During Eia Hawaii Fund’s first development phase, we will focus our resources and funds on working in partnership with preselected registered nonprofit organizations based in Hawai‘i in developing, expanding and improving their own ongoing programs.
This strategy will allow Eia Hawaii Fund to gain first-hand knowledge and experience in key specific public oriented programs. During our second development phase, Eia Hawaii Fund will launch its own programs while involving our partnered nonprofits.
All partnered nonprofits must maintain their 501(c)3 registered nonprofit organization status for the duration of the partnership with Eia Hawaii Fund in order to receive funding.
The holistic approach to collaborating with existing non-profits while mutually sharing best practices and organizational innovations will make Eia Hawaii Fund a critical component of the nonprofit landscape in Hawai‘i. In the true spirit of collaboration, we are confident that EHF’s financial contributions would further our exempt purposes.
B.E.A.C.H. is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that generates awareness and solutions to plastic marine debris through: environmental education in schools and the community; marine debris removal and research; and plastic reduction/litter prevention campaigns; in order to inspire actions by individuals and the community that will reduce and prevent plastic marine debris, resulting in protection for Hawai‘i’s marine life, sea birds and the ocean/coastal environment.
The Hawai‘i Wildlife Center is a state- and region-wide wildlife response and conservation organization. Their programs include disaster response and responder training, contingency planning, research and hands-on wildlife rehabilitation at the wildlife hospital in Kapa‘au, on Hawai‘i Island.
The vision of the The Hawai‘i Wildlife Center is a world where native species recover and thrive through comprehensive conservation strategies and partnerships.
Institute for Native Pacific Education and Culture (INPEACE) integrates an innovative approach to teaching and learning through a variety of educational and cultural programs.
Since 1994, INPEACE has been working to educate and empower Native Hawaiian communities. INPEACE has emerged as a local and international leader in early childhood education, workforce development, and cultural land stewardship via vital programs such as Keiki Steps, a parent preschool participation program.
Mana Maoli continually strives toward fulfilling its vision and mission via its Maoli Music and Kānehūnāmoku Voyaging Academy programs, and as the supporting 501(c)3 nonprofit of our Public Charter School – Hālau Kū Māna. While parents, kupuna (elders), educators, musicians and other adult community members serve and benefit from its programs in various ways, its focus is on engaging and serving our ʻopio, or youth. Mana Maoli facilitates individual and community healing and empowerment by fostering lifelong learners who think, feel, and act in ways that are pono (harmonious, righteous); for recognizing strengths and addressing challenges as they seek positive and systemic change in their local, regional, and global communities.
Sustainable Coastlines Hawai‘i is a grassroots, local nonprofit organization run by a small team of dedicated staff and supported by passionate volunteers. They inspire local communities to care for their coastlines through fun, hands-on beach clean-ups; and also coordinate educational
programs, public awareness campaigns and help others run their own beach cleanups. By educating people about reducing their waste and the need to keep our beaches clean, they foster a connection to their coastline and coastlines thousands of miles away.