Hawaii Chapter

EPIP Hawaii provides professional development and networking opportunities to philanthropic practitioners working in Hawaii. Our members are interested in contributing to a multigenerational and effective philanthropic landscape that has a notable social impact.

To get in touch with us, email hawaii@epip.org

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EPIP Hawaii Chapter News

Charley Ice on the New Economy and Philanthropy

Posted on September 18, 2013

This post was authored by Charley Ice, who is an active member of EPIP-Hawaii. Charley grew up in Yosemite and studied sociology and political science at Berkeley in the Vietnam era, followed by a masters in urban planning in Hawaii. He’s been in Hawaii for 40 years, and is a proponent of Hawaiian issues, environmental and social justice issues, in addition to holding interests in economics and current events. Charley chairs the Environmental Caucus of the Democratic Party, and serves as a union shop steward at his office in the Hawaii Commission on Water Resource Management, where they tackle cutting edge issues in the public trust. He is also a boardmember of the Hawaii People’s Fund, a small seed-grant agency focused on social and environmental justice, whose motto is “change, not charity”.  

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EPIP Hawaii Quarterly Newsletter

Posted on November 05, 2012
The EPIP Hawai’i quarterly newsletter is now available! Read about upcoming events and recaps of past events, new initiatives like the “Connecting Leaders in Philanthropy” program, and a list of excellent resources and professional development opportunities. For more information or questions, contact the steering committee at hawaii@epip.org. Download the newsletter here!
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EPIP Hawaii November Lunch Meeting

Posted on October 25, 2012
EPIP Hawai’i Presents Learning Circles Creating a space that encourages collaboration and innovation is essential in Philanthropy. Small group discussions will be facilitated to promote the awareness and sharing of information that may be of interest to others working in philanthropic sectors.
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EPIP Hawaii October Lunch Meeting

Posted on September 25, 2012
Please join us for our EPIP Hawai’i October lunch meeting featuring small group discussions with respected Hawai’i philanthropic leaders: Janis Reischmann,  Executive Director of  Hau’oli Mau Loa Foundation Stacie Ma’a,  Vice President of  The Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation Terry George,  Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Harold K.L Castle Foundation Al Castle,   Executive Director of the  Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation Nancy Aleck,  Executive Director of the Hawai’i People’s Fund This lunch will also serve as a kick off to the EPIP Hawai’i Connecting Leaders in Philanthropy program. This is an inquiry program where EPIP members will have the opportunity to learn from these philanthropic leaders through a series of one-on-one interactions. Thursday, October 4th, 2012 12:00 – 1:30 pm The Bankers Club (First Hawaiian Center), 999 Bishop St, Honolulu Lunch cost is $15. Space is limited, please RSVP by October 2nd to hawaii@epip.org.
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EPIP Hawaii's September Meeting

Posted on August 28, 2012
Join EPIP Hawaii for their September lunch meeting! Friday, September 7, 2012 12:00 – 1:30 pm YWCA Laniakea, 1040 Richards Street, Downtown Honolulu We will be hosting a panel of innovative leaders in the arts.  Rich Richardson, the Executive Director of HAPA, Marilyn Cristofori, the Executive Director of Hawaii Arts Alliance, and Louise King Lanzilotti, the Executive Director of El Sistema Hawaii will be sharing their perspectives on social transformation and creativity. Space is limited! RSVP or send questions to hawaii@epip.org.
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