Ohana100 is continuing to do good for the people of Hawaii and beyond.
By giving back and working together with other community members, Ohana100 is providing direct services to many children in Hawaii and New York.
We have been providing services as a club since 2013, giving free new books to kids in Western New York and organizing neighborhood kids to conduct service projects in our community. We became a 501c3 in 2015 and developed GO! PROJECTS which are ways that we are able to make a meaning impact in our community.
In Fall 2019, board members officially approved the name change to “Ohana100, The Daniel Kahikina Akaka Family Foundation.”
Ohana100 is a tax-exempt nonprofit, as defined by section 501(c)3 private foundation of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, EIN: 47-3552375, operating in Hawaii and New York. Your donation is deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
BEHIND THE NAME
Ohana means “family” in Hawaiian. Family gatherings are big in Hawaii and when we come together and share our stories. Our family gathered to talk about giving back to our community, investing in future generations and about doing something meaningful in life. 100 means that 100% of funds go directly into purchasing books and it also means 100% effort of our time is devoted to service and providing help or support to our community.