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Rendering of the Ola Ka ʻIlima Artspace, home of the new PAʻI Arts Center, in Kakaʻako.

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WE Could Not Meet Our Mission Goals Without YOU!

We could not meet our mission goals without the support of people like you. With your generous support, PAʻI Foundation continues to partner with community, nonprofit, federal, state, and international organizations to successfully create and implement programs, events and outreach activities that preserve and perpetuate Native Hawaiian arts and culture for the edification and enjoyment of future generations.

Ways you can support the PAʻI Foundation*


PAʻI Foundation Annual Fund

Our annual fund provides unrestricted support for PAʻI Foundation day-to-day operations, rent, utilities, supplies, publicity/promotion, and human resources.

To donate, click HERE.

For more information, click HERE.


PAʻI Maiki Aiu Lake Scholarship Fund

Our Maiki Aiu Lake Scholarship Fund  provides hālau scholarship support, based on need, for underserved and at-risk populations.

To donate, click HERE.

For more information, click HERE.


PAʻI Arts Center Building Fund

Our new PAʻI Arts Center will feature professional studio, art gallery, and multi-media spaces as the partner/anchor tenant of Kakaʻako’s  Ola Ka ʻIlima Artspace; which will feature affordable artist lofts, and the PAʻI Arts Center, a Native Hawaiian community center. The fund will provide build-out support for the studios (sprung-floor, mirrors, audio/lighting, projection), the gallery (exhibit options, specialty lighting, point of sale/inventory/security systems), the educational center (multi-media lab equipment, design software, presentation package, furnishings).

To donate, click HERE.

For more information, click HERE.


FESTPAC2020 Fund

PAʻI Foundation is taking the leadership role of directing activities for the Festival of Pacific Arts & Cultures (FESTPAC) being hosted in Honolulu for two weeks in June of 2020.

To donate, click HERE.

For more information, click HERE.


PAʻI Membership *COMING THIS MONTH*

To become a PAʻI Member, click HERE.

For PAʻI membership benefits, click HERE.


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Become a TEAM PAʻI volunteer

To register as a volunteer, click HERE.

For more information on current volunteer projects, click HERE.


Support Native Hawaiian artists and cultural practitioners by attending our Maoli Arts Movement (MAMo) events throughout the year.

For more information on MAMo, click HERE.


Show your support for PAʻI on social media (click icons below) and when you talk about us (and we know you will…), use hashtags #PAI #MAMo.

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