OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Grants

Purpose

The purpose of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs Community Grants Program is to support projects, programs and initiatives that address OHA’s six Strategic Priorities and accompanying Strategic Results contained in OHA’s 2010-2018 Strategic Plan.


Link to OHA Grants Portal

To learn how to use the online application system, view:


ʻAhahui Grants

The ʻAhahui Grants program provides funding support to eligible organizations hosting community events that benefit the Native Hawaiian community and align with OHA’s Strategic Results.

FY 2020 For events scheduled between Application Available Application Deadline
Round 1 July 1 –  December 31, 2019 March 4, 2019 April 12, 2019

Click here to read the Grant Solicitation. The application for ‘Ahahui Round I is available on March 4, 2019.

Link to OHA Grants Portal

‘Ahahui Orientation Sessions:

Round 1:

  • Friday, March 8, 2019 – 10:00 am to 11:00 am HST (Skype Online Orientation)
  • Friday, March 15, 2019 – 9:00 am to 10:00 am HST

Location:
OHA Board Room (Mauli Ola)
560 N. Nimitz Hwy., Suite 200
Honolulu, HI 96817

To register (maximum 2 per organization due to limited seating) for an orientation session, contact grantsinfo@oha.org. Skype information available upon request.


Fiscal Biennium 2020-2021 Community Grants – CLOSED

The Programmatic Community Grants Program supports non-profit organizations whose projects and programs serve the Native Hawaiian community and align with OHA’s Strategic Results.

Orientation Powerpoint Presentation

Click on the links in the table below to read the full solicitation for each grant category.

Solicitation Number Description Application Closed
20-01 Culture Perpetuating Culture CLOSED
20-02a Health: Substance Abuse  Substance Abuse Services CLOSED
20-02b Health:  Kūpuna Care Kūpuna and Caregiver Support Services CLOSED
20-03 Education To Improve Native Hawaiian Conditions of Learning CLOSED
20-04 Housing Rental and Home Ownership Services CLOSED
20-05 Income Vocational Training, GED and Employment Services CLOSED
20-06 Land Pae ‘Āina Protection and Stewardship CLOSED


Kūlia Grants –  CLOSED 

The Kūlia Grants provide funding to eligible organizations with programs that benefit the Native Hawaiian Community and align with OHA’s broad Strategic Priorities and mission. These grants are provided as a pilot program.

Read the full solicitation here.


Fiscal Biennium 2018-2019 Programmatic Grants – CLOSED

The Programmatic Community Grants Program supports non-profit organizations whose projects and programs serve the Native Hawaiian community and align with OHA’s Strategic Results.

FB 20-21 coming soon, please check back in spring of 2019!

Click on the links in the table below to read the full solicitation for each grant category.

Solicitation Number Description Application Closed
18-01 Housing Rental and Home Ownership Services CLOSED
18-02 Income Employment Services CLOSED
18-03 Health Obesity and Physical Health Improvement Services CLOSED
18-04 Education Improving Middle and High School Testing Scores CLOSED
18-05 Culture Perpetuating Culture CLOSED
18-06 Land Pae ‘Āina Sustainability CLOSED

Additional resources relating to the Community Programmatic Grants Program are available below:

Complete list of FB 2018-2019 Programmatic Grants awardees.

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