Sponsors & PartnershipsA compilation of community-based sponsors and partners across Hawai'i nei and beyond.
Local 1260 is one of the most diversified Locals in the IBEW, representing over 3,100 members ranging from the Utility Sector, Broadcasting, to the Service Contract Act Workers from Hawaii to Guam
Las Vegas Hawaiian Civic Club
To promote and perpetuate the traditional values and cultural expertise of the native Hawaiians. To promote educational projects for the benefit of any race (but with primary emphasis on people of Hawaiian ancestry or Hawai‘i born) and to assist in furthering their education with the aid of scholarships. To actively promote and perpetuate the traditional values and cultural expertise of the Native Hawaiians. To unite members into one harmonious group, working to promote the principles of good government. To take an active interest in the civic, economic, social, health and moral welfare of the community and the people of Hawaiian ancestry. To provide a forum for free discussion of issues in the public interest and programs beneficial to the Hawaiian Community. To perpetuate and preserve the traditions, mele (songs), culture, and Hawaiian language of Hawai‘i and to encourage their use.
South Kohala Hawaiian Civic ClubTo promote and perpetuate traditional Native Hawaiian values and dignity. Values: Aloha: compassion and acceptance. Kahuna Lapa”au: Medicine/Healing Health Ohana : Family Ho’oponopono: To make things right. Mālama: To care for and of Ahupua’a: South Kohala Hula Halau: Dance/Chant /Kumu Kuleana: Take responsibility.
Native Hawaiian Chamber of CommerceThe Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce (NHCC) strives to encourage and promote the interests of Native Hawaiians engaged in business and professions. NHCC members participate in a variety of economic, social and public affairs.
Association of Hawaiian Civic ClubsServe with pono in advocacy of culture, health, economic development, education, social welfare and nationhood.
Hawaii FireFighters AssociationThe Hawaii Fire Fighters Association (HFFA) is the exclusive bargaining representative for all professional fire fighters in the State of Hawaii. The HFFA represents approximately 2,000 fire fighters encompassing the jurisdictions of Kauai County, Maui County (Maui, Molokai and Lanai), Hawaii County (Big Island), the City & County of Honolulu (Oahu), and state airport fire rescue
Ko'olaupoko Hawaiian Civic ClubKo`olaupoko Hawaiian Civic Club is a non-profit community organization dedicated to the perpetuation of the Native Hawaiian culture, our heritage and our people.
Office of Hawaiian AffairsClick to visit website
UPWUnited Public Workers' Union
Kiho'alu Slack Key FestivalThe history of the Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festivals had its early beginnings in 1982. It was grounded in aloha and for the love of the music and man that was synonymous with the music. It was an opportunity to pay tribute to the contributions of a man who contributed so much to the music of Hawaii, and at the same time, continue his legacy and help to perpetuate and preserve a unique Hawaiian acoustic guitar art form known as "Ki-ho'alu". Joining us in this effort have been dozens of individuals and corporate citizens in the community who have shared our vision and commitment to preserving and perpetuating a distinctive part of the Hawaiian culture.
3 Days of AlohaClick to visit website
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