Corporate Responsibility

Na Aliʻi sustains an active social entrepreneurship mission that helps us support the community that fosters our success.

Na Aliʻi is owned by a new Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO), the Nakupuna Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to the economic advancement of the Native Hawaiian Community. Learn more here:

We strive to have a positive overall effect on our community and focus our efforts into three key areas:


STEM Educational Programs

Supporting a lifelong interest in science, technology, engineering, and math for Native Hawaiian students who possess the desire to learn but often lack access to educational opportunities.

Supporting our Veterans and Military

Giving back to those who give so much to protect our freedom and way of life.

Hawaiian Cultural Preservation

Contributing to the betterment of our Native Hawaiian Community and promoting its culture both on and off the islands.


Direct Community Engagement

Adopting a classroom at Garrison Elementary School

We are dedicated to staying actively involved in our communities and encourage our employees to support causes and organizations they believe in.

During the 2016 Holiday Season, Na Aliʻi worked with Garrison Elementary School in Washington, DC, to identify some students who needed a little extra help during the holidays. Na Aliʻi staff volunteered and “adopted” a total of 26 students and bought gifts for each of them. Just before the kids went on break, we wrapped the gifts and dropped them off at Garrison. The students were ecstatic, and we were proud to participate in an event that helped to brighten the holiday season for these outstanding students.

Our Partners

We are proud to work with and support these organizations.

Purple Maiʻa

The Purple Maiʻa foundation fosters access to technology education for underserved youth in Hawaii.

Mālama Loko Ea

The Mālama Loko Ea is an educational outreach effort where students learn and practice land stewardship and nohona Hawaii (living and practicing Hawaiian culture) based around the restoration of the Loko Ea fishpond.

Ke Aliʻi Pauahi Foundation

The Ke Aliʻi Pauahi Foundation supports the Kamehameha Schools for Native Hawaiian students and economic development for the Native Hawaiian Community.

Warrior Expeditions

Warrior Expeditions offers hikes, bike rides, canoe trips, and other activities designed to help combat veterans transition from military service back to civilian life.

Navy Safe Harbor Foundation

The Navy Safe Harbor Foundation aims to ensure every service member is given an opportunity to recover after a serious injury by coordinating non-medical care and providing for families of the service members.