What We Do
Supporting youth, environment and community through streamlined grants.
Following the Experts
We respect the expertise of nonprofit teams we meet and partner with throughout the states of Oregon and Hawaiʻi. We believe and trust they know best how to spend their grant dollars. For this reason 100% of our grants are for unrestricted funds.
Photo Credit: ʻIolani School’s KAʻI Program
Our Work in Action
Chiloquin is the first: Trust for Public Land’s first rural schoolyard project
After 50 years of bringing urban communities closer to parks through their Schoolyards Projects, Trust for Public Land and community partners broke ground on the first rural project in Chiloquin, Oregon in October 2021.
Re-use Hawaiʻi: Transforming waste into a community resource
Hawaiʻi is currently facing a waste crisis where more waste is generated than can be sustainably managed.