Charitable Foundation Services
For 125 years, Bank of Hawaii has been helping individuals and corporations devise the best, most effective ways to direct and manage their giving through private charitable trusts and foundations. The majority of the charitable trusts for which Bank of Hawaii serves as trustee designate the charities that are to receive funds generated by trust assets. All of the charitable trusts and foundations included here accept grant applications from Hawaii (and in some instances, Pacific Island) charities.
Online Grant System
You can access the applications to our various foundations here on our Philanthropy site. Just simply click on the Foundation you are interested in applying to and you will see an “Apply” button and an access code at the bottom of the page. Please note, you will need to reference this access code to apply. Once you click on the “Apply” button, you will be automatically directed to our site.
Online Training Documents
Charitable Foundation Services has created the following training documents to assist grant applicants with our online system:
- Creating Your New Organization Account - guide to help with creating an organization account.
- Applying for a Grant - guide to help with the application process.
Looking for a grant?
Several of the private foundations which Bank of Hawaii serves as a trustee or agent have made their grant application available. You can easily search by the foundation name or type of grant by clicking on grant search.
Need assistance with your foundation?
Bank of Hawaii has one of the few trust divisions in the U.S. with a department dedicated solely to the administration of foundations and charitable trusts. Responsible for approximately 120 grant-making foundations, the bank’s Charitable Foundation Services Department has been helping individuals and corporations devise the best, most effective ways to direct and manage their giving through private charitable trusts and foundations.
Bank of Hawaii’s Charitable Foundation Services Department was established to serve private foundations in Hawaii and their grantmaking needs. The department’s eight staff members include three account officers (one with a JD/MBA), one grants administrator, and four specialists.
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