian Kamalii Inc.: $6,000.00
The Pailolo Challenge
Molokai Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Na Wahine O Ke Kai: $6,000.00
Na Wahine O Ke Kai Women's Annual Molokai to Oahu Canoe Race
Multiple Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Kure Atoll Conservancy: $5,000.00
Support for field equipment for use within the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
Statewide Sponsorship 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
The Queen's Medical Center : $5,000.00
Everlasting Legacy of Giving Dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
ALU LIKE, Inc.: $5,000.00
Gerontology Society of American Conference in Florida
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
National Indian Education Association: $5,000.00
NIEA 46TH Annaul Convention & Trade Show in Oregon
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Governance: Priority Level
National Congress of American Indians: $5,000.00
NCAI 72ND Annual Convention & Marketplace in California
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Governance: Priority Level
Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs: $5,000.00
Association of Hawaian Civic Clubs 57TH Annual Convention in Nevada
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Governance: Priority Level
Asian and Pacific Islander Association: $5,000.00
10TH Annual APIASF Scholarship benefit in New York
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Governance: Priority Level
Na Pualei o Likolehua: $5,000.00
Merrie Monarch
Hawaii Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Participate in Culture
Kamaaha Education Initiative: $5,000.00
Aimalama Lunar Conference
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Young Women's Christian Association of Oahu: $5,000.00
Kokokahi Community Fair
Oahu Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Puuhonua Society: $5,000.00
CONTACT 2016 art exhibit
Oahu Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Kalihi-Palama Culture and Arts Society, Inc.: $5,000.00
Malia Craver Hula Kahiko Competition
Oahu Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Friends of the Future: $5,000.00
WaipiÔo Kalo Festival
Hawaii Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Ahahui Kiwila Hawaii O Moikeha: $5,000.00
Ka Moku O Manokalanip_ Pa'ani Makahiki
Kauai Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Convention Center: $4,950.00
Sunset Mele on the Rooftop
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Pacific Islander Health Partnership: $4,500.00
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Health Summit in California
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Hawaii Habitat for Humanity: $4,000.00
Tri-State Habitat Conference in Oregon
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Historic Hawaii Foundation: $3,500.00
2015 Kamaaina of the Year Award
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Bishop Museum: $3,500.00
Making Waves: 17th Annual Dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Lunalilo Home: $3,000.00
24TH Annual Golf Tournament
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Hawaiian Community Assets: $2,650.00
Homeownership Month in Washington, D.C.
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
University of Hawaii Foundation on behalf of Kamakakuokalani : $2,500.00
United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Governance: Priority Level
National Indian Education Association: $2,500.00
NIEA Convention Pre-Conference Day in Washington, D.C.
Continent Sponsorship 2016 Governance: Priority Level
Koolaupoko Hawaiian Civic Club: $2,500.00
Ku i ke Kamaaina Awards & Scholarship Benefit Luau
Oahu Sponsorship 2016 Education: Value History and Culture
Uhane Pohaku Na Moku O Hawaii, Inc.: $2,300.00
Ho'okupu Hula No Ka'u Cultural Festival
Hawaii Ahahui 2016 Culture: Value History and Culture
Kailapa Community Association: $2,000.00
To support operational funds
Hawaii Sponsorship 2016 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii : $125,000.00
To support enrolled students in HIDOE system by offering tutoring and remediation in math and reading after school hours. (Year 2 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
The Salvation Army : $124,823.00
The project will provide obesity prevention and intervention to pregnant women and mothers undergoing substance abuse treatment through culturally appropriate health education. (Year 2 of 2)
Statewide Community Grant 2015 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii : $120,000.00
To provide comprehensive employment and career pathway services: GED tests; pre-employment training and job development; support for community college or vocational/technical training courses; and job placement and retention services. (Year 2 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Kuaaina Ulu Auamo : $114,327.00
To support "Hui Malama Loko Ia Project", a consortium of statewide fishponds and practitioners to increase restoration work and build capacity towards food self-sufficiency. (Year 2 of 2)
Statewide Community Grant 2015 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
North Hawaii Community Hospital: $102,968.00
To provide preconception care, prenatal care, labor/delivery services, and post-partum care. (Year 2 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Kauai Community College : $100,000.00
The project will provide industry-driven, customized training packages to help low-income Native Hawaiians qualify for high-demand jobs on Kauai in technical, health care and agricultural fields. (Year 2 of 2)
Kauai Community Grant 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Boys and Girls Club of Maui : $100,000.00
To help develop good study habits for students through the Power Hour homework assistance program. (Year 2 of 2)
Maui Community Grant 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Kaala Farm, Inc. : $99,706.00
To support the "Auwai Program" to continue hands-on learning and traditional ahupuaa management and to expand the land in cultivation to produce more healthy food for the community. (Year 2 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2015 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Department of Land and Natural Resources: $94,067.00
To support the Aha Moku Advisory Committee
Statewide BOT Initiative 2015 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Chaminade University of Honolulu: $33,000.00
Scholarships for Native Hawaiian students enrolled in the nursing program (Year 3 of 4)
Oahu BOT Initiative 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Consuelo Zobel Alger Foundation: $90,000.00
To support the Molokai Childhood Sexual Abuse Prevention Pathway pilot program
Molokai BOT Initiative 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Department of Hawaiian Home Lands: $3,000,000.00
To cover debt service on bonds issued by DHHL that will be used to establish infrastructure support for Native Hawaiian affordable housing opportunities. (30 year commitment)
Statewide BOT Initiative 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Akamai Foundation: $2,598,000.00
To conduct nation building activities including an election, convention, and ratification.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Kanu O Ka Aina Learning Ohana: $1,500,000.00
To support Hawaiian-focused charter schools
Statewide BOT Initiative 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
University of Hawaii at Hilo: $896,232.00
To support the Na Pua Noeau Program to provide educational experiences in Hawaiian culture, language, and history.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Hawaii Community Foundation: $330,000.00
To support the OHA Higher Education Scholarships program.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Department of Labor and Industrial Relations: $250,000.00
To support the Prisoner Reintegration Program
Statewide BOT Initiative 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
I Ola Lahui: $250,000.00
The project will provide behavioral health interventions to promote health behavior changes known to reduce body weight and body mass index, improve obesity-related health risks as well as increase health knowledge on Oahu and Maui. (Year 2 of 2)
Multiple Community Grant 2015 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services: $234,926.00
The project will serve the 'ohana's continuum of health needs across all stages of life to include food gathering and preparation and cultural knowledge sharing on traditional healing practices. (Year 2 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2015 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
The Queen's Medical Center : $233,329.00
The project will provide an activity program in Hana that will decrease obesity, improve blood pressure, and improve physical functioning and psychological well-being. (Year 2 of 2)
Maui Community Grant 2015 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
University of Hawaii - Office of Research Services: $218,855.00
On behalf of the Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work to continue support of the Hawaiian Learning Program (3 years)
Oahu BOT Initiative 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Habitat for Humanity West Hawaii : $204,455.00
To construct affordable homes for qualified Native Hawaiian families in West Hawaii. (Year 2 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Parents and Children Together : $200,000.00
To provide Competency Based Diploma program preparation classes, employment training and placement, business literacy training and business start-up support, career service planning and ongoing case management. (Year 2 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Univeristy of Hawaii - Office of Research Services: $187,000.00
To support the OHA Higher Education Scholarships program through Liko A'e.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Conservation Council for Hawaii: $500.00
3RD Wild & Scenic Film Festival
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Olelo Community Media: $500.00
25th Anniversary Volunteer Gala
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Habilitat: $950.00
15th Annual Luau & Benefit Concert
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Hawaiian Civic Club of Waimanalo: $1,000.00
Waimanalo Makahiki
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
Lunalilo Home: $1,000.00
Annual Lunalilo Home Benefit Luau
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Native Hawaiian Organizations Association: $1,000.00
NHOA Business Conference
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Pohai o Kamehameha: $1,000.00
9th Annual Kalani Alii Awards Banquet
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center: $1,000.00
Women's Health Day Event
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
University of Hawaii Foundation: $1,300.00
Hawaiinuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge I Ulu I Ke Kumu Awards Dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Kualoa-Heeia Ecumenical Youth (KEY) Project: $1,500.00
KEY Project's 11th Annual Koolau Ohana Festival
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Research Corporation of the University of Hawaii: $1,500.00
UH Law Review's Biennial Symposium
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Waikiki Community Center: $1,500.00
30th Annual Duke Kahanamoku Beach Challenge
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
American Cancer Society: $2,000.00
Kamehameha Alumni 7TH Annual Relay For Life
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Hiipaka: $2,000.00
Waimea Valley Summer Concert Series
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
National American Indian Housing Council: $2,000.00
National American Indian Housing Council Annual Conference & Trade Fair
Continent Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Na Pualei o Likolehua: $2,400.00
Summer Solstice Vigil
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
Waianae Community Re-Development Corporation: $2,450.00
Town ma MA'O Annual scholarship fundraiser
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Waianae Hawaiian Civic Club: $2,499.00
Waianae Coast Candidate Forum
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
CFA Hawaii: $2,500.00
10th Annual Economic Forecast Dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
National Indian Education Association: $2,500.00
2015 Legislative Summit
Continent Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Civic Club: $2,500.00
2014 Kalanianaole Scholarship Paina
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
David Ige Inauguration Organization: $2,585.00
Governor David Ige Inauguration Celebration
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu: $3,000.00
2015 Holoku Ball Scholarship Benefit Gala
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii: $3,000.00
40th Annual Living Treasures of Hawaii Recognition Ceremony
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Kuaaina Ulu Auamo : $3,000.00
Living Limu Traditions: Limu Practitioner Mini-Gathering
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Bishop Museum: $3,500.00
16th Annual Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum Dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Maoli: $3,500.00
