Nareit Hawaii and Individual REITs

REIT investments help strengthen communities through development of workforce rental housing, medical facilities, shopping centers and commercial buildings that benefit all residents. REITs operating in Hawaii have a distinguished history of individually supporting local charities, non-profits, and community initiatives.

Nareit Hawaii and the REITs operating in Hawaii support much-needed community programs and initiatives statewide including:

Contributing to Hawaii’s Communities

REITs are part of the community and participate in philanthropic and charitable giving that supports non-profit organizations delivering much-needed services to children, youths, kupuna and many other groups with special needs and circumstances.

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Youth and Children

• Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii
• After-School All-Stars Hawaii
• Girl Scouts Council of Hawaii

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Education

• University of Hawaii Shidler School of Business
• Public Schools of Hawaii Foundation
• Kauai Schools Science and Engineering Fair

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Culture and Arts

• Malie Foundation
• Manoa Valley Theatre
• Hawaii Nature Center

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Families in Need

• Hawaii Food Bank “Canstruction”
• HomeAid Hawaii
• Hale Kipa


"One of the greatest benefits of having our annual CANstruction event at Pearlridge Center is the incredible exposure Hawaii Foodbank receives. Over the past 12 years, CANstruction has helped increase hunger awareness by raising over 375,000 pounds of canned food."

Ron Mizutani

Ron Mizutani
President and CEO of Hawaii Foodbank