We understands that there are some in our community who would like to attend, but may not be able to afford to do so. If you are interested in a scholarship to help offset the cost of attendance for this year's convention, please fill out the form below.
Deadline to apply for the convention scholarship is July 1, 2022.
ʻAha ʻŌpio: Ulu Koa
Calling out to our young Aloha ʻĀina students!
Join us at the CNHA Annual Native Hawaiian Convention as we take you through a full day of understanding the framework of our Native Rights in Hawaiʻi and the systems that they operate in. Water rights, Ceded Lands, Kingdom laws and more will be discussed. This is also an opportunity for teachers to participate and earn a stipend for your participation.
The ʻAha ʻŌpio occurs on the first day of convention, July 19 from 9:00am – 4:30pm (8:30am registration) and participants on this first day get full access to the entirety of the convention for free. Seats for students and teachers are limited
Become A Sponsor
The Annual Native Hawaiian Convention brings together Native Hawaiian and Pacific Island cultural practitioners, educators, healthcare and housing providers, business leaders, kupuna and future leaders from our next generation. It is the largest and most consequential convening on issues of importance to Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in Hawai‘i.
Our partners’ continued support for our annual convention has allowed CNHA to grow as an organization and expand our services to kōkua our community.
Attendees will received reduced pricing for parking at the Sheraton Waikīkī Hotel with ticket validation at the registration table. Parking validation is valid for a maximum of 12 hours per day, one-time entry. Pricing is as follows:
$10 self-parking daily
$15 valet parking daily
HOTEL BOOKING FOR ATTENDEES
Reduced rate for hotel rooms at the Sheraton Waikīkī are sold out.
Mahalo to our Sponsors
Transforming Hawaiʻi Nei
As we reflect on Hawai‘i’s history, we see moments that are ripe for hulihia, windows where deep transformation will occur. There is perhaps no better time than today, in the anticipated wake of COVID-19, to boldly transform Hawai’i.