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OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Homestead Grants FY 2022

The Homestead Community Grant awardees are: 

Organization: Papakōlea Community Development Corporation
Project: Papakōlea Community Playground Project
Amount: $75,000
Island: O‘ahu
Purpose: To provide the keiki of the Papakōlea, Kalāwahine and Kewalo Hawaiian homestead communities a safe place to play within their close-knit family homestead community. 

Organization: Kukulu Kumuhana O Anahola
Project: Ulupono Anahola
Amount: $75,000
Island: Kaua‘i / Hawaiian Homestead Community of Anahola
Purpose: To provide water systems on 7 acres of land to the Native Hawaiian beneficiaries in Anahola so they can participate in an ʻāina-based curriculum that will restore health, culture, and food systems. 

Organization: ʻO Makuʻu ke Kahua Community Center
Project: Kūkulu Pono Hale Waʻa
Amount: $75,000
Island: Hawai‘i
Purpose: The project will focus primarily on the development of a community-serving structure that will build collective resilience and provide traditional educational opportunities to participants via the construction process of a hale waʻa, fulfilling a critical need within Makuʻu Homesteads as well as in Puna. 

Organization: Homestead Community Development Corporation
Project: Homestead Advocacy Education Project
Amount: $53,095
Island: O‘ahu / Homestead communities of Kaupea, Kanehili, Kauluokahai, Nānākuli, Waiʻanae, Waiʻanae Valley, Papakolea, Kalawahine Streamside, Waimānalo, and Waiʻahole
PurposeTo provide training that empowers homestead associations and homestead residents/waitlist to effectively advocate and produce a priority list impacting the wellbeing of families and business on homesteads. 


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