Annual support from contributions to $99
Annual support from $100 to $499. To construct, build up, erect the posts, the walls for the foundation.
Annual support of $500 and up. This will help to lay the foundation, a platform upon which we can construct our hale.
The PAʻI Membership Portal will allow PAʻI members to access their PAʻI constituent account information and transaction history (i.e. donations, event registrations, memberships, store purchases). Members logging in to their account before filling out their forms allows them to have shorter standard forms and prevents duplication of their accounts. Members can view and change their account information (name, addresses, contact information, etc.)), view their membership history and status, view their donation history and print transactions for their records, and view upcoming events and registrations.
The PAʻI Quarterly E-Newsletter is published in January, April, July, and October and features news on PAʻI Foundation programs, events, and activities.
PAʻI Informational E-Blasts are sent as opportunities arise to share programs, events and activities; their pre-sale/pre-registration opportunities; reminders; and are meant to provide more detailed information for you, and those you may think are interested.
The PAʻI Online Membership Directory is featured on the PAʻI Foundation website at www.paifoundation.org, and through your PAʻI Membership Portal. All PAʻI Foundation members are listed, unless they request anonymity. The PAʻI Online Membership Directory lists members by name, state, and email address; and is only accessible by PAʻI Members.
As a PAʻI Member you are eligible to take advantage of PAʻI Event Pre-Sale/Pre-Registration Opportunities. Notice for early opportunities to purchase tickets and registrations will allow you to get the best seats available before they go on sale to the general public, as well as the first opportunity to attend limited attendance workshops/special events.
At membership levels of “Kiʻekiʻe” and above, PAʻI Members receive an additional benefit of a PAʻI Event Discount and their ticket/registration purchases. Share PAʻI programming by becoming an advocate and receiving discounts for friends and family. There is no restriction on the number of discounted tickets a qualifying member may buy, but the PAʻI member must purchase the tickets.At membership levels of “Kiʻekiʻe” and above, PAʻI Members receive an additional benefit of a PAʻI Gallery/Store 10% Discount on items purchased. PAʻI members should provide notice, at the time of checkout, that you are a current PAʻI member, which staff confirm via your PAʻI account record. Membership lapsed, or not a member? Renew or purchase your PAʻI membership at a qualifying level and receive the 10% discount on your purchase immediately.
At membership levels of “Kiʻekiʻe” and above, PAʻI Members receive an additional benefit of a PAʻI Member Promotional Item.At membership levels of “Kiʻekiʻe” and above, PAʻI Members will receive an additional benefit of a PAʻI Member Listing in the Annual MAMo Artist Guide, in their respective categories.
At membership levels of “Kilakila” and above, PAʻI Members will receive an additional benefit of two (2) free tickets to the PAʻI Moʻolelo Festival. Tickets may be used by PAʻI Member, gifted to others by the PAʻI Member, or returned to the PAʻI Foundation for re-sale, thereby increasing your tax deductibility. (value of tickets- $50 total).
At membership levels of “Hanohano” and above, PAʻI Members will receive an additional benefit of two (2) free tickets to the PAʻI MAMo Wearable Arts Show. Tickets may be used by PAʻI Member, gifted to others by the PAʻI Member, or returned to the PAʻI Foundation for re-sale, thereby increasing your tax deductibility. (value of tickets- $120 total).At the membership level of “Nālani,” PAʻI Members will receive an exclusive invitation to the PAʻI Annual Pōʻaha Reception/Dinner. This event is exclusive to the “Nālani” level donors (and their guest), the PAʻI Executive Director, the PAʻI Development Officer, and maybe a PAʻI AIR (Artist-in-Resdence) or two. This event is to provide an opportunity for “Nālani” members to share their insights on why they support the PAʻI Foundation with PAʻI executive director, Victoria Holt Takamine, and select PAʻI Foundation staff/board members to allow the Foundation to nurture any “Nālani” members who are interested in increasing their support for the PAʻI Foundation by maintaining their “Nālani” membership, becoming solicitors for others interested in becoming “Nalani” members, and cultivating major gift and board prospects.