Today, Veterans Day, Hawaii Island elected officials and community leaders welcomed the start of a new affordable rental housing development – Hale Nā Koa ‘O Hanakahi – that is being built in Hilo for seniors with a preference to serve U.S. military veterans and spouses of deceased veterans.
A $50,000 grant from Nareit Hawaii to U.S.VETS is funding key projects at Kama‘okū Kauhale that are helping to give its residents a greater sense of independence as they move forward with their daily lives.
The construction site of a developing single-family dwelling was the site where Nareit Hawaii Community Giving Initiative turned over $130,000 to the Kaua‘i Housing Development Corporation to help with the building of the house being done under the affordable housing designation by the county’s Housing Agency.
Nareit Foundation’s $50,000 Grant to Residential Youth Services & Empowerment Supports Homeless Young Adults on Oahu’s North Shore
A $50,000 grant presented by the Nareit Foundation to the nonprofit Residential Youth Services & Empowerment (RYSE) is funding essential repairs to a group home on Oahu’s North Shore that will give homeless young adults a safe and secure place to build their lives.
Nareit Foundation’s $25,000 Grant to HHOC Housing and Land Trust Supports First-Time Homeownership for Six Workforce Families
A $25,000 grant awarded to the HHOC Housing and Land Trust by the Nareit Foundation is helping to make first-time homeownership possible for six workforce families.
Nareit Foundation Presents $72,548 Grant to Institute for Human Services to Improve Quality of Life for Residents at Kahauiki Village
The Nareit Foundation presented a grant of $72,548 to the Institute for Human Services (IHS) that will be utilized to improve the water utility services for the 144 affordable housing units at Kahauiki Village. This project will enhance water utility services for 129 families, 568 residents living in 144 affordable housing units.
Nareit Foundation Awards $180,000 Grant to Hawaii Island Community Development Corporation to Build New, Affordable Home in Puna District
Around this time next year, a family will be moving into a new, affordable home in Keaau provided by the nonprofit Hawaii Island Community Development Corporation (HICDC) and built using a $180,000 grant from the Nareit Foundation.
Addressing the need for UH student housing