5th Annual Ka Mana o Ke Kanaka Awards
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Nature Center: $3,500.00
Green Gala 2015
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Ke Hoola o Lima Lani: $3,610.00
Ke Alaula a Kane III
Kauai Ahahui 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Effective Planning Innovative Communication, Inc. (DBA Epic Ohana) : $3,780.00
To provide rental assistance matching funds for Native Hawaiian foster youth transitioning to adulthood from foster care. (Year 2 of 2)
Statewide Community Grant 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Big Island Resource Conservtion and Development Council: $4,000.00
Traditions to Good Health and Wellness Fair
Hawaii Ahahui 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Na Wahine O Ke Kai: $4,000.00
Na Wahine O Ke Kai Women's Annual Molokai to Oahu Canoe Race
Multiple Ahahui 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
Alaska Federation of Natives: $5,000.00
Alaska Federation of Natives Annual Convention
Continent Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Asian and Pacific Islander Association: $5,000.00
9TH Annual APIASF Scholarship Benefit
Continent Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Friends of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: $5,000.00
35th Annual Cultural Fesitval & BIOBLITZ
Hawaii Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hale O Na Alii - Halau O Kalakaua: $5,000.00
Hale O Na Alii Convention
Hawaii Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Psychological Association: $5,000.00
HPA's 2014 Annual Convention
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
National Indian Education Association: $5,000.00
NIEA 2014 45TH Annual Convention & Trade Show
Continent Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
University of Hawaii Foundation: $5,000.00
JABSOM'S 50TH Anniversary Gala
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Bishop Museum: $5,000.00
11th Annual Grow Hawaiian Festival at Amy Greenwell Garden
Hawaii Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Kailapa Community Association: $5,000.00
La KuÕoÕkoÕa celebration
Hawaii Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Maui Historical Society: $5,000.00
Lei Day Heritage Festival
Maui Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
North Kohala Community Resource Center: $5,000.00
Kamehameha Day Celebration in Kohala
Hawaii Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Women Helping Women: $5,000.00
Ho'ohuli: Transformation Through Culture conference
Maui Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Kauakoko Foundation: $5,090.00
Nani Wale 'O Uluhaimalama commemoration and planting
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Laiopua 2020: $5,500.00
Homestead & Nation Building
Hawaii Ahahui 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Laiopua 2020: $5,500.00
6th Prince Kuhio Ho'olaulea
Hawaii Ahahui 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Puuhonua Society: $5,500.00
CONTACT 2015 art exhibit
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Friends of Kona Pacific Public Charter School: $5,600.00
Aha Aloha 'Olelo community celebration of Hawaiian language
Hawaii Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association: $6,000.00
2014 HCRA State Championship Canoe Regatta
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Kula No Na Poe Hawaii: $6,000.00
`Eleu Mikimiki -- Papakolea Ohana Health Fair 2015
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Tri-Isle Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc: $6,000.00
Festivals of Aloha, Maui Nui Style!
Maui Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Ka Molokai Makahiki, Inc.: $6,500.00
Ka Molokai Makahiki 2015
Molokai Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
Moana's Hula Halau: $6,500.00
Festivals of Aloha - Maui Nui Style
Molokai Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hui Aloha Kiholo : $6,575.00
To gather and promote the culture and history of Kiholo and increase the cultural proficiency among Hawaiians in practices that are particularly significant to that place. (Year 2 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
Hawaii Ponoi Foundation: $6,700.00
On behalf of the Hawaii Ponoi Coalition to support "Trial of a Queen"
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Book and Music Festival: $7,000.00
Alana Hawaiian Culture Program at the Hawai'i Book & Music Festival (HBMF)
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
PA'I Foundation: $7,000.00
2nd Annual Kaka'ako Arts & Music Fest
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
Project Vision Hawaii: $7,400.00
Better Vision for the Keiki and Kupuna
Molokai Ahahui 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
National Congress of American Indians: $7,500.00
NCAI 71ST Annual Convention & Marketplace
Continent Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Making Dreams Come True, Valley of Rainbows: $8,000.00
Youth Leadership Conferences - We're Going to College
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Naalehu Theatre: $8,000.00
Gabby Pahinui Waimanalo Kanikapila
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
University of Hawaii Foundation: $8,000.00
Ho'okele Na'auao - A Hawaiian Librarianship Symposium
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
YMCA of Honolulu: $8,000.00
YMCA Healthy Kids Day - E Ola Na Keiki
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Friends of Molokai High and Middle Schools Foundation: $8,500.00
College and Career Fair
Molokai Ahahui 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
HawaiÔi Maoli: $8,800.00
Ke Ola i ka La`au Lapa`au: There is life in the plants
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Merrie Monarch Festival: $9,000.00
Olelo Hawaii broadcasting of the festival
Statewide Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
East Maui Taro Festival: $9,000.00
23rd Annual East Maui Taro Festival
Maui Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Garden Island Resource Conservation & Development, Inc.: $9,000.00
Ka Moku O Manokalanip_ Pa'ani Makahiki
Kauai Ahahui 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
Kai Loa, Inc.: $9,000.00
Makahiki Kuilima
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
Halelea Arts Foundation: $10,000.00
Laiekawai performance for Kula Kaiapuni students
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Conservation Alliance Foundation: $10,000.00
2015 Hawaii Conservation Conference
Hawaii Sponsorship 2015 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Na Maka o Papahanaumokuakea: $10,000.00
Cultural exchange to the Cook Islands
International Sponsorship 2015 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce: $10,000.00
Annual O'o Awards
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Olelo Community Media: $10,000.00
12TH Annual Youth XChange Student Video Competition
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Moanalua Gardens Foundation, Inc.: $10,000.00
37th Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival
Oahu Ahahui 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
American University: $11,336.00
Washington Internships for Native Students (WINS) - Summer
Continent Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of the American Indian: $13,000.00
NMAI Native Hawaiian Cultural Festival
Continent Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
American Diabetes Association: $15,000.00
2015 Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Halelea Arts Foundation: $15,000.00
Laieikawai
Kauai Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
HawaiÔi Maoli: $15,000.00
On behalf of Hawaii Ponoi coalition to support Onipaa
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
University of Hawaii: $15,950.00
Ka Huli Ao Legislative Fellowship
Continent Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
University of Hawaii: $17,000.00
Career development and internships for Native Hawaiian graduate and professional schools students through Hawaiinuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge
Continent Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
American University: $18,500.00
Washington Internships for Native Students (WINS) - Spring
Continent Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Family Promise of Hawaii : $20,000.00
To assist Native Hawaiian families in transition to secure affordable rental housing. (Year 2 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Bishop Museum: $20,000.00
Hoi Puolo: Treasures From Afar
International Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hiilei Aloha, LLC: $20,000.00
Ahaino School of Native Arts
Molokai Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
The Medical Foundation for the Study of the Environment: $22,180.00
2015 Intertidal Monitoring Survey in Papahanaumokuakea
Statewide Sponsorship 2015 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Hawaiian Community Assets: $24,550.00
To assist homeless Native Hawaiians secure affordable rental housing through matched funding. (Year 2 of 2)
Statewide Community Grant 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Polynesian Voyaging Society: $24,999.00
Voyage of Hikianalia to Nihoa, Papahanaumokuakea
Statewide Sponsorship 2015 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Chaminade University of Honolulu: $25,000.00
Awa Symposium 2015
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Maoli: $25,000.00
State of the Native Hawaiian Community
Statewide Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Hiipaka: $25,000.00
Waimea Valley Summer Concert Series
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Culture: Value History and Culture
University of Hawaii Foundation: $25,000.00
Hawaii's bid for the Obama Presidential Center
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA): $25,000.00
Annual Native Hawaiian Convention
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
HawaiÔi Maoli: $25,000.00
Annual Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs Convention
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Waianae Kai Hawaiian Homestead Association: $25,000.00
Annual Sovereign Councils of the Hawaiian Homelands Assembly (SCHHA) Convention
Oahu Sponsorship 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Papaku No Kamehaikana : $28,350.00
Provide training in learning and understanding cultural protocol in 'oli, pule and mele. (Year 2 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
Paepae o Heeia : $45,440.00
Capture, preserve and maintain the traditions and practices of the He'eia landscape through hands-on cultural workshops such as he'e preparation, dry-stack masonry, and inamona making. (Year 2 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
Molokai General Hospital : $67,032.00
To create a Prenatal Program focused on promoting prenatal care combining medical appointments, education, and group sessions. (Year 2 of 2)
Molokai Community Grant 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Paa Pono Milolii : $70,000.00
Provide an integrated and comprehensive approach to perpetuating the cultural practices and cultural identity of the Miloli'i community. (Year 2 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
After School All-Stars: $75,000.00
To provide after school enrichment, mentoring, and tutoring activities for middle school students on the Leeward coast. (Year 2 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2015 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Keiki O Ka Aina Family Learning Centers : $79,611.00
Provide family-centered learning and training to Native Hawaiian families, so they can construct their own papa and pohaku for making pa'i'ai. (Year 2 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
Hawaii Alliance for Community-Based Economic Development (HACBED) : $80,000.00
On behalf of na Kupuna a me Na Kakoo o Halawa to support "Ka Uhane o Halawa" to expand current aina and cultural activities, develop stewardship and sustainability plans, and build organizational capacity. (Year 2 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2015 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Native Nations Education Foundation : $80,000.00
To provide a comprehensive high school diploma program and career and education pathway assistance and support into job opportunities, vocational training and two-year college tracks. (Year 2 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Kipahulu Ohana : $81,300.00
To support cultural practitioners by providing the plant resources needed in their practice as well as connecting the community and others to the lo'i. (Year 2 of 2)
Maui Community Grant 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation: $85,000.00
To support information and research resources to the community.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Boys and Girls Club of Hawai'i : $85,819.00
The project will provide an afterschool physical education program for youth that incorporates cultural activities and involves family members. (Year 2 of 2)
Kauai Community Grant 2015 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Kakoo Oiwi : $88,000.00
