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The Nonprofit Ecosystem in Hawaii

Hawaii is home to 8k nonprofit organizations. In aggregate, these organizations account for $10b in revenue and employ 70.0k individuals.

Where Do Hawaii Nonprofits Focus?

The IRS classifies nonprofits along 25 different categories or NTEE classifications.

*Remaining NTEE categories account for 0 organizations.

Where are Nonprofits located in Hawaii?

CityOrganization Count
Hilo371
Kailua289
Kailua Kona252
Kaneohe251
Wailuku212
Waipahu180
Aiea166
Lihue165
Mililani160
Kahului158
Waianae143
Kamuela132
Kapolei127
Kihei122
Lahaina116
Ewa Beach114
Pearl City114
Wahiawa91
Makawao87
Kapaa84

Explore Nonprofits in Hawaii

Trustees Of The Estate Of Bernice Pauahi Bishop

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $9b

Revenue: $548m

MISSION:

KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS' MISSION IS TO FULFILL PAUAHI'S DESIRE TO CREATE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN PERPETUITY TO IMPROVE THE CAPABILITY AND WELL-BEING OF PEOPLE OF HAWAIIAN ANCESTRY.

The Queens Medical Center

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $3b

Revenue: $1b

MISSION:

TO FULFILL THE INTENT OF QUEEN EMMA AND KING KAMEHAMEHA IV TO PROVIDE QUALITY HEALTHCARE TO IMPROVE THE WELL-BEING OF NATIVE HAWAIIANS AND ALL THE PEOPLE OF HAWAII.

Hawaii Pacific Health Group Return

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $1b

Revenue: $1b

MISSION:

KAPI'OLANI MEDICAL CENTER FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN, PALI MOMI MEDICAL CENTER, STRAUB MEDICAL CENTER AND WILCOX MEDICAL CENTER'S MISSION IS TO CREATE A HEALTHIER HAWAI'I.

Hawaii Pacific Health

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $965m

Revenue: $187m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to operate multihospital health care systems that have two or more hospitals owned, leased, sponsored, or managed by a central organization. Also includes parent companies of diversified single hospital systems that provide comprehensive management and support services for the hospital.

The Queens Health Systems

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $737m

Revenue: $136m

MISSION:

TO SUPPORT, PROMOTE AND MAINTAIN THE AFFILIATE CORPORATIONS OF QUEEN'S HEALTH SYSTEMS AND TO PROMOTE, SUPERVISE AND CONTRIBUTE TO HEALTHCARE RELATED ACTIVITIES.

Hawaii Community Foundation

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $699m

Revenue: $96m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to make grants for charitable purposes in a specific community or region. The funds available to a community foundation are usually derived from many donors and held in an endowment that is independently administered; income earned by the endowment is then used to make grants.

Liliuokalani Trust

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $667m

Revenue: $349m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is for named trusts not classified elsewhere. (rev. 11/04)

Queen Emma Land Company

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $649m

Revenue: $87m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to provide equipment, services or other forms of support which are supplemental to the treatment or rehabilitation of people who have illnesses, injuries or disabilities; or which are instrumental in the prevention of illnesses, injuries or disabilities prior to their occurrence.

University Of Hawaii Foundation

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $548m

Revenue: $77m

MISSION:

TO UNITE DONORS' PASSIONS WITH UH ASPIRATIONS BY RAISING PHILANTHROPIC SUPPORT & MANAGING PRIVATE INVESTMENTS TO BENEFIT UH, THE PEOPLE OF HAWAII, & FUTURE GENERATIONS

Punahou School

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $546m

Revenue: $123m

MISSION:

PUNAHOU SCHOOL IS A PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL THAT IS RECOGNIZED FOR ITS ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE, ATHLETICS, AND EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES FOR MORE THAN 3750 STUDENTS IN GRADES K-12.

Iolani School

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $353m

Revenue: $76m

MISSION:

'IOLANI SCHOOL IS A COLLEGE-PREP SCHOOL FOR GRADES K-12 WHOSE MISSION IS TO DEVELOP EDUCATED, WELL-ROUNDED INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE WELL PREPARED FOR COLLEGE.

Kauai Island Utility Cooperative

Lihue, HI

Assets: $347m

Revenue: $156m

MISSION:

PROVIDE POWER TO OUR MEMBERS IN A CONSERVATIVE AND SUSTAINABLE MANNER.

Hawaii Dental Service

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $289m

Revenue: $249m

MISSION:

PROMOTE AND ENCOURAGE THE BETTERMENT OF THE GENERAL MEDICAL AND DENTAL HEALTH OF THE PUBLIC (CONTINUED) FOR THE COMMON GOOD AND GENERAL WELFARE OF THE COMMUNITY.

Castle Medical Center

Kailua, HI

Assets: $278m

Revenue: $181m

MISSION:

LIVING GODS LOVE BY INSPIRING HEALTH, WHOLENESS AND HOPE.

Hawaii Carpenters Health & Welfare Trust Fund

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $272m

Revenue: $64m

MISSION:

TO OPERATE HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLANS.

Sutter Insurance Services Corporation

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $265m

Revenue: $88m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to act as vehicles for their parent corporations to set aside funds for workers compensation, medical malpractice, general liability claims, and other insurance purposes.

Parker Ranch Foundation Tr 091092

Kamuela, HI

Assets: $264m

Revenue: $6m

MISSION:

PROVIDING PERPETUAL SUPPORT FOR DESIGNATED BENEFICIARIES ENGAGED IN...(CONTINUED ON SCHEDULE O) ... (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) HEALTHCARE, EDUCATION AND CHARITABLE PURPOSES FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE KAMUELA AREA, THROUGH THE SOUND MANAGEMENT AND PRUDENT INVESTMENT OF TRUST ASSETS. THE DESIGNATED BENEFICIARIES OF THE TRUST ARE QUEEN'S NORTH HAWAII COMMUNITY HOSPITAL, INC., RICHARD SMART FUND, A COMPONENT OF THE HAWAII COMMUNITY FOUNDATION, HAWAII PREPARATORY ACADEMY AND PARKER SCHOOL.

Queens North Hawaii Community Hospital

Kamuela, HI

Assets: $242m

Revenue: $86m

MISSION:

ACUTE CARE HOSPITAL WITH THE MISSION TO TO IMPROVE HEALTH AND WELLNESS OF THE PEOPLE OF NORTH HAWAII.

Kahala Senior Living Community Inc

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $235m

Revenue: $40m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE A CONTINUUM OF HIGH QUALITY RESIDENTIAL AND HEALTH CARE SERVICES TO RESIDENTS.

Consuelo Zobel Alger Foundation

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $185m

Revenue: $8m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the nongovernmental, nonprofit organizations with funds (usually from a single source, such as an individual, family or corporation) and programs managed by its own trustees or directors, established to maintain or aid social, educational, religious or other charitable activities serving the common welfare, primarily through grantmaking.