Hawaii Public Radio: Support for hula and the arts
Executive director Jan Harada and Trisha Kehaulani Watson, president of Kalihi Palama Culture and Arts Society, joined The Conversation to talk about the critical need to support organizations grounded in art and culture as Hawaii recovers from the economic and societal effects of the pandemic.
Trisha also shares more about KPCAS’s Kumu Archive Project, a partnership with the Hawaii State Archives and supported by H.T. Hayashi Foundation, to digitize over a century of first-person hula knowledge.
Listen to the audio on Hawaii Public Radio’s website.
HANO Fellows Program - Graduation of Cohort 1!
The H.T. Hayashi Foundation congratulates the nonprofit executive directors who recently completed the HANO Fellows Program. Together, they represent the first cohort of the much-needed program. Now it's time to thrive, not just survive!
Aloha Harvest - The future is now!
As Hawaii's largest food rescue and redistribution organization, and with the challenge of hunger, food insecurity and food waste contributing to climate change, supporting their effort to be more strategic in their growth and operations in the coming years, was an easy decision.