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Grants & Scholarships
Kūpuna Aging in Place

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The Hawai`i Community Foundation has provided grants for elderly services for over 30 years through the Persons in Need (PIN) for Elderly Services Program, now known as the Kūpuna Aging in Place (KAP) Program for Elderly Services.

KAP is a multi-year grant program supporting organizations that provide a range of supportive services including community-based support services, adult day care & adult day health, and caregiver support services for low- to moderate-income kūpuna (seniors) age 65 and older and their caregivers so that kūpuna in Hawaii are able to age in place.

2019 – 2021 Grantees:
Catholic Charities Hawaii
Hale Hau'oli Hawai'i
Hale Makua Health Services
Hawaii Island Adult Care, Inc.
Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services
Kula No Na Po'e Hawai'i
Maui Day Care Center for Senior Citizens and Disabled, Inc.
Moiliili Hongwanji Mission
Na Hoaloha Maui Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers
Ohana Pacific Foundation
Palolo Chinese Home
Seagull Schools, Inc.
St. Francis Healthcare Foundation of Hawaii
Waikiki Community Center

The deadline to apply has passed and we are no longer accepting applications.

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Interested in learning more about the Kūpuna Aging in Place Program?
Contact Elise von Dohlen at evondohlen@hcf-hawaii.org