Give Big Hawai‘i: Who Benefits from Nonprofits? The Maui Farm
The Maui Farm provides safe, transitional housing to help families get back on their feet.
Give Big Hawai‘i, formerly Hawai‘i Gives Back, celebrates the spirit of philanthropy in our Islands. There are so many nonprofits across the state doing exceptional work to make Hawai‘i a better place. Yet, many organizations have limited resources to meet the diverse needs, and depend on the generosity of donors, as well as the hard work of volunteers, to fulfill their missions.
To support the wide range of services and programs offered by nonprofits, we hope you’ll join us in supporting organizations who are pushing forward with their visions for a better Hawai‘i.
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Nonprofits improve lives in Hawai‘i, from our keiki to kūpuna, and they need our help.
A directory of Hawai‘i charities and how you can support their worthy causes.
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In partnership with Southwest Airlines, Give Big Hawai‘i celebrates the work done by organizations, donors and individuals across the state—giving back, helping neighbors, and making Hawai‘i the special place we call home. Mahalo to Southwest Airlines for its support of this publication and bringing resources, organizations and people together to advance the health, education and financial stability of every person in our community.