In September 2019, our foundation opened its first office at the Cameron Center in Wailuku. Supporters can now make an appointment to visit and learn more about how they can be apart of our nonprofit. Mahalo to Kapono Kamaunu for blessing our new ke’ena (office). Click here to find us.
In the fall of 2019, we entered into a new partnership with the independent Hawaiian immersion school, Ke Kula ‘o Pi’ilani. In addition to assisting with educational supplies and their annual rent, we are excited to find more ways to partner with them and improve their current location in ‘Iao Valley.
When you visit our new office, you’ll meet our new Executive Director, Joylynn Paman. She has over 20 years experience with Maui’s non-profits and will be managing our organization with guidance from our board. If you have any questions about our foundation, want to know more about our projects or just want to discuss about how we can work together to perpetuate our Hawaiian culture, come and visit her at the Cameron Center.