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OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Survey for Native Hawaiian Businesses on Impact of COVID-19

The Native Hawaiian Chambers of Commerce and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs are conducting a survey to assess the economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the Native Hawaiian business community.

We highly encourage all business owners, including but not limited to self-employed individuals, artisans, and practitioners, to take a few minutes to respond to this survey.

We will use your feedback to determine critical needs and how best to help businesses navigate and obtain relief from the various state and federal resources available. The data collected will also help to inform our efforts to advocate for business owners.

Financial relief resources for businesses and individuals affected by COVID-19 from federal and local sources are available on the OHA COVID-19 webpage.


Building Our Resilience: Mahi ʻAi Agricultural Loan Program

OHA introduces new Mahi ʻAi Agricultural Loan

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Office of Hawaiian Affairs announces name for Kakaʻako Makai property

Aia I hea ka waiai a ka llāhui? Where is the wealth of the lāhui?

Kāhea for Native Hawaiian businesses: Purple Maiʻa announces culturally rooted accelerator program

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Native Hawaiian-owned Flavors of Italy receives a $250,000 Hua Kanu business loan from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs

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OHA awards $1.36 million to four community nonprofits to address Native Hawaiian economic and health needs