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Keaukaha-Panaʻewa Community Alliance (KPCA) was incorporated in 2012 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) entity.  A small number of Keaukaha-Panaʻewa Farmers Association (KPFA) members formed KPCA to focus on seeking funding opportunities to support KPFAsʻ objectives and projects.  The mission of KPCA is to align with KPFA to serve our community, and to serve as KPFAʻs fiscal sponsor.  KPCAʻs role in this partnership is to streamline acquisition of funding to support KPFAʻs  community serving programs. 

The mission of KPCA is to also serve as engagement agents with various communities, agencies and partners related to initiatives that impact our community or lāhui.   Our commitment to best represent the collective perspectives, concerns, and needs of our community requires that we facilitate community engagement and initiate engagement with agencies and partners. These engagements  include:

Sovereign Council of Hawaiian Homestead Associations 

DHHL Commission [ Meeting Schedule

Office of Hawaiian Affairs Board of Trustees [ Meeting Schedule ] 

Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement

Senator Laura Acasio

Mahalo to our generous sponsors and partners for contributing to the following programs:

  • (2021) Recipient of monetary support for our mission to serve Native Hawaiian cultural practitioners.

     Sponsored by PAʻI Foundation [ about ]   

  • Panaʻewa Hub Master Plan (2021) -  A Regional Plan Priority Project award recipient for a homestead project proposal.  The project is to complete a Master Plan for a build out of an innovative community resiliency Hub and Agriculture Training Center.

     Sponsored by the  Department of Hawaiian Home Lands [ about ]

  • Panaʻewa Community Resiliency Hub (2020) - Initiated in response to the COVID pandemic.  Distributed PPE, food, and assistance program information.  For our kūpuna (elders), performed health & wellness outreach and home delivery of food and fundamental provisions.   Provided internet and computer access.

               Sponsored by Vibrant Hawaiʻi   Supported by 281 volunteer hours from our Panaʻewa community.

  • Kūpuna Food Distribution and Hygiene Provisions (2020) - Distributed food and provisions to kūpuna (elders)

               Sponsored by Ola Nā Iwi Kupuna   ​

  • Kūpuna Meals (2020) - Bento meals were distributed to our community  kūpuna (elders).

               Sponsored by Share Aloha Challenge Foundation [ about ]

  • Hoʻoulu ʻĀina Community Project (2020 - 2021) - Continue to promote food sovereignty, providing instructional and hands-on workshops of Hawaiian ancestral crops, lāʻau lapaʻau (Hawaiian medicinal plants), traditional farming practices, and cultural significance and uses;.

     Sponsored by the Pawanka Fund [ about ]

  • Hoʻoulu ʻĀina Community Project (2019 - 2020) - Promoting food sovereignty, health and wellness, and documenting oral histories of Hawaiian farming practices.

     Sponsored by the Pawanka Fund [ about ]

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