To support "Mahuahua Ai o Hoi" to restore agricultural and ecological productivity within the wetlands of Heeia for cultural and community uses. (Year 2 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2015 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Mana Maoli : $148,564.00
Provide a comprehensive program perpetuating Hawaiian voyaging culture and practice by linking lifelong learning and teaching of traditional Hawaiian canoe culture with viable carer pathways in the maritime industry. (Year 2 of 2)
Statewide Community Grant 2015 Culture: Participate in Culture
Molokai Habitat for Humanity, Inc. : $147,215.00
To construct affordable homes for qualified Native Hawaiian families on Molokai. (Year 2 of 2)
Molokai Community Grant 2015 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services : $140,000.00
To support "Malama Maluawai" to restore the health of the Kalihi ahupuaa through reforestation to restore watershed health, revitalization of loi kalo and pa pohaku, and hydrology research. (Year 2 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2015 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation: $135,804.00
To support services to the community.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2015 Governance: Priority Level
Waimanalo Health Center : $130,000.00
To support enhanced prenatal services through its Patient-Centered Health Care Home (PCHCH) team based health care delivery. (Year 2 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2015 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Waimea Hawaiian Homesteaders Association : $127,410.00
To support the "Farming for the Working Class" program to assist Hawaiian homeland lessees to revie historically productive agricultural lands. (Year 2 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2015 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii : $180,000.00
To provide comprehensive employment and career pathway services: GED tests; pre-employment training and job development; support for community college or vocational/technical training courses; and job placement and retention services. (Year 1 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Waiola Church: $2,000.00
History, Culture and Music Festival
Maui Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Habitat for Humanity: $2,500.00
Annual Build-a-Thon
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Papakolea Community Development Corporation: $2,500.00
Aina Ahiahi Paina
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
Hawaiian Education and Reinstatement Foundation: $150.00
Queen's Onipaa Celebration
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
Hawaii Maoli: $1,000.00
Koolaupoko Hawaiian Civic Club Distinguished Kamaaina awards dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Kealohilani Serrao: $1,000.00
2014 Annual Merrie Monarch Miss Aloha Hula Hawaiian Language Award
Hawaii Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Participate in Culture
Pohai o Kamehameha: $1,000.00
Annual Kalani Alii Awards Banquet
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
I Ola Lahui: $1,200.00
Annual Fundraiser
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Hawaii Maoli: $1,250.00
Ka Mana o Ke Kanaka Awards
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
Kualoa-Heeia Ecumenical Youth (KEY) Project: $1,250.00
10TH ANNUAL KOOLAU OHANA FESTIVAL
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Lunalilo Home: $1,500.00
22nd Annual Golf Tournament
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Na Koa Opio: $1,500.00
Hookuikahi at Puukohola Heiau
Hawaii Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Parents and Children Together : $1,500.00
Suicide Prevention Workshop
Molokai Sponsorship 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
APAICS: $1,700.00
APAICS Gala in Washington, D.C.
Continent Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
Papahana Kuaola: $1,750.00
Meheanu Dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
American Cancer Society: $2,000.00
Annual Relay for Life of Kamehameha Alumni
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Friends of the Future: $2,000.00
Kipuka o Ke Ola, Oasis of Life, Health, and Well-Being
Hawaii Sponsorship 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Hawaii Maoli: $2,000.00
Restoration of Ahupuaa Boundary ahu
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Maunaloa Elementary School: $2,000.00
school equipment
Molokai Sponsorship 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Na Pualei o Likolehua: $2,000.00
Annual Na Lani Eha Concert
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Parents and Children Together : $2,000.00
Weekend in Havana Fundraiser
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Waikiki Community Center: $2,500.00
Na Mea Makamae o Waikiki 2013
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
University of Sydney (the): $2,755.00
student scholarship support
International Sponsorship 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Lunalilo Home: $3,000.00
23rd Annual Golf Tournament
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Ka Meheu Ohu O Ka Honu: $3,000.00
Ho'okuikahi I Pu'ukohola 2013
Hawaii Ahahui 2014 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Koolauloa Commmunity Health and Wellness Center: $3,000.00
Koolauloa Health Center Fair
Oahu Ahahui 2014 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Historic Hawaii Foundation: $3,500.00
2013 Kamaaina of the Year
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Lunalilo Home: $3,500.00
Annual Lunalilo Home Luau
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Malie Foundation: $3,500.00
Halau Ka Lei Mokihana o Leinaala Hoike
Kauai Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Ohana Ministries, Inc.: $3,500.00
Kupuna Christmas celebration
Molokai Sponsorship 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
University of Hawaii Foundation: $3,500.00
UH DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARDS
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Hawaii Construction Career Days: $4,000.00
Construction Career Day
Maui Ahahui 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Moana's Hula Halau: $4,000.00
Festivals of Aloha - Molokai: ALOHA The Essence of Hawaii
Molokai Ahahui 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Project Vision Hawaii: $4,000.00
Project Vision Health & Wellness Screenings
Hawaii Ahahui 2014 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Tri-Isle Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc: $4,000.00
Festivals of Aloha, Maui Nui Style!
Maui Ahahui 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hana Cultural Center : $4,100.00
16th Annual Hana Cultural Center Ho'olaule'a
Maui Ahahui 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
University of Hawaii Foundation: $4,145.00
Jon Van Dyke Tribute Symposium
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
American University: $4,645.00
American University WINS Internship in Washington, D.C.
Continent Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
Hui Malama I Na Kupuna: $4,792.00
Repatriate iwi kupuna and participate in the "Pacific Presences: Oceanic Art & European Museums" conference
International Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Bishop Museum: $5,000.00
15th Annual Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum Dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Damien and Marianne Foundation (The): $5,000.00
museum benefit dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Friends of Iolani Palace (The): $5,000.00
Retail operations improvement
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Maoli: $5,000.00
Ka Mana o Ke Kanaka Awards Dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives: $5,000.00
Huakai: A Musical Journey
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Koolauloa Hawaiian Civic Club: $5,000.00
Diamond/Emerald Anniversary
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
University of Hawaii Foundation: $5,000.00
THE NATIVE AMERICAN MOOT COURT TEAM FOR 2013-2014 SEASON
Continent Sponsorship 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Bishop Museum: $5,000.00
MAMo Native Hawaiian Arts Market
Oahu Ahahui 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association: $5,000.00
2013 HCRA State Championship Canoe Regatta
Kauai Ahahui 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce: $5,000.00
Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce, Annual Business Fest
Maui Ahahui 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Kula No Na Poe Hawaii: $5,300.00
Papakolea Ohana Health Fair 2014 - Ua lehu a mano ka Ôikena a n_ HawaiÕi o Papakolea
Oahu Ahahui 2014 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Mana Maoli : $5,500.00
170TH ANNIVERSARY LA HOIHOI EA 2013 CELEBRATIONS
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
University of Hawaii - Office of Research Services: $5,500.00
TEDxManoa
Oahu Ahahui 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Karuna Project (The): $6,000.00
Trauma Literacy Symposium
Hawaii Sponsorship 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Hawaii Book and Music Festival: $6,000.00
Alana Program in Alana Pavilion at Hawaii Book & Music Festival
Oahu Ahahui 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Ka Molokai Makahiki, Inc.: $6,000.00
On behalf of The Molokai Keiki Group to support 10th Annual Keiki Expo Event
Molokai Ahahui 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Laiopua 2020: $6,210.00
5th Prince Kuhio Ho'olaule'a
Hawaii Ahahui 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
PA'I Foundation: $6,600.00
MAMo Wearable Art Show
Oahu Ahahui 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Making Dreams Come True, Valley of Rainbows: $7,000.00
Youth Leadership Conferences
Oahu Ahahui 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
National Tropical Botanical Garden: $7,000.00
The Breadfruit Festival Takes Root
Kauai Ahahui 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Waianae Community Re-Development Corporation: $7,500.00
MA'O Community Food Security Initiative
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
University of Hawaii Foundation: $7,515.00
2013 CRITICAL ETHNIC STUDIES CONFERENCE IN CHICAGO
Continent Sponsorship 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Kai Loa, Inc.: $7,600.00
Makahiki Kuilima
Oahu Ahahui 2014 Culture: Participate in Culture
University of Hawaii Foundation: $7,671.00
UN PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES IN NEW YORK
Continent Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
Chaminade University of Honolulu: $8,000.00
CyBiz Forum
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Kuaaina Ulu Auamo : $8,000.00
E Alu Pu: Honoring our Kupuna
Molokai Ahahui 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
YMCA of Honolulu: $8,000.00
YMCA Healthy Kids Day - E Ola Na Keiki
Oahu Ahahui 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Ka Molokai Makahiki, Inc.: $8,200.00
Ka Molokai Makahiki
Molokai Ahahui 2014 Culture: Participate in Culture
Friends of Molokai High and Middle Schools Foundation: $9,000.00
Green & White Carnival and College and Career Fair
Molokai Ahahui 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Naalehu Theatre: $9,000.00
Gabby Pahinui Waimanalo Kanikapila
Oahu Ahahui 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Komike Makua Punana Leo o Honolulu: $9,500.00
Makahiki Maoli Festival 2013
Oahu Ahahui 2014 Culture: Participate in Culture
Maui Nui Botanical Gardens Inc.: $9,990.00
Ola Ka Honua 2014
Maui Ahahui 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Alu Like, Inc.: $10,000.00
Special Interest Group on Indigenous Aging
Continent Sponsorship 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Bishop Museum: $10,000.00
GOVERNOR ARIYOSHI'S 88TH BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
Na Poe Kokua: $10,000.00
Ahahui Kaahumanu Maui Conference and Anniversary
Maui Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce: $10,000.00
Oo Awards
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
East Maui Taro Festival: $10,000.00
22nd Annual East Maui Taro festival
Maui Ahahui 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Malie Foundation: $10,000.00
Ka Aha Hula O Halauaola World Conference 2014
Kauai Ahahui 2014 Culture: Participate in Culture
Moanalua Gardens Foundation, Inc.: $10,000.00
Huakai o Kamananui, the 36th Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival
Oahu Ahahui 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
PA'I Foundation: $10,000.00
PA'I Kakaako Native Hawaiian Art Fest
Oahu Ahahui 2014 Culture: Participate in Culture
Beamer Solomon Halau o Poohala: $10,164.00
Tokyo International Gift Show in Japan
International Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
American Diabetes Association: $15,000.00
StepOut Walk to Stop Diabetes
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Hawaii Maoli: $15,000.00
Prince Kuhio Festival
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Maoli: $15,000.00
On behalf of Hawaii Ponoi Coalition to support Onipaa
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Mana Maoli : $15,750.00
Kanehunamoku Voyaging Academy Halau Holomoana program to Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
Papahanaumokuakea Sponsorship 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Family Promise of Hawaii : $20,000.00
