Students in the Latino Network play basketball in an indoor court.

What We Do

100% unrestricted grants, scholarships, fellowships and stewardship.

Transparent, Relationship-Based Philanthropy

In every category of giving, we aim to practice trust-based, regenerative philanthropy, believing that authentic relationships lead to more effective support for the communities in Hawaiʻi and Oregon.

Banner photo credit: Latino Network

Scholarships & Fellowships

We provide scholarships to women graduating high school in Oregon and partner with University of Hawaiʻi Manoa’s Institute for Sustainability and Resilience to fund a THF Climate Fellow each year.

The Healy Foundation Climate Change Fellow, Ryan Ringuette
100% Unrestricted Grants

Supporting Youth, Environment & Community

Stewardship of Manini Beach on Hawaiʻi Island

One of the most enduring efforts of The Healy Foundation is the stewardship of Kapahukapu, presently known as Manini Beach.

Landscape shot of Manini Beach in Honaunau-Napoopoo, Hawaii.