Kapolei Community Development Corporation
Kapolei Community          Development Corporation

Kapolei Community Development Corporation (KCDC) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit board comprising of current and future Kapolei homestead volunteers.  Our mission is to foster family and cultural preservation founded in the tenets of Community, Culture, Education and Partnerships.

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Malama Aina Day at Kipuka

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KCDC is honored by the Hawai‘i State Senate.

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ABOUT US

Learn more about us and meet our dedicated volunteer board.

 

OUR PROJECTS

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Hō‘ihi i ka wā hala, ka‘i i ka wā mua.
Respecting the past, leading the future.

VISION & MISSION

VISION
KCDC envisions Kapolei homesteads as a vital and thriving group contributing to the positive growth of the larger community.  KCDC sees developing partnerships to implement programs or services able to enhance quality of life and promote self-sufficiency.  KCDC pictures instilling a Hawaiian sense of community by incorporating traditional values in the daily practice of relating to people and places with aloha.

  • Aloha –  We abide in our faith by showing respect, harmony, and  kindness.
  • Mālama – We are good stewards who care for our families, our communities and the 'āina.
  • Kōkua  – We look beyond ourselves and reach to help others.

 

MISSION
KCDC mission is to foster family and cultural preservation founded in the tenets of Community, Culture, Education and Partnerships. (26 April 2009)

 

 

ASSETS

Ho‘omaka: Purposed as an economic resource generating revenue to sustain operations and establish the Heritage Center.

 

Heritage Center:  Multi-purpose educational and social center where cultural heritage is present in a contemporary environment.

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P.O. Box 700911
Kapolei, HI 96709