21st Century Community Learning Centers
The Hana Complex has received a five-year 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CLC) grant starting in 2016. This grant supports 13 partner organizations that provide services to the students and families of the Hana complex, including experiential learning to promote career and college readiness. Partner programs are provided before school, after school, on weekends, and during intersession periods.
Visit Hana21st.org to learn more about our community partners and programs, including the calendar of events for intersession and “Red Friday” programs.
Friends of Hana Keiki
The Friends of Hana Keiki’s mission is to provide support to the children of the Hana district by developing, promoting and funding programs which enhance:
Social and emotional development
Healthful recreation and physical fitness
Facilities which serve area children
Hana Arts envision our isolated rural community enhanced, inspired, and united by the profound and long lasting impact exposure to the Arts has on people’s lives.
Hana Arts provides Art & Cultural education and both life-enhancing and income-generating opportunities for all East Maui keiki to kupuna through youth, individual and family programs including classroom teaching, workshops and events that help stimulate and broaden our community’s potential.
The mission of Hāna Health is to improve the health and wellness of the Moku (district) of Hāna, Maui, particularly among Native Hawaiians and those who are underserved due to financial, cultural and geographic barriers.
Hui No Ke Ola Pono
The vision of Hui No Ke Ola Pono is to inspire and connect navigators and healers in every family for physical, mental and spiritual health. Our vision is to re-establish a once cultural norm where every ohana recognized a special family member. One who possessed special knowledge of interest in providing care to other members of the family. in keeping with this vision, we provide education, capacity-building facilitation of lifestyle changes and access to health care for all its clients, encouraging families to participate and thus building resources within each family.
The mission of Hui No Ke Ola Pono is to improve the health status of Native Hawaiians by empowering the present and future generations to be their own health advocates. Hui No Ke Ola Pono serves as a "bridge" to the Native Hawaiian community by integrating medical care with traditional Hawaiian values, beliefs and practices. Although our mission is focused on the Native Hawaiian community, Hui No Ke Ola Pono does not turn anyone away.
Ma Ka Hana Ka Ike
Our approach is to teach academic subjects through real-life, hands-on application, where students can understand the concepts they’re learning through tangible examples. But these aren’t just examples for learning’s sake. Our projects meet real school and community needs, so our students’ education immediately serves those whose lives it touches
• The mission of Ma Ka Hana Ka ʻIke (“In Working, One Learns”) is to provide at-risk youth with a way to learn that makes sense to them, that builds their self-esteem and shows them they have the power to change their future.
On the outside we build structures—on the inside, we’re building lives.