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Hawaii

The Nonprofit Ecosystem in Hawaii

Hawaii is home to 8k nonprofit organizations. In aggregate, these organizations account for $10b in revenue and employ 69.8k 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
Hilo375
Kailua287
Kailua Kona250
Kaneohe250
Wailuku213
Waipahu182
Lihue166
Aiea163
Mililani161
Kahului160
Waianae142
Kamuela132
Kapolei127
Kihei122
Lahaina115
Pearl City114
Ewa Beach113
Wahiawa94
Makawao86
Kapaa84

Explore Nonprofits in Hawaii

Rehabilitation Hospital Of The Pacific

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $87m

Revenue: $48m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to operate health care facilities like orthopedic hospitals or cancer hospitals that provide diagnostic and treatment services on an inpatient basis for people who have specified medical conditions.

Mcinerny Foundation

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $82m

Revenue: $5m

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.

Providers Insurance Corporation

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $77m

Revenue: $17m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to support and fund-raise for single institutions, multihospital health care systems, and similar diversified health systems comprised of closely-affiliated organizations within the Health Care major group area.

California Association For Research In Astronomy

Kamuela, HI

Assets: $74m

Revenue: $26m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to conduct research in astronomy, the physical science that addresses matter and energy in the universe using observational techniques such as spectroscopy, photometry, interferometry, radio astronomy and optical astronomy.

Bishop Museum

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $73m

Revenue: $14m

MISSION:

THE BISHOP MUSEUM IS THE CARETAKER OF EXTENSIVE CULTURAL AND NATURAL HISTORY COLLECTIONS OF HAWAII AND THE PACIFIC. THE MUSEUM'S EXHIBITS, PROGRAMS, AND RESEARCH EDUCATE HAWAII'S RESIDENTS AND NON-RESIDENT VISITORS ABOUT HAWAII'S CULTURAL AND NATURAL HISTORY.

National Tropical Botanical Garden

Kalaheo, HI

Assets: $73m

Revenue: $12m

MISSION:

TO ENRICH LIFE THROUGH DISCOVERY, CONSERVATION, AND EDUCATION BY PERPETUATING THE SURVIVAL OF PLANTS, ECOSYSTEMS, AND CULTURAL KNOWLEDGE OF TROPICAL REGIONS.

Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens

Kilauea, HI

Assets: $71m

Revenue: $6m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the private foundations that use a bulk of their resources to provide charitable services or run charitable programs of their own. They make few, if any, grants to outside organizations and, like private independent foundations, they generally do not raise funds from the public.

Arcadia Retirement Residence

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $69m

Revenue: $33m

MISSION:

ARCADIA PROVIDES SENIOR LIVING EXCELLENCE IN A GRACIOUS, COMPASSIONATE AND DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENT. THE PRIMARY PURPOSE IS TO FURTHER THE HEALTH AND GENERAL WELFARE OF THE ELDERLY BY PROVIDING HOUSING, HEALTHCARE, AND FINANCIAL SECURITY WITH A SUPERIOR CONTINUUM OF ASSURED LIFETIME CARE TO MEET THE SPIRITUAL, PHYSICAL AND SOCIAL NEEDS OF EVERY RESIDENT.

Seabury Hall

Makawao, HI

Assets: $66m

Revenue: $13m

MISSION:

PREPARE STUDENTS FOR SUCCESSFUL COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY WORK; MOVE STUDENTS TO DEVELOP MIND, BODY, AND SOUL; CAUSE STUDENTS TO REALIZE THEIR RESPONSIBILITY TO COMMUNITY.

Sheet Metal Workers Health And Welfare Trust Fund

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $65m

Revenue: $14m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to provide for the payment of life, sick, accident, or other benefits to the voluntary members of associations or their dependents or designated beneficiaries. This code is used exclusively for organizations exempt from federal taxes under 501(c)(9) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Young Mens Christian Association Of Honolulu

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $64m

Revenue: $31m

MISSION:

STRENGTHENING COMMUNITIES IS THE Y'S CAUSE THROUGH PROGRAMS AND SERVICES FOCUSED ON YOUTH DEVELOPMENT, HEALTHY LIVING AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY.

Parker School

Kamuela, HI

Assets: $64m

Revenue: $9m

MISSION:

PARKER SCHOOL IS A COED, COLLEGE-PREPARATORY, INDEPENDENT SCHOOL WITH 320 STUDENTS IN GRADES K THROUGH 12.

Craigside Retirement Residence

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $64m

Revenue: $22m

MISSION:

15 CRAIGSIDE PROVIDES SENIOR LIVING EXCELLENCE IN A GRACIOUS, COMPASSIONATE AND DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENT. THE PRIMARY PURPOSE IS TO FURTHER THE HEALTH AND GENERAL WELFARE OF THE ELDERLY BY PROVIDING HOUSING, HEALTHCARE, AND FINANCIAL SECURITY WITH A SUPERIOR CONTINUUM OF ASSURED LIFETIME CARE TO MEET THE SPIRITUAL, PHYSICAL AND SOCIAL NEEDS OF EVERY RESIDENT.

Ilwu Local 142 Health & Welfare Tr

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $56m

Revenue: $54m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE HEALTH & WELFARE BENEFITS TO ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS IN ACCORDANCE W/PLAN DOCUMENTS.

Hale Mahaolu

Kahului, HI

Assets: $55m

Revenue: $21m

MISSION:

TO DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN LOW-INCOME AND ELDERLY HOUSING PROJECTS AND OTHER RELATED PROGRAMS TO BENEFIT THE ELDERLY.

Hawaii Dental Service Foundation

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $54m

Revenue: $5m

MISSION:

TO PROMOTE THE WELFARE OF THE COMMUNITY AND CONTRIBUTE TO THE CHARITABLE AND HEALTH ISSUES OF THE COMMUNITY. (SEE SCHEDULE O)

United Association Of Journeymen & Apprentices Of The Plumbing & Pipe

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $53m

Revenue: $9m

MISSION:

TO MAXIMIZE THE UNION'S VALUE TO EMPLOYER BY PROVIDING QUALIFIED AND HIGHLY SKILLED CRAFTSMEN TRAINED TO MEET THE CHALLENGES OF FAST-PACED TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS

Kapiolani Medical Specialists

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $51m

Revenue: $146m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to focus on influencing public policy within the Health - General and Rehabilitative major group area. Includes a variety of activities from public education and influencing public opinion to lobbying national and state legislatures.

United Brotherhood Of Carpenters & Joiners Of America

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $50m

Revenue: $11m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to work to promote the rights of employees to fair remuneration and safe working conditions.

Goodwill Industries Of Hawaii Inc

Honolulu, HI

Assets: $49m

Revenue: $27m

MISSION:

TO HELP PEOPLE WITH EMPLOYMENT BARRIERS REACH THEIR FULL POTENTIAL AND BECOME SELF SUFFICIENT.