State Foundation on Culture and the Arts
The State Council on Hawaiian Heritage is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to the preservation and perpetuation of the Hawaiian Culture.
A nonprofit educational organization dedicated to the preservation and perpetuation of the Hawaiian Culture, conducts seminars, classes, conferences, and workshops in various aspects of the culture including hula, language and history
Mayor’s Council on Culture and the Arts – O’ahu
Michael Pili Pang
c/o Mayor’s Culture & Arts Office
530 S. King St
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Edith Kanaka’ole Foundation
Maui Arts Council
Papa Kuhikuhi www.mauiculture.net
Voice of Hawaii is dedicated to promoting and preserving Hawaiian Culture and Arts through education. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit Corporation with studios and offices located in Kihei, Maui, Hawaii. The EIN number for Pacific Broadcasting Service, our parent organization, is: 41-2068996. All monetary gifts to this organization are tax deductable. Please read our mission statement on the "Ohana Page". Mahalo!
Halau O Ka Lama, Hawaiian Studies on the Web: http://members.aol.com
Ho'oulu Lahui, an educational nonprofit organization in Hawaii seeks to perpetuate cultural traditions and practices of the ancient Hawaiians. By embracing traditional concepts and merging them with the latest in technology, its goal is a sustainable community living in harmony with the environment. The organization's 600 coastal acre land base includes an ancient Hawaiian village that serves as a cultural and environmental learning center. Ho'oulu Lahui's partnership with Kua oka La Public Charter school includes plans for the first totally driven solar school in the state of Hawaii. Ho'oulu Lahui is an exemplary environmental model for educational agencies. Among its activities, it partners with college students on forest management and hosts students, families and educators from across the world on its solar program and other environmental practices.