About Kauai United Way
Please watch our introductory video by Scott Giarman, Executive Director of Kauai United Way. It’s less than 4 minutes long.
Kauai United Way is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization, dedicated to serving the social needs of Kauai since 1943. We monitor our agencies throughout the year and re-evaluate social needs annually. This is your assurance that your hard-earned contribution will be used efficiently and directed where it will do the most good for our entire community.
Where are the programs you support?
All of the programs Kauai United Way supports are here on our island, Kauai.
How important is Kauai United Way funding?
Some agencies depend heavily on our continuing support and could not exist without us. Unlike grants from other sources, which often require that their donations be tied to special projects, Kauai United Way funding is unrestricted. Agencies can use our money for whatever purpose is most important to help them serve the people on our island.
Providing leadership to unite the people of Kauai by sharing resources to better care for one another.
Code of Ethics
Kauai United Way embraces the principles and practices that acknowledge all people are to be valued regardless of their age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, language differences, nationality, parental status, physical-, mental- and developmental-abilities, race, religion, sexual orientation, skin color, socio-economic status, work and behavioral styles, the perspectives of each individual shaped by their nation, experiences and culture.
KUW staff and volunteers are responsible and accountable for ensuring that our actions and behaviors foster diversity in the workplace. Ultimately, we work together to create a healthier, more compassionate, community.
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Where to Reach Us
4374 Kukui Grove St., Ste. 201
Lihue, Hawaii 96766
Phone: (808) 245-2043
Fax: (808) 246-8738
Kauai United Way is committed to diversity and inclusion. We recognize the proper use of the Hawaiian language including the ‘okina [‘], a consonant, and the kahakō [ō] or macron (e.g., in place names of Hawai‘i such as Lāna‘i). However, these have been omitted from this website for the best online experience for our visitors. We realize the importance and continue to use them outside of the online platform.
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