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Our Mission

The mission of Hawaii Community Reinvestment Corporation is to provide innovative financing, training, and consulting services to public and private organizations who engage in building livable communities in Hawai`i.

HCRC seeks to accomplish our mission by facilitating affordable housing, community development, community development facilities, and economic development statewide.

Community Impacts/ Donations

Donations

At HCRC, our goal is to provide below market rate financing and other innovative funding resources to facilitate affordable housing, community development and economic development statewide. Interest and fees assessed for our loans and programs do not cover all of the costs to support these vital financial resources. To ensure that we are able to continue our mission and work in providing much needed financial resources, we truly need your help.

Make your gift by mail to HCRC to help us support our mission. Checks should be made payable to Hawaii Community Reinvestment Corporation and mailed to:

Hawaii Community Reinvestment Corporation
P.O. Box 3409
Honolulu, HI 96801

Please remember to include your name and address.

HCRC is an organization exempt from federal income taxes under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code allowing you to deduct your contributions under Section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code. HCRC’s Federal Tax Identification Number is 99-0282148.

Thank you!

Since our inception, HCRC's mission has been to create and preserve the inventory of affordable housing in Hawaii. HCRC has made available over $190.0 million to finance more than 60 projects with over 3,000 units statewide as follows:

Oahu:

    • Palm Villas (Ewa)
    • Kaopa Park Place (Kailua)
    • Maunawai Place (Moiliili)
    • Lakeview Circle (Wahiawa
    • Weinberg Hale (Moiliili)
    • Lani Huli (Kailua)
    • Emerson Villa (Punchbowl)
    • Cambra Apartments (Wahiawa)
    • Coronado (Ewa)
    • Wilikina Park (Wahiawa)
    • Dynasty Apartments (Waikiki)
    • Hale Nanea Apartments (Kalihi)
    • Kamahalo Apartments (Punchbowl)
    • Birch Street Apartments (Makiki)
    • Kekaulike Courtyards (Chinatown)
    • Central Area Properties (Kalihi)
    • Creekside Apartments (Kailihi)
    • Wisteria Vista Apartments (Makiki)
    • Farrington/Piliuka (Waianae)
    • Kalakaua Vista (Waikiki)
    • Senior Residence at Kaneohe (Kaneohe)
    • River Pauahi Apartments (Chinatown)
    • Artesian Vista (Maikiki)
    • Wilder Vista (Makiki)
    • Keola Hoomalu (Waianae)
    • Kinau Street Apartments (Makiki)
    • Piikoi Vista (Makiki)
    • Ainahau Vista (Waikiki)
    • California Avenue Apartments (Wahiawa)
    • Courtyards at Mililani Mauka (Mililani)
    • Mokuola Vista (Waipahu)
    • Villas at Aeloa (Kapolei)
    • Hale Wai Vista I (Waianae)

Hawaii (Big Island):

    • Hilo Hale Ohana (Hilo)
    • Maile Terrace (Hilo)
    • Kalola Apartments (Kailua-Kona)
    • Lincoln Courtside (Hilo)
    • KeKumu at Waikoloa (Waikoloa)
    • Alii Kai Apartments (Hilo)
    • Hale Olu Hoi III (Hilo)
    • Cunningham Building (Hilo)
    • Pikake Apartments (Hilo)
    • Hualalai Elderly Phase II (Kailua-Kona)
    • Kamana Elderly (Hilo)
    • Kamuela Senior Housing (Kamuela)

Kauai:

    • Kekaha Elderly (Kekaha)
    • Kalepa Village (Hanamaulu)

Maui:

  • Upper Kula (Kula)
  • Uwapo Apartments (Kihei)
  • Weinberg Court (Lahaina)
  • Hale Makana O Waiale (Wailuku)
  • Elua (Kahului)
  • Front Street Apartments (Lahaina)