NFL Foundation Gives Money to Hawaiian Non-Profits

By Amanda Borges
Assistant Digital Editor

The NFL’s commitment to the state of Hawaii extends beyond the Pro Bowl game. More than 40 non-profit organizations in Hawaii will benefit from $100,000 as part of the NFL Foundation Pro Bowl Grant Program, the NFL announced today.

The NFL Foundation grants to Hawaiian-based non-profit organizations focus on youth education, health, and physical fitness.

The organizations in Hawaii awarded Pro Bowl Community grants:

  • A Keiki’s Dream
  • Adult Friends for Youth
  • African American Diversity Cultural Center Hawaii
  • After-School All-Stars Hawaii
  • Aloha United Way
  • American Diabetes Association – Hawaii
  • Best Buddies Hawaii
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii, Inc.
  • Children’s Alliance of Hawaii
  • Diversity Activities National Association
  • Family Programs Hawaii
  • Friends of the Library of Hawaii
  • Friends of the Missing Child Center – Hawaii
  • Girl Scouts of Hawaii
  • Habilitat
  • Hale Kipa, Inc.
  • Hawaii Children’s Cancer Foundation
  • Hawaii Council on Economic Education
  • Hawaii Public Health Association
  • Hawaiian Canoe Club
  • Hospice of Kona
  • HUGS (Help Understanding & Group Support)
  • Imua Family Services
  • KAMP Hawaii, Inc.
  • Make-A-Wish Hawaii
  • Making Dreams Come True, Valley of Rainbows
  • Marimed Foundation for Island Health
  • North Kohala Community Resource Center
  • ‘Ohana Komputer
  • Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance
  • Palama Settlement
  • Polynesian Football Hall of Fame
  • R.E.A.C.H. Out Hawaii
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii
  • Special Olympics Hawaii
  • Talk About Curing Autism – Hawaii
  • Waikiki Community Center
  • Waikiki Health
  • Waimanalo Health Center
  • Waipahu Big Boyz Football League
  • West Hawaii Mediation Center
  • Young Women’s Christian Association of Oahu

 

SOURCE: NFL Media

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