To assist Native Hawaiian families in transition to secure affordable rental housing. (Year 1 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Native Hawaiian Education Association (NHEA): $20,000.00
15TH ANNUAL NATIVE HAWAIIAN EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (NHEA) CONVENTION
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Effective Planning Innovative Communication, Inc. (DBA Epic Ohana) : $24,120.00
To provide rental assistance matching funds for Native Hawaiian foster youth transitioning to adulthood from foster care. (Year 1 of 2)
Statewide Community Grant 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Nature Conservancy (The): $24,999.00
Marine Fellowship Program 2014-2015
Statewide Sponsorship 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Aloha First: $25,000.00
Nation Building with Unions
Statewide Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote, Inc.: $25,000.00
2014 APIA VOTE FIELD PROGRAMS "NO VOTE NO GRUMBLE CAMPAIGN"
Statewide Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA): $25,000.00
Annual Native Hawaiian Convention
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
Hawaii Maoli: $25,000.00
Annual Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs Convention
Kauai Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
Hiipaka: $25,000.00
2013 Summer Concert Series
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Na Moku Aupuni o Koolau Hui: $25,000.00
Kaui Kanakaole's hula mentorship and book publication
Maui Sponsorship 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of the American Indian: $25,000.00
NMAI LIVING ALOHA EVENT HONORING SEN DANIEL K. INOUYE
Continent Sponsorship 2014 Governance: Priority Level
Waianae Kai Hawaiian Homestead Association: $25,000.00
ANNUAL SOVEREIGN COUNCILS OF THE HAWN HOMELANDS ASSEMBLY (SCHHA) CONVENTION
Oahu Sponsorship 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Papaku No Kamehaikana : $26,500.00
Provide training in learning and understanding cultural protocol in 'oli, pule and mele. (Year 1 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2014 Culture: Participate in Culture
Hui Aloha Kiholo : $39,452.00
To gather and promote the culture and history of Kiholo and increase the cultural proficiency among Hawaiians in practices that are particularly significant to that place. (Year 1 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2014 Culture: Participate in Culture
Paepae o Heeia: $47,640.00
Capture, preserve and maintain the traditions and practices of the He'eia landscape through hands-on cultural workshops such as he'e preparation, dry-stack masonry, and inamona making. (Year 1 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2014 Culture: Participate in Culture
Ka Huli a Haloa: $50,000.00
To support the development of a master plan for the Kukahaialono Cultural Center at Kualoa Regional Park
Oahu BOT Initiative 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Papa Ola Lokahi: $60,000.00
To support planning and development activities with the Native Hawaiian Health Care Systems
Statewide BOT Initiative 2014 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Molokai General Hospital : $66,200.00
To create a Prenatal Program focused on promoting prenatal care combining medical appointments, education, and group sessions. (Year 1 of 2)
Molokai Community Grant 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Paa Pono Milolii : $70,000.00
Provide an integrated and comprehensive approach to perpetuating the cultural practices and cultural identity of the Miloli'i community. (Year 1 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2014 Culture: Participate in Culture
Lieutenant Governor's Office: $75,000.00
To support the R.E.A.C.H. after-school programs at Moloka'i Middle School and Hana High and Elementary School on Maui.
Multiple BOT Initiative 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
After School All-Stars: $75,000.00
To provide after school enrichment, mentoring, and tutoring activities for middle school students on the Leeward coast. (Year 1 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Hawaii Alliance for Community-Based Economic Development (HACBED) : $80,000.00
On behalf of na Kupuna a me Na Kakoo o Halawa to support "Ka Uhane o Halawa" to expand current aina and cultural activities, develop stewardship and sustainability plans, and build organizational capacity. (Year 1 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Keiki O Ka Aina Family Learning Centers : $80,228.00
Provide family-centered learning and training to Native Hawaiian families, so they can construct their own papa and pohaku for making pa'i'ai. (Year 1 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2014 Culture: Participate in Culture
Boys and Girls Club of Hawai'i : $85,819.00
The project will provide an afterschool physical education program for youth that incorporates cultural activities and involves family members. (Year 1 of 2)
Kauai Community Grant 2014 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Habitat for Humanity West Hawaii : $89,000.00
To construct affordable homes for qualified Native Hawaiian families in West Hawaii. (Year 1 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
University of Hawaii Foundation: $100,000.00
To support the Senator Daniel Akaka Scholarship Endowment. (Year 1 of 3)
Statewide Community Grant 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Native Arts and Culture Foundation: $100,000.00
To provide fellowhip support to Native Hawaiian Artists
Statewide BOT Initiative 2014 Culture: Participate in Culture
Boys and Girls Club of Maui : $100,000.00
To help develop good study habits for students through the Power Hour homework assistance program. (Year 1 of 2)
Maui Community Grant 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Lunalilo Home: $100,000.00
To support the development of a master plan for Lunalilo Home
Oahu BOT Initiative 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
University of Hawaii - Office of Research Services: $100,000.00
To support the construction of the Kanewai Resource Center at the UH Center for Hawaiian Studies
Oahu BOT Initiative 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Kaala Farm, Inc. : $100,183.00
To support the "Auwai Program" to continue hands-on learning and traditional ahupuaa management and to expand the land in cultivation to produce more healthy food for the community. (Year 1 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Kipahulu Ohana : $101,900.00
To support cultural practitioners by providing the plant resources needed in their practice as well as connecting the community and others to the lo'i. (Year 1 of 2)
Maui Community Grant 2014 Culture: Participate in Culture
North Hawaii Community Hospital: $103,800.00
To provide preconception care, prenatal care, labor/delivery services, and post-partum care. (Year 1 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Kuaaina Ulu Auamo : $114,327.00
To support "Hui Malama Loko Ia Project", a consortium of statewide fishponds and practitioners to increase restoration work and build capacity towards food self-sufficiency. (Year 1 of 2)
Statewide Community Grant 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Native Nations Education Foundation : $120,000.00
To provide a comprehensive high school diploma program and career and education pathway assistance and support into job opportunities, vocational training and two-year college tracks. (Year 1 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
The Salvation Army : $122,822.00
The project will provide obesity prevention and intervention to pregnant women and mothers undergoing substance abuse treatment through culturally appropriate health education. (Year 1 of 2)
Statewide Community Grant 2014 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii : $125,000.00
To support enrolled students in HIDOE system by offering tutoring and remediation in math and reading after school hours. (Year 1 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Waimanalo Health Center : $130,000.00
To support enhanced prenatal services through its Patient-Centered Health Care Home (PCHCH) team based health care delivery. (Year 1 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Waimea Hawaiian Homesteaders Association : $135,410.00
To support the "Farming for the Working Class" program to assist Hawaiian homeland lessees to revie historically productive agricultural lands. (Year 1 of 2)
Hawaii Community Grant 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services : $140,000.00
To support "Malama Maluawai" to restore the health of the Kalihi ahupuaa through reforestation to restore watershed health, revitalization of loi kalo and pa pohaku, and hydrology research. (Year 1 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Molokai Habitat for Humanity, Inc. : $142,785.00
To construct affordable homes for qualified Native Hawaiian families on Molokai. (Year 1 of 2)
Molokai Community Grant 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Mana Maoli : $148,564.00
Provide a comprehensive program perpetuating Hawaiian voyaging culture and practice by linking lifelong learning and teaching of traditional Hawaiian canoe culture with viable carer pathways in the maritime industry. (Year 1 of 2)
Statewide Community Grant 2014 Culture: Participate in Culture
Native Hawaiian Education Association (NHEA): $150,000.00
To support the 2014 World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education
Oahu BOT Initiative 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Kauai Community College : $150,000.00
The project will provide industry-driven, customized training packages to help low-income Native Hawaiians qualify for high-demand jobs on Kauai in technical, health care and agricultural fields. (Year 1 of 2)
Kauai Community Grant 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
HI Tech Youth Network: $180,000.00
To train youth in technology and multi-media skills at technology studios on Kauai
Kauai BOT Initiative 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Kakoo Oiwi : $180,000.00
To support "Mahuahua Ai o Hoi" to restore agricultural and ecological productivity within the wetlands of Heeia for cultural and community uses. (Year 1 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Univeristy of Hawaii - Office of Research Services: $187,000.00
To support the OHA Higher Education Scholarships program through Liko A'e.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Living Life Source Foundation: $200,000.00
To support the Malama Perinatal Program to encourage positive pregnanacy outcoumes and decrease health disparities in perinatal outcomes.
Hawaii BOT Initiative 2014 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
The Queen's Medical Center : $209,848.00
The project will provide an activity program in Hana that will decrease obesity, improve blood pressure, and improve physical functioning and psychological well-being. (Year 1 of 2)
Maui Community Grant 2014 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Hawaiian Community Assets : $224,095.00
To assist homeless Native Hawaiians secure affordable rental housing through matched funding. (Year 1 of 2)
Statewide Community Grant 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Department of Land and Natural Resources: $228,000.00
To support the management of Ka Wao Kele o Puna.
Hawaii BOT Initiative 2014 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Waianae Community Re-Development Corporation: $249,811.00
To support Native Hawaiian step-up interns in the Ma'o Farms Youth Leadership Program
Oahu BOT Initiative 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
I Ola Lahui: $250,000.00
The project will provide behavioral health interventions to promote health behavior changes known to reduce body weight and body mass index, improve obesity-related health risks as well as increase health knowledge on Oahu and Maui. (Year 1 of 2)
Multiple Community Grant 2014 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Department of Labor and Industrial Relations: $250,000.00
To support the Prisoner Reintegration Program
Statewide BOT Initiative 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services : $260,409.00
The project will serve the 'ohana's continuum of health needs across all stages of life to include food gathering and preparation and cultural knowledge sharing on traditional healing practices. (Year 1 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2014 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Parents and Children Together : $300,000.00
To provide Competency Based Diploma program preparation classes, employment training and placement, business literacy training and business start-up support, career service planning and ongoing case management. (Year 1 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Polynesian Voyaging Society: $300,000.00
To support the Worldwide Voyage of Hokulea and Hikianalia
Statewide BOT Initiative 2014 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Community Foundation: $330,000.00
To support the OHA Higher Education Scholarships program.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
University of Hawaii at Hilo: $590,000.00
