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Teresa F. Hughes Trust

Area Served: Hawaii - Statewide
Proposal Due: April 30th

The trustees general policy is to consider one request each year from qualified organizations in the State of Hawaii serving the community.  Grants are intended to provide financial assistance to qualified elderly adults and children.

Teresa F. Hughes Trust provides grants to community-based service organizations, which in turn distributes these funds in the form of financial assistance to improve and enhance the lives of qualified adults and children.

The Trust does not make grants directly to individuals, to endowments, for reserve purposes, or deficit financing; it does not provide multiple-year funding.

Foundation Documents
  - Historical Background (PDF)
  - Grant List (PDF)

Program Information

Policy
Support is provided in the form of PIN (Persons In Need) grants to assist qualified individuals in the state of Hawaii.

Fields of Interest
  - Health and Human Services

Specific Eligibility Criteria
  - Adults who are at least 70 years of age, in financial need, and in ill health
  - Children who are under 18 years of age, in financial need, and have been abused, neglected or abandoned
     or resides in a household where abuse has occurred. 
  - All individuals served must reside in Hawaii

Foundation Documents for Program Grants

Grant Application Information (PDF)

Reporting Guidelines – PIN for Children (PDF)

Reporting Guidelines – PIN for Adults (PDF)