GIVE YOUR SUPPORT
From volunteer activity specialists and homework tutors to the financial assistance of individuals and organizations, the Hāmākua Youth Center is able to serve our youth and families because of the generous support of our community and partners. Mahalo!
There are so many ways to contribute! Volunteer to share or teach a special skill, kokua by purchasing needed supplies, or donate today. Each gift is a rewarding and fulfilling way to pass on knowledge and opportunity to our future generations. If you would like to give your support, please CONTACT US by email or call (808) 775-0976.
HYC enrolls over 40 keiki each year in our after school, occasional weekend, intersession, and summer programs. Whether you are able to contribute supplies or provide monetary donations, we greatly appreciate the support of our community!
Anything Arts & Crafts: pencils, crayons, markers, glue and glue sticks, white paper, construction paper, used books, paints ... and on and on!
Cleaning Products: dish and hand soap, sanitizers, trash bags, Ziploc bags, toilet tissue, paper towels, paper plates, forks, spoons and most anything else!
Snack Foods: healthy snacks like crackers, canned tuna, rice, pasta, nori, fruit juice, fruits, and vegetables.
PayPal is a way for you to support the Hāmākua Youth Foundation with one-time or monthly monetary donations. Any amount is greatly appreciated and vital to our mission to serve our youth. Mahalo!
Amazon Smile is a simple way for you to support Hāmākua Youth Foundation every time you shop. Click on Amazon Smile box, add us to your account, then just make sure your order from smile.amazon.com each time you make a purchase. Mahalo!
The Hāmākua Youth Foundation uses Go Fund Me to support our annual giving drives. Last year we held the $100k in 100 Days capital campaign and will soon be announcing our 2020 fundraiser. Stay tuned!
Behind the scenes of the Hāmākua Youth Center there is a lot of sweat and a few tears as we work to keep the center open to serve the needs of our keiki and families. This year more than ever. We are ever grateful for the many who step forward to give of their time, talents, and means to keep the center open and in pursuit of our mission to open doorways to the world by sharing life skills rooted in the Hawaiian values of kuleana, aloha, laulima, and mahalo.
Betsy Gordon Foundation
Steven B. Hard Foundation
Jewish Community Federation
John Ross Foundation
Rotary Club of North Hawai'i
Barbara Schenewark Estate
Strome Family Foundation
Hawai'i Island Hotel Industry
Atherton Family Foundation
Edmund Olson Foundation
Honoka'a High and Intermediate School
Honoka'a Elementary School
Kō Education Center (NHERC)
Honoka'a Business Association
Hongwanji Buddhist Temple of Honoka'a
Hawai'i Science & Technology Museum
Office of Prosecuting Attorney
Office of Youth Services
West Hawai'i Mediation Center