Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center. Photo courtesy of TripAdvisor.com
“Saving Hui No‘eau and other historic sites is important because there is tremendous knowledge to be gained from the stories of the past. By learning about historical events, places, and people, we better understand the circumstances that shape and influence our world today.”
Caroline Killhour, Executive Director
Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center
Advocacy as a Community Stakeholder
Thanks to the support of people like you, hundreds of historic property owners and stewards receive preservation assistance annually from Historic Hawai‘i Foundation. Your contribution to Historic Hawai‘i Foundation helps save places throughout our island communities for public benefit.
Historic Hawai‘i Foundation is actively engaged as a consulting party concerning:
- Thomas Square: the oldest public park in Hawai‘i
- Hāna Highway and Kūhiō Highway: historic bridge districts with unique Island style
- Honolulu Rapid Transit: the largest public works project in the Islands’ history
- Chinatown: the beloved historic district in the heart of Honolulu
- National Historic Sites, Parks, Trails & Monuments
…& many more.
HHF also organizes educational workshops, tours of historic places and other events to connect people with places. Your support is critical to make all of these efforts possible.