• Maui Recovery + Rebuild Fund 

    Join us in supporting Maui with housing recovery and rebuild efforts following the island’s devastating wildfires.

    ‚ÄčThe Hawaii Building Industry Foundation, in partnership with BIA Hawaii, established the Maui Recovery + Rebuild Fund with the goal of providing targeted recovery and rebuild efforts for residents and communities impacted by the August 2023 Maui Wildfire. The fund will be tailored to Maui’s needs, focusing on offsetting the costs of programs that prioritize housing, rebuild and construction solutions, restoring infrastructure, and enhancing resilience against future adversities. The involvement of Maui-based industry professionals, associates, agencies, and other liaison organizations through the Maui Fund Advisory Committee will contribute significantly to the Fund's efficacy.

    Learn more and find donate links for the Maui Recovery + Rebuild Fund at www.hawaiibuildingindustryfoundation.org 

    Call 808-629-7505 or email: holly@hawaiibuildingindustryfoundation.org


    Education + Scholarship Fund

    The Construction Industry's Next Generation Needs Your Support!

    Help Sustain Our Essential Workforce

    Please support the Hawaii Building Industry Foundation's Education + Scholarship Fund.

    Through the Education + Scholarship Fund, your tax-deductible donation will benefit the building industry’s future workforce with scholarships and educational resources needed to sustain the industry. With your help, we can fulfill our mission, invest in our youth, and ensure a sustainable workforce is in place for years to come.

    The Hawaii Building Industry Foundation supports BIA Hawaii’s Pre-Apprenticeship Construction Training program which builds awareness and understanding of the different trade opportunities and the skills needed to pursue a career in the industry while offering a competitive advantage for entry-level positions in the workforce and apprenticeship programs all while strengthening Hawaii’s construction workforce.
    The program:
    1. Offers a comprehensive vocation training program that provides participants with an overview of construction industry trades
    2. Gives participants opportunities to earn nationally recognized certificates
    3. Assists participants with career readiness training
    Your donation will support tomorrow’s workforce with scholarships and training.

    The Hawaii Building Industry Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and your donation is tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law.

    Please consider a tax-deductible donation to support our mission to grow the construction and building industry workforce.

    Donations can be made online via the PayPal Giving Fund.

    Or by check mailed to:

    Hawaii Building Industry Foundation
    94-487 Akoki Street, Suite 213
    Waipahu, Hawaii 96797

    Questions: (808) 629-7505 or email: holly@hawaiibuildingindustryfoundation.org

  • Mahalo to our Education Fund Donors:

    Aloma Wang/ Joseph Uno
    Bowers & Kubota
    Brent Tokita
    Building Industry Labor Association of Hawaii
    Design Partners Incorporated
    DM Pacific, Inc.
    Enviroquest, Inc.
    Hawaiian Dredging
    Jessica M Omoto

    Karen Nakamura
    Ken Hayashida
    Lloyd Higa
    Martin Nakasone
    McE International
    Mitsunaga Construction, Inc.
    Pacific Architects
    Rinell Wood Systems
    RM Towill Inc.
    RMA Sales
    Ronald N.S. Ho & Associates Electrical Engineers
    Shintani Family Foundation
    SSFM International
    Tile Co.



    Hawaii Building Industry Foundation 


    Hawaii Building Industry Foundation is organized exclusively for charitable, scientific, literary and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, including but not limited to the following:           

                A.        To provide scholarships to deserving, economically disadvantaged students who are interested in pursuing careers in the building industry.

                B.        To develop a sustainable building industry workforce in the State of Hawaii by providing educational opportunities for career development, including but not limited to the following: coordinating and promoting industry events and activities that provide educational awareness and support of industry issues; promoting educational programs that support a safe working environment; providing opportunities for the industry to showcase its projects, services, and products to educate the community in conducting business with industry professionals; encouraging participation in designation programs and career enhancement development tracks; and supporting community educational outreach programs that encourage life-long learning.

                C.        To provide aid to relieve human suffering caused by a natural or civil disaster or an emergency hardship and to assist the industry, the community, and those impacted by a natural or civil disaster or an emergency hardship with housing needs and rebuilding efforts, and aid.

                D.        To aid, support, and assist by gifts, contributions or otherwise, other corporations, community chests, funds and foundations organized and operated exclusively for charitable, scientific, or educational purposes, no part of the net earnings of which inures to the benefit of any private shareholder or individual, and no substantial part of the activities of which is carrying on propaganda, or otherwise attempting to influence legislation except as allowed under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”), including the Form 5768 Election, or any successor provision.

                E.         To do any and all lawful activities which may be necessary, useful or desirable for the furtherance, accomplishment, fostering or attainment of the foregoing purposes, either directly or indirectly and either alone or in conjunction or cooperation with others, whether such others be persons or organizations of any kind or nature, such as corporations, firms, associations, trusts, institutions, foundations, or governmental bureaus, departments, or agencies.     

    The Hawaii Building Industry Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and your donation is tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law.

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