- How can I contact the historic Hawaii Foundation?
- Who is the director of the Hawai’i Architectural Foundation?
- Is there a preservation in practice seminar in Hawaii?
- Who are the founders of Palama Settlement in Hawaii?
- Are there any historical homes in Honolulu Hawaii?
- How many Kama Aina are there in Hawaii?
- Who are the donors of Home Hawaii Community Foundation?
- How to become a nonprofit gateway in Hawaii?
How can I contact the historic Hawaii Foundation?
For official designations and determinations of eligibility, contact the State Historic Preservation Division of the Department of Land and Natural Resources at 808-692-8015. A statewide non-profit organization, Historic Hawaii Foundation encourages the preservation of historic buildings, sites and communities relating to the history of Hawai‘i.
Who is the director of the Hawai’i Architectural Foundation?
The Hawai‘i Architectural Foundation (HAF) has recognized Kiersten Faulkner, executive director of Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, with the Paepae I Ka Pōhaku Award, in appreciation of her sustained efforts to raise community awareness of architectural design and the importance of the built environment over the past 15 years.
Is there a preservation in practice seminar in Hawaii?
Hawai‘i Preservation in Practice Training Seminar: Native Hawaiian Burial Protection & NAGPRA Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, in partnership with the Department of the Interior’s National Park Service and Office of Native Hawaiian Relations, will offer a free seminar on grave protections and repatriation.
Who are the founders of Palama Settlement in Hawaii?
Established in 1896, Palama Settlement is a non-profit, community-based social service agency serving the Kalihi and Pālama neighborhoods of O‘ahu. Founded by James and Ragna Rath, pioneers of social work in the Islands, the settlement was founded on the premise that social workers could better serve their constituents if they lived among them.
Are there any historical homes in Honolulu Hawaii?
Honolulu’s historical homes have had a rough road to reach that designation. They’ve had to last in an often tough climate for buildings, a very active termite population and the seismic spread of development in the last half a century.
How many Kama Aina are there in Hawaii?
Historic Hawai‘i Foundation is pleased to recognize the thirteen kama‘āina companies, organizations and landmarks that have reached the 100-year mark in 2021. We applaud their lasting success and contributions to the cultural heritage of the Hawaiian Islands over the past centennial.
Who are the donors of Home Hawaii Community Foundation?
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How to become a nonprofit gateway in Hawaii?
Nonprofit Gateway is for our local nonprofits to create an account and apply for grants. My Giving Gateway Nonprofit Gateway Hawaii Community Foundation Oahu