Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives enriches our community by fostering thoughtful dialogue and greater understanding of the missionary role and impact on the history of Hawai`i. – Vision Statement, 2015
Support Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives
Your gift moves us toward our vision through:
- Dynamic school and public programs;
- A unique archives of original manuscripts and Hawaiian language materials; and
- Online resources including digitized photos, journals and newspapers.
Every individual gift is important to us!
- Make a bequest so your donations live beyond your years.2
Plan now to attend Huaka`i on September 9, a gala event with music, dance, and theatre honoring the story of 19th century Hawai`i.
Special thanks to our foundation and trust supporters!
Atherton Family Foundation
Cooke Foundation, Ltd.
Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation
Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation
Harold K.L. Castle Foundation
G. N. Wilcox Trust
Mabel Wilcox Foundation Trust
George Mason Trust
And these granting agencies:
State Foundation on Culture and the Arts through appropriations from the Legislature of the State of Hawaii and by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Hawai`i Council for the Humanities – Visit their website at www.hihumanities.org.
Institute of Museum and Library Services – Use the digital resources created with their support by using the pull-down menu under the Library.
Hawaii Tourism Authority County Products and Living Culture Kukulu o La programs
Mayor's Office of Culture and the Arts, City and County of Honolulu
1The Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives is the business name of the Hawaiian Mission Children’s Society, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization founded in 1852. Our Federal ID number is 99-0073491.
2The formal name and address for bequests should be: Hawaiian Mission Children’s Society, 553 South King Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813. Please call our Development Director Mary Ann Lentz (808)447-3922 if you have any questions.