Hawaii Life Charitable Fund Accepting 2017 Grant Applications

We are pleased to announce that grant applications are now being accepted for the Hawaii Life Charitable Fund, managed in partnership with the Hawaii Community Foundation . The Hawaii Life Charitable Fund makes grants to local 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organizations whose programs work to preserve Hawaii’s beauty and culture by supporting its people.

Hawaii Life Charitable Fund grants for 2017 are awarded semi-annually, in the amount of $1,000 to each eligible grant recipient chosen by the organization’s Board of Directors. The application deadline is June 30, 2017, and submissions will be reviewed by the HLCF Board and selected next monthly board meeting following that date. Disbursements will be made immediately upon approval to the awarded organizations.

A Hale For All

Each year a giving focus or theme is chosen by Hawaii Life agents and grants are awarded to organizations whose charitable purposes fall within that theme, and are aligned with the HLCF mission. For the 2017 calendar year, the HLCF giving focus of A Hale For All was selected – thus all 2017 grants will be awarded to those organizations that support housing initiatives aimed at reducing homelessness in Hawaii, and at providing affordable housing alternatives.

Plan for 2017

Organization Grants – $1,000 awarded per island

Agent Organization Request Grants – $250 maximum funds awarded to any organization on behalf of each agent. $250 maximum funds awarded each quarter. Download Agent Request Form Here

How to Apply

We request completed grant applications and any further questions be sent to You can download the HLCF grant application here.

Mahalo for your support in making our community a better place.

Hawaii Life Charitable Fund

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