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Hawaiian Community Assets is an award-winning housing program that helps Hawaiians with financial literacy counseling with the end goal of securing stable housing. This OHA Grantee has helped 770 ʻohana statewide.

OHA Grantee Helps Hawaiians with Housing

Hawaiian Community Assets is an award-winning housing program that helps Hawaiians with financial literacy counseling with the end goal of securing stable housing. This OHA Grantee has helped 770 ʻohana statewide. Studies have found that stable housing is one of the key factors for building economic stability and self-sufficiency.

In addition to grant funding housing programs, in 2008 OHA began a 30 year commitment to provide $3 million annually to the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands to help build affordable housing for Hawaiians.

Learn more about OHAʻs housing and economic self-sufficiency grants at https://oha.org/economic-self-sufficiency/edh-grants/.

Produced by OHA Digital and Print Media
Video by 4 Miles
Edit by Alexis Panoncillo

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