Hawai‘i Life Charitable Fund Delivers Grant Funding to Five Local Non-Profits

The Hawai‘i Life Charitable Fund (HCLF) at the Hawai‘i Community Foundation supports local charities that are aligned with our mission of working to preserve Hawai‘i’s beauty and culture by supporting its people. All Hawai‘i Life agent, client and public donations to HCLF are directed with care to make the greatest possible impact in the community.

This week, five Hawai‘i charities will receive some Hawai‘i Love in the form of a $2,500 grant check from the Hawai‘i Life Charitable Fund. The fund’s Chairperson, Mealoha Krause noted, “The five charities were chosen because they are all working for a cause that is close to our heart at Hawai‘i Life, which is, of course, to create and provide affordable housing for all Hawai‘i residents. It is our goal to support initiatives that help break the cycle of homelessness, with a vision that all Hawai‘i residents can enjoy the security of homeownership.”

ALEA Bridge receiving some Hawai‘i Love

The five non-profit organizations will each receive a $2,500 grant to help further their Hawai‘i-focused community programming. All grant recipients share a similar focus on affordable housing initiatives throughout the state. The non-profit organizations who will receive grants from the HLCF include the Hawai‘i HomeOwnership Center, Hawaiian Community Assets, ALEA Bridge, Kahumana, and Nā Hale O Maui.

The Hawai‘i HomeOwnership Center is an Aloha United Way charity that provides education, information, and support to create successful first-time homeowners in Hawai’i. Hawaiian Community Assets similarly provides state residents with education and counseling in order to help them secure and sustain permanent housing. With a special focus on West O‘ahu and the North Shore, ALEA bridge provides community outreach, helping Hawai‘i residents to break the cycle of homelessness. Based in West O‘ahu, Kahumana is co-creator of a productive, healthy, farm-based community that supports homeless families, people with disabilities, and youth. Maui-based non-profit organization Nā Hale O Maui is Hawai‘i’s first community land trust whose mission is to create affordable housing for Maui residents.

Hawai‘i HomeOwnership Center receiving some Hawai‘i Love

Hawai’i Life has always embraced community involvement and charitable giving, intent on helping Hawai‘i residents. As the real estate brokerage has grown into the third largest in the state, founder Matt Beall wanted a means of empowering the company’s brokers and clients to raise money and to direct their giving to local causes. The Hawai’i Life Charitable Fund (HLCF) and the Hawai‘i Love program were created to answer a need for more flexible, responsive, and innovative giving.

“We have kept our mission intentionally broad so that we can be of assistance to as many different kinds of local non-profit organizations as possible. It’s our honor to serve and give back to our community. The Hawai‘i Life Charitable Fund is supported primarily through staff and client donations, and it is directed by brokers and agents. It is distinct from the corporate giving that Hawai‘i Life continues to do, through our support and work with the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust, Hawai‘i Public Radio, and the Hawai‘i Community Foundation,” said Hawai‘i Life CEO Matt Beall.

Apply for funding

Any Hawai‘i 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization can apply throughout the year for the $2,500 grants by requesting support via email. Requests for funding can be directed to any HCLF board member through their Hawai‘i Life email address at Grants are disbursed twice annually and deadlines for grant applications are on June 30 and November 1 each year.


Our agents, clients, and the general public can donate to the Hawai‘i Life Charitable fund at any time online at Our agents, brokers, and clients can also donate at the close of any escrow transaction.

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Tracy Stice

November 6, 2017

As far as I am concerned as a Hawaii Life agent, this fund represents a core value as an agent. So many people on just on the fringe of being able to buy a home and get out of the ” homeless ” cycle of being a renter. The Stice Team supports this fund and will continue to contribute at every closing, thank to the generous match offered by Hawaii Life.

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