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Groups urged to apply for AARP community challenge grants to improve livability

AARP is now accepting applications for Community Challenge grants to fund projects that spark change in local communities. The grant program is part of AARP’s nationwide Livable Communities initiative that aims to make our communities great places to live for everyone.

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Lions Club of Kona offers $10,000 grant

The Lions Club of Kona, in partnership with The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc. is seeking to enable a 501(c)(3) community service provider wishing to serve the poor and needy citizens of West Hawaii, with a grant amount of $10,000.

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Hawaii Preparatory Academy receives $1.5M energy conservation grant

Hawaii Preparatory Academy (HPA) announced the receipt of a $1.5 million grant to continue the school’s growing academic reputation in the field of sustainability and energy conservation studies. The grant is the result of the generosity of alumnus James C. Kennedy, chairman of Cox Enterprises, Inc., an Atlanta-based communications firm. Kennedy, a 1966 graduate of […]

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Young Brothers, Hawaiian Tug & Barge offering grants

MEDIA RELEASE Young Brothers, Limited and Hawaiian Tug & Barge are accepting grant applications from Big Island non-profit community organizations for its Community Gift Giving Program. The program will award grants of up to $1,000 per organization. Community organizations that meet the following criteria are invited to submit applications for HTB/YB grant consideration: * IRS […]

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Governor Neil Abercrombie emphasized today he will make a hard push for the administration’s early education priorities in the upcoming legislative session after receiving word that the state was not chosen as a recipient of the “Race to the Top – Early Learning Challenge” grant competition.

State loses ‘Race to the Top – Early Learning Challenge’ grant competition

Governor Neil Abercrombie emphasized today he will make a hard push for the administration’s early education priorities in the upcoming legislative session after receiving word that the state was not chosen as a recipient of the “Race to the Top – Early Learning Challenge” grant competition.

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Registration open for grant-writers' course (April 16)

Registration open for grant-writers’ course (April 16)

MEDIA RELEASE Successful grant management often begins at the end, with setting up clear criteria for evaluation at the project’s conclusion. However, establishing measures, indicators of success, and goals can be a challenge to even the most accomplished grant-writers. On Friday, April 16, community organizations and individuals are invited to attend a Data & Evaluation […]

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County grant funds Pohoiki celebration

County grant funds Pohoiki celebration

MEDIA RELEASE The Friends of Pohoiki have received a “Healing Our Island” grant for $2,000 to help fund the first annual “Ahahui `O Pohoiki” at the new Isaac Kepookalani Hale Park in Puna. This alcohol- and drug-free community event will feature Hawaiian-style fun, games, crafts, music, plants and food on Saturday, Sept. 12, 10 a.m. […]

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UH-Hilo gets chunk of $10M federal grant

MEDIA RELEASE The University of Hawaii at Hilo has been selected as one of six Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions (AANAPISI) to be awarded approximately $10 million in grants by the U.S. Department of Education.  UH-Hilo is among the institutions selected as the first recipients of this program due to its […]

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