Leaving a legacy for future Native Hawaiians
Dr. Burgess speaks on his desire to honor his great-grandfather, Reverend John Kalino, through the establishment of the Kalino Foundation Scholarship. Like Ke Aliʻi Pauahi, this will leave a legacy for future native Hawaiian leaders that will be here forever. Cheyenne Bajo reflects on how scholarships like these matter because they not only open up a world of opportunity for her and her community, but to others looking up to her, that there is a way forward, and that many around want to help. The Pauahi Foundation partners with many generous donors, which include Native Hawaiian organizations such as the Kalino Foundation, to
establish endowed scholarships for post-secondary education,that will continue on into perpetuity. View video story here.
2022 Pauahi Foundation Scholarship Recipients
Congratulations to Chandler Law and Cheyenne Bajo, they are the Kalino Foundation's 2022 Pauahi Scholarship Recipients! Chandler plans to go to medical school after he graduates with his bachelor’s degree. Cheyenne plans to get her PHD in nursing and envisions herself working as a pediatric
endocrinology nurse practitioner helping children with diabetes.
2014-2015 Pauahi Foundation Annual Report
Kalino LLC and The Kalino Foundation's partnership with the Pauahi Foundation is helping us to achieve our goal of improving the wellness of the Hawaiian Community. The Pauahi Foundation accomplishes its mission by building community partnerships that improve the lives within the Native Hawaiian community through education. This mission aligns perfectly with Kalino LLC and The Kalino Foundation and we look forward to many more years of helping the Native Hawaiian Community thrive through our joint efforts!
Kalino Foundation donates $115,000 to the Pauahi Foundation
In December 2014, the Pauahi Foundation received a donation of $115,000 from the Kalino Foundation – a nonprofit organization focused on enhancing the well-being of Native Hawaiians through business opportunities, cultural activities, education, research, environmental preservation, gainful employment, and health care.