Our Partners & Supporters:
Aloha United Way – improving the lives of the people in our community; collaborating with businesses, government and nonprofits to take a collective approach to addressing community issues.
The Clarence T.C. Ching Foundation – Founded in 1967 by philanthropist Clarence T.C. Ching, the foundation fulfills Mr. Ching’s vision of helping people in need. It annually donates to public and private educational institutions, and to health and social service organizations in the State of Hawaii.
Friends of Hawaiʻi Charities – Friends of Hawaiʻi Charities brings together financial resources from the private sector and spirited volunteerism from the community, with the extraordinary natural resources of the state to produce sports and cultural events that generate funds for qualifying not-for-profit endeavors in Hawaiʻi benefiting its women, children, youth and needy.
Hauʻoli Mau Loa Foundation – Seeks to expand opportunities for those less fortunate, especially children, to find hope for their future and seeks to enhance stewardship, preservation and protection of the environment.
Hawaiʻi Community Foundation – The Hawaiʻi Community Foundation takes a strategic approach to identifying where, with its clients and partners, it can make the greatest community impact for the people of Hawaii.
HMSA – Hawaii Medical Service Association. Working together with employers, partners, and physicians and other health care providers, to promote wellness; develop reliable, affordable health plans; and support members with clear, thoughtful guidance.
HEIC – Hawaiian Electric Industries Charitable Foundation.One of HEI’s missions is to be a good corporate citizen, and the establishment of the HEI Charitable Foundation is, in part, recognition of our responsibility to assume leadership in making our community a better place in which to live for all of Hawaii’s people.
INPEACE – a Native Hawaiian organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for Native Hawaiians through community partnerships that provide educational opportunities and promote self-sufficiency.
Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation – a non-profit public charity founded by Jack and Kim Johnson to promote positive and lasting change within communities to by supporting organizations that focus on environmental, art, and music education.
Kahumana Farms – Aspire to create an alternative farm-based community that celebrates the bounty of Hawaii’s natural and cultural environment while also helping to address some of her most pressing needs.
Ke Ola Mamo – The Ke Ola Mamo mission is to empower, educate and promote the health and well-being of our Native Hawaiian community.
Kokua Hawaiʻi Foundation – Supports environmental education in the schools and communities of Hawaiʻi.
Mākaha Elementary – Located right next door to the farm, their mission statement is to instill VISION: where Mākaha Elementary School can be a community of learners who inquire, reflect, and apply knowledge to become responsible, well-rounded individuals. Carry the MISSION: to create a school community and culture that supports learning through effective instruction, standards-based classrooms, and an array of learning opportunities that impact student achievement and the development of the whole child. And BELIEFS: that all students can learn, they have support of their needs (academic, social, emotional, and physical) which is essential for success, and all stakeholders (students, parents, faculty, staff, and community) shall work together as a team.
MAʻO Organic Farms – Educational farm-based program for college ready youth on the Wai’anae Coast.
Na Lei Aloha Foundation – To encourage harmony in diversity to build caring communities that value and live the Aloha Spirit.
Office of Social Ministry of the Catholic Church – Supports parish efforts in living the principles of Catholic Social Teaching, which is the foundation of our Catholic faith that calls us to live the values of the gospel as modeled by Jesus Christ.
Our Lady of Keaʻau 83-300 Farrington Hwy
Waianae, Hawaii 96792
PALS (Program for After school Literacy Program) – provides out-of-school learning opportunities for a predominantly Native Hawaiian population of children and youth on the Waiʻanae coast.
PLACES (Place-based Learning and Community Engagement in Schools)- supports the planning and implementation of Place-based, Cultural Projects (PBCP) for the children along the Waiʻanae Coast.
Semi di Speranza – Hoa ʻAina website in Italian.
Waiʻanae Coast Comprehensive Health Center – Serving the Waiʻanae community since 1972.
Weinberg Foundation – The mission of The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation is to help low-income and vulnerable individuals and families by providing grants to nonprofits that provide direct services.
The Bill Healy Foundation – The Bill Healy Foundation is committed to responsible grant making through thoughtful choices. We recognize the fragile interdependence between the environment and human beings. The foundation has chosen two points of focus: environmental conservation & the well being of children.
Kosasa Family Foundation
And last but not least… Mahalo nui loa to all of our private donors!
Hawaii Organizations Sharing the Same Vision Through Hope for Kids: