In 2014, Kaiser Permanente Hawaii provided $1.2 million in grants and donations to 64 local organizations.

Our goal is to be the champion of health care in Hawaii - for our members and everyone who lives and works in our community. Through partnerships with community groups, schools, and government organizations, we work to improve access to health care, influence public policy, and develop programs that promote healthy living.

Community News

Access

Improving access to health care for historically underserved and marginalized communities is fundamental to our mission at Kaiser Permanente.

  • 6,000+ medical financial assistance awards to help low-income people.
  • 2,000,000+ lives touched through our charitable efforts.
  • 24,300 QUEST Integration members.
Environment

We work to build stronger, healthier communities and to inspire people to be healthier in all aspects of their lives.

  • 1,000+ physicians, staff, and their families and friends volunteered for our Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Day of Service at 8 sites on 3 islands.
  • More than 800 physicians and staff volunteered to support the Great Aloha Run on race day and during the expo.
  • 3 Energy Star certified facilities.
  • 3 Weekly Farmers Markets.
Knowledge

We develop important new medical knowledge and share it widely with others. We also work to better understand - and eliminate - health disparities.

  • Educational Theater performances at 36 schools, reaching 10,783 students and adults.

2014 Grant & Donation Recipients

GRANTS
Adult Friends for Youth
Center for Tomorrow's Leaders
Community Health Outreach Work to Prevent AIDS
Department of Health, Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Division
Hawaii Appleseed Center for Law and Economic Justice
Hawaii Department of Education
Hawaii Pacific University (fiscal agent for Honolulu Age Friendly Cities)
Hawaii Pediatric Association Research and Education Foundation
Hawaii Primary Care Association
Hawaii Youth Services Network
Honolulu Theatre for Youth
KUPU
Mala'ai: The Culinary Garden of Waimea Middle School
North Shore Community Land Trust
PATH - Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii
Project Vision Hawaii
State Department of Education
The Foodbasket, Inc.
Tri-Isle Resource Conservation & Development Council Inc.
UH Manoa, School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene; c/o University Clinical, Education and Research Associates (UCERA)
University of Hawaii Foundation/HICORE
IN-KIND
Chaminade University of Honolulu, School of Nursing
Cycle on Hawaii
Hawaii Department of Education
Hawaii Pacific University
Kaho'omiki
Kula No Na Poe Hawaii
Mental Health Kokua
Project Vision Hawaii
UH JABSOM, SimTiki Simulation Center
UH Manoa, Human Nutrition, Food and Animal Science Department
University of Hawaii Maui College
OTHER SUPPORT
Adult Foster Homecare Association of Hawaii
Alliance for Biking and Walking
Aloha United Way
American Heart Association
Association of Fundraising Professionals
Bay Clinic
Center for Tomorrow's Leaders
Chinese Chamber of Commerce Foundation
City & County of Honolulu
Hawaii Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations
Hawaii Appleseed Center for Law and Economic Justice
Hawaii Foodbank
Hawaii Hospital Education and Research Foundation
Hawaii Immunization Coalition
Hawaii Pacific University (fiscal agent for Honolulu Age Friendly Cities)
Hawaii State Department of Education/Kealakehe Intermediate School
Hawaii Women's Legal Foundation
Hawaiian Community Assets
Ka'ala Farm Inc.
Kaho'omiki
Ke Alii Pauahi Foundation
Keiki Injury Prevention Coalition
March of Dimes
National Kidney foundation of Hawaii
North Kohala Community Resource Center
Papahana Kuaola
PATH - Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii
The Kohala Center
The Maui Farm, Inc.
Waianae Community Redevelopment Corp.