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The na koa alii scholarship


A a merit-based scholarship grounded in the values and beliefs of the Royal Order of Kamehameha. It provides financial assistance to full-time post secondary students of Hawaiian ancestry who are pursuing a degree at an accredited vocational school, or a two-year or four-year institution.

The Order was established by King Kamehameha V on April 11, 1865 and named in honor of his grandfather King Kamehameha the Great. Today, the purpose of the Royal Order of Kamehameha I continues to unite in fraternal and benevolent work, men of Hawaiian descent, of good moral character, of sound bodily health: to cultivate the cardinal principles of friendship, charity and benevolence; to aid widows and orphans; to preserve and perpetuate the ancient culture, customs and traditions of Hawaii, uplift the Hawaiian people; infuse the spirit of patriotism, loyalty, helpfulness and kindness among its members; advance the interest of its members in every rightful cause, and to encourage and develop leadership.

Lunalilo Home, Elderly Care



King Lunalilo was the first of the large landholding alii to create a charitable trust for the benefit of his people. The purpose of the trust was to build a home to accommodate the poor, destitute, and in-firmed people of Hawaiian blood or extraction, with preference given to older people.



During COVID, many people lost their jobs. Some were on the verge of homelessness. Some actually lost their home. We worked together with Helping Hands Hawaii, as well as individual families, to provide much needed rent relief to Native Hawaiian families. We helped over 30 families off-set expenses with our rent relief program.

Lunalilo Home, Elderly Care



Since 2009, the State of Hawaii has been home to an annual canoe race to honor wounded warriors and celebrate their resiliency throughout their recovery. On August 22, the Hawaii Chapter of the Association of the United States Army hosted the 6th Annual Na Koa Wounded Warrior Canoe Regatta at Fort DeRussy Beach Park.

"It's a great event where our Soldiers get an opportunity and a lot of our leader's come out here to spend time with wounded warriors, spend time with Gold Star Family members, spend time with our fellow comrades and people from the community," said Col. Duane Miller, the 8th Military Police Brigade commander, 8th Theater Sustainment Command.

Our annual donation goes towards the production of the awards.



Kumu Hula Ka’ilihiwa Vaughan-Darval is only one of five women in the history of hula to hold both of hula’s most coveted titles. However, her crowning achievement is her most recent iteration as Kumu Hula who reigns over Hālau Hula Ka Lehua Tuahine. She hails from an impressive lineage; Palani Vaughan is her father remembered as a beloved musician and historian and her mother is Ipolani Vaughan, a much revered and cherished kumu hula and Hawaiian language teacher. When Kumu Hiwa speaks you understand that she welcomes the kuleana of passing on what she knows to the next generation of knowledge keepers, her keiki hula dancers. Our donation goes to support their journey to the 2023 Merrie Monarch Festival.

Lunalilo Home, Elderly Care



FLUX Hawai‘i to produce and publish a library of longform editorial and short films in ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i through the partnership.

HONOLULU — NMG Network has partnered with the Kīnāʻole Foundation to celebrate and promote ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i through longform editorial and video storytelling via FLUX Hawai‘i.

The partnership marks the continued commitment of FLUX Hawai‘i to produce ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i content after NMG initially enlisted the support of Google News Lab to hire the first Hawaiian-language editor working in contemporary media in late 2021.

Articles are produced in ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i first and translated into English. They are published in the pages of FLUX Hawai‘i magazine twice a year, and on a dedicated section of FLUXHawaii.com, accessible to anyone here.

Together with Kīnāʻole, NMG will also produce short documentary style films based on each editorial feature, with select interviews conducted in ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i. The films will debut on FLUX TV, and make their inflight premiere on Hawaiian Airlines to reach a larger audience.

S.T.E.M Education


Na Koa Ali‘i Endowment: We create educational endowments to support Native Hawaiians pursuing trades, two-year, and four-year education through a scholarship program.

STEM Education Molokai:

We provide financial support to underprivileged Native Hawaiian students on the island of Molokai, enabling them to excel in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

Lunalilo Home, Elderly Care



Through our youth sports and health initiatives, we are committed to nurturing and educating young individuals to help them attain their utmost potential. Rooted in age-old traditions while actively steering towards a united future, these programs serve as the lively heartbeat of our community. They foster resilience, friendship, and overall wellness, becoming a crucial cornerstone in preserving our rich native heritage. These initiatives reflect our steadfast dedication to cultivating the promising leaders of tomorrow, where every heartbeat resonates with the harmonious melody of a prosperous and healthy Hawaiian future.



Kīnā‘ole takes immense pride in recognizing and fostering the next generation of leaders, and what better way than through the Kīnā‘ole award? This accolade is reserved for the most outstanding cadets in Hawaii's JROTC program. These young men and women have showcased exemplary leadership, discipline, and dedication, living up to the values JROTC instills in its cadets. As they don the uniform and commit to their training, these cadets are not only building a robust foundation for their future but are also contributing significantly to the community and nation. By presenting the Kīnā‘ole award, we celebrate their journey, their hard work, and the bright future they signify for Hawaii and beyond. Here's to our future leaders!

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