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Last Call for Grant Applications: Empowering Hawai‘i's Non-Profits Focused on Technology and Health & Wellbeing

By Hawaiian Telcom on Apr 26, 2024 12:12:21 PM

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Are you a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing technology access or improving health and wellbeing for Hawai‘i residents? If so, this is your opportunity to apply for a grant from Hawaiian Telcom, powered by the Bell Charitable Foundation. The deadline for applications is fast approaching, so don't miss out on this chance to make a difference in our community!

Why Apply?

  1. Support for Technology Initiatives: If your non-profit focuses on providing access to technology for communities in Hawai‘i, this grant can help you expand your programs and reach more residents in need.

  2. Promoting Health & Wellbeing: Non-profits working to improve health outcomes or promote access to quality care and improve mental, physical, and emotional health for all members of our communities are encouraged to apply for this grant.

  3. Offering Financial Assistance: The grant can provide the financial support needed for your organization's special initiatives, strengthen existing programs, or enhance the quality of services.

How to Apply

  1. Review Eligibility Requirements: Ensure your non-profit meets the eligibility requirements outlined on the Bell Charitable Foundation website.

  2. Prepare Your Application: Access the grant application here. You must create a new login and password if it is your first time applying. 

  3. Submit Your Application: Applications must be submitted by April 30, 2024 to be reviewed by our Foundation Board and considered for funding.

Deadline to Apply - April 30, 2024

The deadline for grant applications is coming up soon. Don't miss this opportunity to secure funding for your organization's important work. Apply now and join us in making a positive impact on the lives of people in Hawai‘i.

For questions about Hawaiian Telcom grants powered by the Bell Charitable Foundation, please contact Geraldine Ibarra at

Watch how funding makes a difference through the story of Technology Outreach Hawaii, the first-ever grant recipient for our Technology pillar. TORCH and their ICSpark program gives 6-12th grade students across our state the opportunity to learn coding skills from University of Hawaiʻi student mentors.


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