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Hana Community Endowment Fund

Address c/o Hawaii Community Foundation 33 Lono Avenue Suite 390 Kahului, Hawaii 96732 Phone: (808) 242-6184 Website: HanaAloha.org

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Photo of Hana Community Endowment Fund

Ten nonprofit organizations in Hana have created an endowment fund, managed by the Hawaii Community Foundation. The interest income on the endowment is disbursed annually as supplemental source of operational revenue for the ten organizations.

You can show your aloha for this unique place by giving to a single fund that benefits multiple missions. Contributions small or large are most welcome. Gifts can be made in cash, securities, life insurance, real estate or personal property.

Visit our website at HanaAloha.org for more information and direction to contribute.

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Who Are We?

HĀNA ARTS brings art & cultural education, entertaining events, and workshops to our community and visitors, as well as running Creative Friday School for our children.

HĀNA CULTURAL CENTER maintains a museum and archives to preserve and share the culture and history of the Hāna District.

HĀNA MAUI TRUST funds the Hāna community’s welfare, education and healthcare through seed monies, grants and scholarships to individuals and organizations.

ALA KUKUI “Pathway of Illumination” is a retreat and gathering place in Hāna, that organizes and hosts programs to renew the spirit and enlighten the mind.

HĀNA YOUTH CENTER inspires youth with guidance and healthy activities that feature programs teaching lifestyle skills through culture, environmental excursions and sports.

KĪPAHULU ‘OHANA restores ancient taro patches and provides hands-on cultural experiences and traditional foods for community and visitors.

MA KA HANA KA ‘IKE “In working one learns” teaches life lessons to high school students through the skill of building and construction arts.

HALE HULU MAMO (Maui Adult Day Care Centers) provides a safe and nurturing haven for the precious Kupuna of Hāna to meet their social, creative, cultural and physical needs.

KAHANU GARDEN stewards Pi’ilanihale Heiau (a sacred Hawaiian temple) and perpetuating collections of important Hawaiian plants.

‘OHANA MAKAMAE INC. “Precious Family” is Hāna’s family resource center, counseling and substance abuse agency for the people of East Maui.

Categories: Nonprofit