To support the Na Pua Noeau Program to provide educational experiences in Hawaiian culture, language, and history.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Kanu O Ka Aina Learning Ohana: $1,500,000.00
To support Hawaiian-focused charter schools
Statewide BOT Initiative 2014 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Department of Hawaiian Home Lands: $3,000,000.00
To cover debt service on bonds issued by DHHL that will be used to establish infrastructure support for Native Hawaiian affordable housing opportunities. (30 year commitment)
Statewide BOT Initiative 2014 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu: $3,000.00
Holoku Ball Scholarship Benefit
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Department of Hawaiian Home Lands: $3,000,000.00
To cover debt service on bonds issued by DHHL that will be used to establish infrastructure to build more homes. (30 year commitment)
Statewide BOT Initiative 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Kanu O Ka Aina Learning Ohana: $1,500,000.00
To support public charter schools.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Na Pua Noeau: $1,231,140.00
To provide access to educational experiences that would develop them to the highest potential and promote the teaching of Hawaiian culture, language, and history.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Alu Like, Inc.: $830,000.00
To support the multi-service program to assist beneficiaries with information and referral services, Individual Development Accounts, and emergency funding.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2013 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Hawaii Community Foundation: $440,000.00
To administer OHA_s Higher Education Scholarship Services.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Univeristy of Hawaii - Office of Research Services: $397,000.00
To support the OHA Higher Education Scholarships program through Liko A'e.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA): $250,000.00
To provide financial education counseling, financial assessments, asset building micro loans, Individual Development Accounts (IDA), and access to eligible working family tax credits. (Year 2 of 2)
Statewide Community Grant 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
I Ola Lahui: $250,000.00
To support the K_lana Hawai'i Weight Management Program. (Year 2 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
University of Hawaii - Office of Research Services: $250,000.00
To support "PILI" to provide a culturally-relevant and scientifically-supported lifestyle intervention to Native Hawaiians aimed at eliminating obesity. (Year 2 of 2)
Statewide Community Grant 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
North Hawaii Community Hospital: $240,782.00
Provide medical, behavioral, psychosocial change interventions to Native Hawaiians.
Hawaii Community Grant 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Department of Land and Natural Resources: $228,000.00
To support the management of Ka Wao Kele o Puna
Hawaii BOT Initiative 2013 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Nanakuli Housing Corporation : $208,675.00
To provide homeownership and financial literacy training, credit counseling, Individual Development Accounts, Down Payment Assistance, and foreclosure counseling to assist families in attaining homeownership or decreasing the percentage of the household i
Oahu Community Grant 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Waimanalo Health Center: $200,000.00
Provide comprehensive care that is sensitive to cultural diversity and acceptable to individuals and families of the Waim_nalo community.
Oahu Community Grant 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
University of Hawaii - Office of Research Services : $195,000.00
To support Hookulaiwi to prepare outstanding educators and educational leaders to bring about community-based, systemic, long-term educational reviatlization of Hawai_i communities of highest need. (Year 2 of 2)
Statewide Community Grant 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Alu Like, Inc.: $155,138.00
To provide community resource and assistance services, financial education and asset building services to Native Hawaiians on Oahu who are residing in transitional shelters, those previously incarcerated and currently preparing to exit the system.
Statewide Community Grant 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Catholic Charities: $150,000.00
To continue operating Ma'ili Land Transitional Housing Program, on the Wai'anae Coast of Oahu, to provide supportive service in a residential setting for homeless families with children.
Oahu Community Grant 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
PACT: $150,000.00
To provide employment and placement services at various public housing and low-income communities, specifically Waimanalo and Papakolea homesteads on Oahu.
Oahu Community Grant 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii : $150,000.00
To provide comprehensive services and training to prepare and assist unemployed or underemployed low-income persons to obtain and maintain employment.
Hawaii Community Grant 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii : $150,000.00
To provide comprehensive services and training to prepare and assist unemployed or underemployed low-income persons to obtain and maintain employment.
Oahu Community Grant 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Queen's Medical Center (The): $148,500.00
Implement a community-based intervention to reduce the rate obesity among Native Hawaiians in Hana.
Maui Community Grant 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Native Hawaiian Education Association (NHEA): $136,000.00
To support for the 'Aha Wahine Conference to promote Native Hawaiian Women_s Physical, Mental, Spiritual and Social Health.
Statewide BOT Initiative 2013 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii : $125,000.00
To improve academic performance, as evidenced by improvement in standardized test scores, of Native Hawaiian middle and high school students atttending DOE schools in Hawai_i County.
Hawaii Community Grant 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services : $125,000.00
Help keiki and their _ohana discover healthy lifestyle choices
Oahu Community Grant 2013 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
PACT: $124,500.00
To provide employment and placement services to various communities on Kona, Hawaii using approaches that have proven successful in Native Hawaiian homesteads on Oahu.
Hawaii Community Grant 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Papahana Kuaola: $100,000.00
Construction of traditional structures: heiau mapele, hale mana, hale pahu
Oahu Community Grant 2013 Culture: Participate in Culture
Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services : $97,585.00
Restore watershed health, loi kalo revitalization, and installation of sustainable technologies.
Oahu Community Grant 2013 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
University of Hawaii - Office of Research Services : $90,000.00
To support Aka Lehulehu to provide an integrated career and research-focused internship program to undeclared Native Hawaiian undergraduate students attending University of Hawai_i M_noa. (Year 2 of 2)
Statewide Community Grant 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
University of Hawaii - Office of Research Services: $89,850.00
To support Kauai Community College "Waialeale" program to provide financial support covering tuition, books, and fees; and program specific-academic supports including supplemental counseling and advising, to non-college-bound high school students and adu
Kauai Community Grant 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Hula Preservation Society: $89,819.00
Na Makua Mahalo Ia Collection digital repository of cultural resources for hula and music
Statewide Community Grant 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
After School All-Stars: $72,914.00
To improve academic performance, as evidenced by improvement in HSA scores, of Native Hawaiian middle school students (11-14 years old).
Hawaii Community Grant 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
After School All-Stars: $64,430.00
To improve academic performance, as evidenced by improvement in HSA scores, of Native Hawaiian middle school students.
Oahu Community Grant 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Ka Ohana O Kalaupapa: $53,666.00
Making the History of Kalaupapa Come Alive for Future Generations - school outreach and family member resource program
Statewide Community Grant 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Alternative Structures International: $52,000.00
Growing sustainable, healthy, and productive families, food and farmers through organic farming and aquaponics.
Oahu Community Grant 2013 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Consuelo Zobel Alger Foundation: $50,000.00
To create community-based prevention efforts, strengthen families, enhance community programs, create innovative culturally congruent approaches, and train professionals and other community stakeholders through its Pilot Moloka_i Program. (Year 2 of 2)
Molokai BOT Initiative 2013 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Hawaiian Kamalii Inc.: $43,320.00
Year round cultural programs for youth to include paddling, huaka'i, and various cultural practices
Maui Community Grant 2013 Culture: Participate in Culture
Helping Hands : $41,325.00
Provide emergency financial assistance payments necessary to maintain housing, as well as ongoing case management and referral services. (Year 2 of 2)
Oahu Community Grant 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA): $40,000.00
CNHA convention
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
Lanai Culture and Heritage Center: $38,001.00
Educational and interpretive programming for culture and history of Lanai
Lanai Community Grant 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Ka Aha Hui Naauao: $34,000.00
Ka Papa Oihana - Malama I Na Opiopio Ma - series of workshops to teach various cultural practices to at-risk youth
Oahu Community Grant 2013 Culture: Participate in Culture
Chaminade University of Honolulu: $30,000.00
Scholarships for Native Hawaiian students enrolled in the nursing program (Year 1 of 4)
Oahu BOT Initiative 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Kalihi-Palama Culture and Arts Society, Inc.: $30,000.00
Queen Lili'uokalani Keiki Hula Competition
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Papaku No Kamehaikana: $25,078.00
Hookuakahi o ka Pae'aina series of workshops to teach oli, pule, and mele
Oahu Community Grant 2013 Culture: Participate in Culture
Waianae Kai Hawaiian Homestead Association: $25,000.00
SCHHA Convention
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
University of Hawaii Foundation: $25,000.00
Obama Presidential Center
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
University of Hawaii Foundation: $25,000.00
UH West Oahu Gala Event
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Supporting the Language of Kauai, Inc.: $25,000.00
operational start-up
Kauai Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
St. Augustine by the Sea Catholic Church: $25,000.00
Support hula halau to travel to Rome for canonization of Blessed Marianne
International Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of the American Indian: $25,000.00
2013 Smithsonian Folklife Festival
Continent Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
King Kamehameha Celebration Commission: $25,000.00
emergency funding
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Ka Waianu o Haloa: $25,000.00
to support Hawaiian Focused Charter School facility and program needs
Maui Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Hawaii Maoli: $25,000.00
On behalf of the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs to support the Prince Kuhio Celebrations
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Conservation Alliance Foundation: $25,000.00
International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in Korea
International Sponsorship 2013 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Department of Land and Natural Resources: $25,000.00
Humpback Whale Sanctuary
Statewide Sponsorship 2013 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs: $25,000.00
AOHCC convention Ilima Sponsorship
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
Native Hawaiian Education Association (NHEA): $20,000.00
NHEA Convention
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
National Museum of American Indians : $20,000.00
King Kamehameha Day Lei Draping Reception
Continent Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
KFVE-TV: $20,000.00
Merrie Monarch Festival and Miss Aloha Hula Hawaiian Language Award
Hawaii Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Participate in Culture
Kamakakuokalani - The Center for Hawaiian Studies: $20,000.00
United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
International Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
Hawaii Academy of Recording Arts: $20,000.00
Na Hoku Hanohano Awards
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Kamehameha Schools: $18,000.00
Kamehameha Schools Song Contest
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
