Celebrating 20 Years
of fulfilling our kuleana

On August 29, 2021, the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement celebrates two decades of fulfilling our kuleana—gathering and uplifting lāhui.

 

In 2001, CNHA was started as a means to unify our community. As a member-based 501(c)3 non-profit, CNHA brings together different leaders and organizations to discuss the future of our Native Hawaiian people.

 

Twenty years later, our mission lives on through the convening of the Annual Native Hawaiian Convention and our programs and services that help to enhance the cultural, economic, political, and community development of Native Hawaiians. 

 

ʻO ke kahua ma mua, ma hope o ke kūkulu.

 

Standing on our strong foundation, join us as we continue to build and grow for the future generations to come.

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We uplift lāhui.

The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement is a member-based non-profit organization that has served the Native Hawaiian community since 2001.