Maui Business

Young Brothers Accepting Applications for Community Grant Funds

December 8, 2014, 8:43 AM HST
* Updated December 8, 8:44 AM
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Young Brothers barge, file photo by Wendy Osher.

Young Brothers barge, file photo by Wendy Osher.

By Maui Now Staff

Young Brothers, Limited is now accepting grant applications from non-profit community organizations in Maui County for its Community Gift Giving Program.

The program will award grants of up to $2,500 per organization.

The deadline to submit applications is this Friday, Dec. 12, 2014.

Community organizations that meet the following criteria are invited to submit applications for grant consideration:

  • IRS Approved under Section 501 (c) 3 for non-profit status
  • Purpose of organization is related to:
    o Health
    o Education
    o Civic and Community Service
    o Youth Activities
    o Cultural Enrichment
    o Environment
    o Special Community Projects

Application forms and information are available at the Young Brothers Hawaiʻi website under the “Community Gift Giving” tab.


It’s preferred that applications be submitted via email to [email protected] Applications can also be faxed to (808) 543-9489, or mailed to: Young Brothers, Limited, PO Box 3288, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi 96801, Attn: Tiff Whitworth.

Maui County Community Advisory Board members include:Roy Katsuda, Chairperson; Sandy Baz and Jo-Ann Ridao of Maui; and Alberta de Jetley of Lānaʻi.

Young Brothers, Limited, currently employs approximately 340 employees across the state.  The company has served Hawaiʻi since 1900, and is a publicly regulated water carrier, providing 12 weekly port calls from Honolulu to the state’s neighbor islands including: Hilo, Kawaihae, Kahului, Kaumalapau, Kaunakakai and Nāwiliwili.

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