Foundation / Corporation
Bank of Hawaii Charitable Foundation - Elsie H. Wilcox Foundation
Grants to Hawaii nonprofit organizations to benefit local communities in the areas of health, human services, community, religion, education, arts, culture, and the environment. Preference is given to projects and programs serving the Island of Kauai. Applications may be submitted for program, general operating, or general capital support.
For programming requests, support is provided for programs that better the lives of individuals and families in the state of Hawaii with preference to Kauai Island. General Operating grants are usually provided to organizations that have an established relationship with the Trust.
General Capital Grants are provided for small capital projects or equipment with total costs of less than $500,000; however at the discretion of the Trust, projects or purchases of certain values and scope may be treated as large capital projects and may not be eligible. These grants are provided for the purchase of equipment, renovations, and construction of buildings. Generally, the Trust prefers to be one of several contributors, expecting the organization to acquire needed funds from several sources to assure the project is completed at a specific time and/or in a timely manner.
GrantWatch ID#: 173058
General Capital grants are provided for small capital projects or equipment with total costs of less than $500,000.
This grant does not provide multiple-year funding.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://www.grantinterface.com/Home/Logon?urlkey=bankhawaii
- For programming support enter code: EHWFP
- For general operating support enter code: EHWFGO
- For general capital requests enter code: EHWFGC
Paula Boyce, AVP & Grants Administration Officer
P: (808) 694-4945
F: (808) 694-4006
Elaine Moniz, Administrative Assistant
P: (808) 694-4944
F: (808) 694-4006
Elsie H. Wilcox Foundation
c/o Bank of Hawaii
Trustee Charitable Foundation Services #758
130 Merchant Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Toll-free from Neighbor Islands: 1-800-272-7262
USA: Hawaii: Statewide, with a preference for programs serving the Island of Kauai
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