HUI / A group or organization
HULIAU / A turning point in time where we are rooted in the past, influenced by our present and creating stories for the future
WHAT WE STAND FOR
Makua Valley (Island of O'ahu)
To strengthen our communities, make a positive impact on the lives we touch, and provide a brighter future for the Native Hawaiian people through education, economic opportunities, and the preservation of the Hawaiian language and culture.
Ku'ilioloa Heiau (Island of O'ahu)
Integrity – We honor our commitments and uphold the highest standards of professionalism and ethics.
Leadership – We guide and inspire others to make a positive difference in their own lives and in the lives of others.
Excellence – Our commitment to excellence is visible through our daily actions.
Stewardship – We have a responsibility to our communities, our employees, our business partners, and our Hui Huliau ohana (family) to guard, preserve, and protect what is entrusted to us.
Makua Valley (Island of O'ahu)
"Individual commitment to a group effort - that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work."
Mr. Adrian Nakea Silva founded Hui Huliau in 2011 after recognizing the social and economic needs of his own community. As a Native Hawaiian, Mr. Silva wanted to use his leadership abilities to help the Native Hawaiian People overcome the challenges of unemployment and poverty through education and increased self-reliance and self-sufficiency. Mr. Silva also has a passion for preserving the rich Native Hawaiian heritage and the legacy left to Native Hawaiians by their ancestors. His own work through the years with non-profit organizations reinforced his belief that cultural awareness and opportunity breed success, and that leaders are nurtured and developed through a variety of programs that expose them to new ideas, new skills, and mentors who can guide their growth.
As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, Hui Huliau operates on tax-deductible donations and profits earned from for-profit companies owned by Hui Huilau to generate revenues that sustain community enrichment programs. The Hui Huliau ohana (family) of companies works in harmony to support a common mission and to deliver the highest levels of service possible to all stakeholders. This includes providing rapid, reliable responses to our external customers, our internal customers, as well as our donors and benefactors. Our team has decades of experience in their respective fields and apply that expertise to every project we undertake. At the heart of our work is the knowledge that Hui Huliau offers an underserved population of Native Hawaiian keiki (youth), kupuna (elders), and koa kahiko (veterans) opportunities for education and the tools to create a successful life. We also support efforts to preserve the Native Hawaiian language and traditional culture for current and future generations to enjoy.
Hui Huliau is a Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO). For more information on how Hui Huiliau can serve your needs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Located on the Island of Oahu
85-876 Farrington Hwy., Suite 204/206
Waianae, Hawaii 96792
PO Box 587
Waianae, Hawaii 96792-3118
For any inquiries or questions, please call: 808.216.4241 or fill out the following form