Hoʻāla Local Impact Grants

Protecting the environment of the local community.

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Hoʻāla Grant Program

Island Energy’s Hoʻāla program is dedicated to protecting the environment of the local community while also offsetting your tailpipe emissions every time you fill up. We believe one of the most effective ways to do this is by investing both dollars and volunteers to support strategic environmental projects that contribute to the revitalization, restoration, and protection of the Hawaiian environment.

Grant Requirements

Ho‘āla Industrial Project

Project Types:

Environmental projects that impact the local community including:


Environment protection or restoration


Youth education programs


Community beautification


Community gardens


Local wildlife habitat protection, restoration, or creation

Ho‘āla Project Verification

Project Requirements:


Projects must empower local volunteers of all skill levels to make a lasting impact in their community.


Projects led by Texaco in Hawai’i team members are not eligible for community grants.


Your organization will be responsible for the following:

Providing ongoing support if necessary

Maintaining ADA and safety regulation compliance to ensure the safety of volunteers

Hoʻāla Grant Awards

Island Energy Services and the Hoʻāla program offer grant awards up to $1,500.00 to approved 501(c)(3) designated organizations (recognized and in good standing with the IRS for a minimum of one year) and tax-exempt public service agencies in the state of Hawai’i that are using the power of volunteers to improve the environment in the communities we serve.

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Hoʻāla Grant Application

The Hoