The Nareit Foundation is inviting Hawaii nonprofits to submit applications seeking grants this year in support of affordable housing programs.
The construction site of a developing single-family dwelling was the site where Nareit Hawai‘i Community Giving Initiative turned over $130,000 to the Kaua‘i Housing Development Corporation to help with the building of the house being done under the affordable housing designation by the county’s Housing Agency.
Nareit Hawaii has bolstered its support of the FilCom CARES COVID vaccination program with a $10,000 donation to provide booster shots and further protect community members of all ages from getting sick due to the pandemic. In April 2021, Nareit Hawaii donated $50,000 to support the expansion of the FilCom CARES vaccination program to communities statewide.
In recognition of the essential family-centered programs provided daily by Parents And Children Together (PACT) to improve the lives and futures of Hawaii’s most vulnerable population, Nareit Hawaii has donated $30,000 to support its public outreach.
Nareit Hawaiʻi donated $20,000 to support the Maui Food Bank’s Aloha BackPack Buddies program, which provides healthy meals to students in need of hunger relief. In 2022, the program will serve 21 schools on Maui and Molokaʻi. About 15,000 backpacks containing six healthy meals each, for a total of more than 90,000 meals, will be distributed to children in need.
Inspired by the daily efforts of the Boys & Girls Club of the Big Island to improve the lives and future for children and families in need, Nareit Hawaii has donated $25,000 to support the continuation of their programs.
On Dec. 23, 2021, the Hawaii Dept of Taxation issued Tax Announcement 2021-09 which provides guidance that REITS operating in Hawaii notify the state within fifteen days of operations.
Inspired by the dedication of Zonta Club of Kaua‘i to help families in need during the holidays, Nareit Hawai‘i is donating $20,000 to support its Christmas Fund program.
Today, Veterans Day, Hawaii Island elected officials and community leaders welcomed the start of a new affordable rental housing development – Hale Nā Koa ‘O Hanakahi – that is being built in Hilo for seniors with a preference to serve U.S. military veterans and spouses of deceased veterans.
Three Molokai families, each with its own special housing challenges to overcome, will see the quality of their living conditions improve dramatically due to a $75,000 grant awarded today to Molokai Baptist Church.