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Grove Farm Foundation

History of Giving

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, the Grove Farm Foundation is focused on building communities through supporting educational enrichment opportunities; promoting employee volunteerism; enhancing and protecting the environment; assisting health and human service projects; and creating economic opportunities for Kaua’i’s sustainable future.

Grove Farm Foundation Initiatives

Grove Farm has been funding its 501(c)(3) charitable foundation with roughly $350,000 annually. The money is used for several charitable purposes, including supporting education through scholarships for Kauaʻi students. Other opportunities for our Kaua'i community include food drives for local parishes and VA office to aid the homeless, child care services, youth sports groups, and more.

Grove Farm Scholarship Program

The Grove Farm Scholars Program is one of the largest scholarships within the State of Hawaii. This merit-based scholarship is offered to local high school seniors graduating from one of Kaua’i’s three public high schools -- Kapa’a High, Kaua’i High, or Waimea High -- who will be attending a four-year university or college. Each year, three scholarships are awarded, each valued at $20,000. Since the program's inception, Grove Farm has awarded $840,000 in scholarships.

Visit our Scholarship Program page to find more information on how to apply and previously awarded scholars.

Scholarship Program

Employee Volunteer Grant

Grove Farm established an Employee Volunteer Grants Program to encourage employees to support Kaua'i’s communities through the gift of valuable volunteer service. By personally investing their time and energy to further the cause of local non-profit organizations, Grove Farm employees are able to directly impact and positively influence Kaua'i's future.