New Hawaiʻi Grants Overview

Over the past 30 years, the Foundation has provided a total of approximately $350 million to nonprofits in Hawai’i. The Foundation has increased its grantmaking in Hawai‘i to $12 million per year, funding dozens of organizations across the Islands. In addition to the Foundation’s overall grantmaking priorities, the Foundation is dedicated to meeting the unique needs of rural communities in Hawai’i. The Foundation also owns more than $1 billion in Hawai’i real estate, which—as part of the Foundation’s overall investment portfolio—helps to fund its philanthropic work in Hawai’i and throughout the United States and Israel.

The Foundation has just completed a summary of selected grants in Hawai’i, 2019 through 2021. Please click here to explore this summary, which is also posted on the Foundation’s website under “Resources” and “Publications.”

In addition, if you have not had a chance to explore the Foundation’s new, interactive two-part website feature yet, you can find selected grants of $50,000 or more approved since 2018 there as well.

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