PA'I Foundation: $15,000.00
On behalf of Hawaii Ponoi Coalition to support the Onipaa - Celebration of Queen Liliuokalani
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Kai Loa, Inc.: $15,000.00
Blessing and hoolaa to celebrate Na Kula o Kamakau
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii: $15,000.00
Living Treasures Recognition
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
American Diabetes Association: $15,000.00
2013 Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indians : $13,000.00
Eia Hawaii: NMAI Celebration of Native Hawaiian Culture
Continent Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
Ahahui Olelo Hawaii : $11,200.00
On behalf of Farringthon High School Hawaiian Academy to support Halau Kupa Hawaii emergency program funding
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
American University: $10,355.00
Washington Internships for Native Students Sponorship of Native Hawaiian Student
Continent Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
YMCA of Honolulu: $10,000.00
Healthy Kids Day
Oahu Ahahui 2013 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Waimanalo Health Center: $10,000.00
Waimanalo Community Wellness Fair
Oahu Ahahui 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
University of Hawaii Foundation: $10,000.00
ÔImiloa Wayfinding Festival
Hawaii Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Papakolea Community Development Corporation: $10,000.00
Papakolea ÔOhana Health Fair
Oahu Ahahui 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
PA'I Foundation: $10,000.00
Molokai Ka Hula Piko
Molokai Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Pacific American Foundation: $10,000.00
Children and Youth Day
Oahu Ahahui 2013 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Making Dreams Come True, Valley of Rainbows: $10,000.00
Youth Leadership Conference
Oahu Ahahui 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Kanalu: $10,000.00
Makahiki Kuilima
Oahu Ahahui 2013 Culture: Participate in Culture
Hui No Ke Ola Pono: $10,000.00
Hana Health Fair
Maui Ahahui 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Hawaii Academy of Recording Arts: $10,000.00
Na Hoku Hanohano Music Festival Workshops
Oahu Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
East Maui Taro Festival: $10,000.00
East Maui Taro Festival
Maui Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Na Aikane o Maui, Inc.: $10,000.00
Lahaina Carvers Symposium
Maui Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Participate in Culture
Moanalua Gardens Foundation, Inc.: $10,000.00
Prince Lot Hula Festival
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaiinuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge: $10,000.00
I Ulu I Ke Kumu Awards Dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Aha Punana Leo, Inc.: $10,000.00
Neepapa I ke O Mau 2013
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Hawaii Book and Music Festival: $7,700.00
Hawaii Book and Music Festival - ALANA Program
Oahu Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Aha Kukui o Molokai: $7,566.00
Renewable Energy Festival
Molokai Ahahui 2013 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Ka Meheu Ohu o Ka Honu: $7,500.00
HoÔokuikahi I PuÔukohola 2012
Hawaii Ahahui 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Hana Cultural Center: $7,500.00
Festivals of Aloha in Hana
Maui Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Big Island Resource Conservtion and Development Council: $7,000.00
Breadfruit Festival Goes Bananas
Hawaii Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Na Koa Opio for Hanakehau Learning Farm: $5,900.00
installation of electricity
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Washington Pacific Committee: $5,200.00
Pacific Day
Continent Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
Univeristy of Hawaii - Office of Research Services: $5,000.00
TEDxManoa
Oahu Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Univeristy of Hawaii - Office of Research Services: $5,000.00
PaÔahao Awareness and Advocacy Event
Oahu Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Tri-Isle Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc: $5,000.00
Festival of Aloha, Maui Nui Style
Maui Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Na Kalai Waa: $5,000.00
Malama Makalii Ocean Festival
Hawaii Ahahui 2013 Culture: Participate in Culture
Moana's Hula Halau: $5,000.00
Festival of Aloha - MolokaÔi
Molokai Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce: $5,000.00
Annual Business Fest
Maui Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association: $5,000.00
HCRA State Championship Canoe Regatta
Oahu Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Council for the Humanities: $5,000.00
A Celebration of Women's History
Oahu Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hale Mua Cultural Group, Inc: $5,000.00
Hopuna Ka Mua "Grasping the Future"
Hawaii Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Bishop Museum: $5,000.00
Grow Hawaiian Celebration
Hawaii Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Waianae Kai Hawaiian Homestead Association: $5,000.00
Table purchase at 2012 SCHHA convention
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Build Stability in Housing
Olelo Community Media: $5,000.00
10th Annual Youth Exchange Competition
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Native Hawaiian Roll Commission: $5,000.00
Kanaiolowalu CD
Statewide Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce: $5,000.00
O'o Awards
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
National Congress of American Indians: $5,000.00
NCAI Mid-Year Conference
Continent Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
Molokai Middle School: $5,000.00
Student enrichment activties
Molokai Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Kakoo Central Maui Hawaiian Civic Club: $5,000.00
Kupa Makaainana Awards & Luau
Maui Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Ka Ohana o Kalaupapa: $5,000.00
Night of Aloha Kalaupapa Aloha Festivals
Molokai Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Ka Molokai Makahiki, Inc.: $5,000.00
annual makahiki celebration 2013
Molokai Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Participate in Culture
Historic Hawaii Foundation: $5,000.00
2012 Kamaaina of the Year award dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Maoli: $5,000.00
Ka Mana o Ke Kanaka Awards
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Book and Music Festival: $5,000.00
Hawaii Book and Music Festival
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA): $5,000.00
CNHA convention
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
Papakolea Community Development Corporation: $4,500.00
On behalf of Na Pua o Ihiihilauakea to support fundraiser for Merrie Monarch hoike
Hawaii Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hui o Laka: $4,000.00
Eo e Emalani i AlakaÔi
Kauai Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Hawaii Maoli: $4,000.00
Grassroots Sovereignty Sunday
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
Naalehu Theatre: $3,850.00
Gabby Pahinui Waimanalo Kanikapila
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Aha Hipuu: $3,500.00
Kalani Alii 7th Annual Awards Banquet
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Waianae District Comprehensive Health & Hospital Board, Inc.: $3,000.00
West OÔahu Health and Wellness Fair: Improving the Health of Our Community
Oahu Ahahui 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
PA'I Foundation: $3,000.00
Nana I Ke Kumu
Oahu Ahahui 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Department of Human Services/Maui Adult Protection and Community Services: $3,000.00
ÔAha Kupuna
Maui Ahahui 2013 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Papa Ola Lokahi: $3,000.00
No-smoking PSA's
Statewide Sponsorship 2013 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Papa Ola Lokahi: $3,000.00
No-Smoking campaign public service announcements
Statewide Sponsorship 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Native Hawaiian Hospitality Association (NaHHA): $3,000.00
Brook Parker - Volcano National Park Art Exhibit
Hawaii Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Awaiaulu, Inc. for UH Library and Information Science: $3,000.00
Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, & Museums Conference
Continent Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Paukukalo Hawaiian Homes Community Association: $2,500.00
Prince Kuhio Celebration
Maui Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Molokai Community Service Council: $2,500.00
funding support for Molokai Youth Center and Hoomana Hou program
Molokai Sponsorship 2013 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Lanai High and Elementary School: $2,500.00
Career Day and College Fair
Lanai Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Haleiwa Main Street dba North Shore Chamber of Commerce: $2,500.00
North Shore Economic Vitality Partnership's Cluster's of Opportunity Initiative
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Friends of Chinatown: $2,500.00
Arts District Chinatown Makahiki Celebration
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Aloha Aina Foundation: $2,500.00
Leon Siu's attendance at United Nations meetings in Switzerland
International Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
Agricultural Leadership Foundation of Hawaii: $2,500.00
AG2012 Hawaii Agriculture Conference
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Economic Self-Sufficiency: Increase Family Income
Pacific American Foundation: $2,000.00
2012 Annual Fundraiser to support Waikalua Loko
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Na Wahine o Ke Kai: $2,000.00
Annual Molokai to Oahu Canoe Race
Molokai Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Participate in Culture
Kakoo Oiwi: $2,000.00
First stewards Coastal Peoples Address Climate Change in Wash D.C.
Continent Sponsorship 2013 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
University of Hawaii Foundation: $1,972.00
Jon Van Dyke Tribute Symposium
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
Papahana Kuaola: $1,500.00
fundraising dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Hawaii Public Charter School Network: $1,500.00
fundraising dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
American Cancer Society: $1,500.00
Relay for Life of Kamehameha Alumni
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
KEY Project : $1,250.00
Annual fundraising dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Waikiki Community Center: $1,000.00
Na Mea Makamae o Waikiki
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
United States Veterans Initiative: $1,000.00
U.S. Vets Waianae - Paiolu Kaiaulu dinner
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Papakolea Hawaiian Civic Club: $1,000.00
Participation of Lincoln Elementary School in the Prince Kuhio Day Parade
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
National Indian Education Association: $1,000.00
National Indian Education Association Legislative Summit
Continent Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
National American Indian Housing Council : $1,000.00
National American Indian Housing Council Legislative Impact Day
Continent Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
Lunalilo Home: $1,000.00
Annual Benefit Luau
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
Kanu Hawaii: $1,000.00
To support a get-out-the-vote campaign
Statewide Sponsorship 2013 Governance: Priority Level
KAHEA : $1,000.00
On behalf of The Hawaii Independent to support Ideas Summit 2013
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Hui Pu Laka Hawaiian Civic Club: $1,000.00
Keaukaha Health Fair
Hawaii Sponsorship 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Hiipaka: $1,000.00
Waimea Valley Christmas Party
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Hale Mua Cultural Group, Inc: $1,000.00
Kona Kamehameha Day Parade - Pa'u workshop
Hawaii Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Effective Planning Innovative Communication, Inc. (DBA Epic Ohana) : $1,000.00
National convention of Court Appointed Special Advocates
Continent Sponsorship 2013 Health: Improve Family Lifestyle
American Diabetes Association: $1,000.00
American Diabetes Month - Malama Ohana event
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
West Honolulu Rotary Club: $800.00
2012 David Malo Award dinner honoring Brothers Cazimero
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Value History and Culture
Waikiki Community Center: $650.00
Duke Kahanamoku Challenge
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Culture: Participate in Culture
University of Hawaii Foundation: $500.00
Native Hawaiian Science & Engineering Mentorship Program Poi Supper
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Hawaii Bariatric Society: $500.00
Walk from Obesity
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Health: Decrease Chronic Disease Rates
Conservation Council for Hawaii : $500.00
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Land & Water: Achieve Pae Aina Sustainability
Hoa Aina o Makaha: $3,000.00
An Evening Under the Stars
Oahu Sponsorship 2013 Education: Exceed Education Standards
Raw Data

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the Grant Categories?

There are 4 categories assigned by the Grant Team to awards:

  1. ‘Ahahui Grant: Provides funding support to eligible organizations hosting community events that:
    • align with at least one of OHA's Strategic Result
    • provide significant benefits to the Native Hawaiian community
    • offer OHA valuable public relations
    • recognition benefits and community engagement opportunities
  2. Community Grant Program: Provides funding support to eligible organizations that
    • Focus on OHA’s Strategic Priorities and Strategic Results
    • Encourage innovative initiatives that lead to change to improve the conditions of Native Hawaiians
    • Institute performance indicators as criteria to measure effectiveness
    • Require submission of applications from eligible organizations
  3. Board of Trustee Initiative (BOTI): Provides unbudgeted funding support to eligible organizations whose programs align with the broader OHA Strategic Priorities, benefits the Hawaiian community, and is intended to implement unique and innovative programs.
  4. Sponsorship

What are the Grant Locations Supported?

They are Geographical proximity of event or locale of service provision categorized using 13 categories:

  1. International
  2. Continent
  3. Statewide
  4. Papahanaumokuakea
  5. Hawaii
  6. Molokai
  7. Maui
  8. Lanai
  9. Kahoolawe
  10. Kauai
  11. Niihau
  12. Oahu
  13. Multiple

