Starting September 1, 2011 local nonprofits can submit their innovative ideas for grant awards of up to $100,000 provided by the Hawaii Community Foundation’s Island Innovation Fund (IIF).
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs announced that nonprofit organizations across the state have only six chances left to attend mandatory workshops for its grants program.
Today, Hawaii Medical Service Association (HMSA) announced it has made a total donation of $82,995 to Aloha for Japan to support recovery from the earthquake and tsunami last month.
The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA), in partnership with Hawaii’s four counties, announced the selection of more than 120 events and projects to receive support through the HTA’s County Product Enrichment Program (CPEP).
The Bank of Hawaii has increased its Mike Lyons Maui Community Award to $25,000 for 2011. Applications for this prestigious award are due March 17.
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