WAILUKU — The Aina Nalu Charitable Fund recently awarded grants to two organizations that serve the Lahaina area.
The Lahaina Intermediate School Educational Foundation received $2,500 for the Lahaina Complex After School Enrichment Tutor Project, and the Maui Food Bank received $1,000 specifically for the Lahaina community.
The Aina Nalu Charitable Fund was established with the Hawaii Community Foundation (HCF) in 2005 to benefit the Lahaina community when Aina Nalu, a resort condominium property on Wainee Street, was remodeled.
For more information on the fund, contact Ginger Gannon at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kathleen Buenger at email@example.com in HCF’s Maui office.
With more than 90 years of community service, the Hawaii Community Foundation has become the leading philanthropic institution in the state.
With a presence stretching across all the islands and a reach covering a broad array of fields, HCF works with individuals, families, foundations, businesses and organizations to transform lives and improve communities.
Since 2000, the foundation has provided more than $160 million in grants and contracts throughout Hawaii.
From left, Tom and Karen Voycik and Sandie Lammerding of Aina Nalu, Richard Yust of Maui Food Bank, and Barbara Potts and Angela Leone of Aina Nalu celebrate the donation to Maui Food Bank.