What are OHA's Strategic Priority?

OHA recognizes the unique needs of Native Hawaiians (NH) and hopes to address these concerns via its Strategic Plan (SP). The SP identified 6 inter-connected priorities or grant focus areas:

  1. ho’okahua waiwai (Economic Self-Sufficiency)
  2. ‘äina (Land and Water)
  3. ho’ona’auao (Education)
  4. ea (Governance)
  5. mo’omeheu (Culture)
  6. mauli ola (Health)

What are OHA's Strategic Result?

To create positive systemic change and improve opportunities for NHs and the State of Hawaii, OHA implements its SP by achieving its ten strategic results:

  • Value Culture and History
  • Participate in Cultural Activities
  • Understand Need for a Viable Land Base
  • Achieve Pae’Aina Sustainability
  • Transfer Assets to Entity
  • Improve family Lifestyle Choices
  • Increase Family Income
  • Build stability in Housing
  • Exceed Education Standards
  • Decrease Chronic Disease Rates

Glossary of Data Terms

All Grants: Total number of grants which reports applicable data.


Award Amount: Contracted grant funds advanced/reimbursed by OHA to grantee.


Fiscal Year: The 12‐month period of time during which revenues and expenses are accumulated; this period of time does not correspond to the calendar year.


Grant Status: Indicates whether the grant is still open (Process by which OHA determines that all administrative action and all required work of the award have not been completed) or closed (Process by which OHA determines that all administrative action and all required work of the award have been completed).


Native Hawaiians Served: Number of Native Hawaiians receiving program services reported by the grantee either at the close of a grant and/or the most recent number reported by those grants that remain open. Given the status of some grants remaining open at the time of this data posting, it is most likely that the number of Native Hawaiians served in relation to the strategic result is underestimated.


Native Hawaiians Served Grant Count: Number of grants reporting on Native Hawaiians Served.


Organization: Legal entity known as the awardee, the recipient or individual that receives a grant or cooperative agreement award.


Organization Project: The name of the project the grant is awarded to. An organization may have multiple projects and may request a grant for each project.


Priority Level: Indicates that the grant was not tracked at the more granular level (Strategic Result).


Sponsorship: Provides funding support to eligible organizations whose missions align with OHA’s Strategic Priorities/Results, whose programs/services benefit the Hawaiian community, and whose events offer OHA recognition benefits. This funding opportunity is not intended to support events that would otherwise qualify under the ʽAhahui Grant Program or to support program services. Sponsorships differ from grants which are funded to organizations to provide program services.


Total Served: Full sum of clients which includes NHS and non-NHs reported to receive program services by the grantee.


Total Served Grant Count: Number of grants that report on aggregate number of NHs and non-NHs that were provided program services.