REMINDER

Submit your Honolulu Police Community Foundation Scholarship Applications by January 31, 2023. 
Applications postmarked after January 31st will not be accepted.

KE Komo Mai!  Welcome to the Honolulu Police Community Foundation

 

The Honolulu Police Community Foundation (HPCF) is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to foster the relationship between the Honolulu Police Department and the Community.

 

Since 2009, the HPCF has raised over $1.3 million to assist the Honolulu Police Department in purchasing equipment that could not be obtained through the normal budget process ($336K); to grant scholarships to students seeking higher education ($421K); and to furnish medical alert devices to seniors and disabled who live alone and are at risk of falling ($61K). 

 

DONATIONS


The Honolulu Police Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, tax exempt charitable organization.  All donations are tax deductible to the extent the law allows. Your support of the Honolulu Police Community Foundation through Aloha United Way or direct donations would be appreciated.

 

                                                                           

Click here to support us.  Thank you!

Our Aloha United Way Designation Number is: 75150

Our Give Aloha Designation Number is: 78147

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Gala Dinner

The Gala provides funds to the Honolulu Police Department to purchase equipment that could not be obtained through the normal budget process; scholarships to students seeking higher education; and medical alert devices to seniors and disabled who live alone and are at risk of falling. Click here to register for the next gala.

Scholarships

The Honolulu Police Community Foundation (“HPCF”) offers scholarship awards to college-bound students from Oahu’s communities entering or enrolled in a higher education institution. Scholarships vary from 1 to 4 years. Click here to apply now.

 

Deadline to apply is January 31st.

Medical Alert Devices

HPCF has partnered with Project DANA (a nonprofit ecumenical coalition of 28 churches and temples statewide and Kupuna monitoring services) to provide medical alert devices to the elderly and disabled who live alone and may be at risk of falling.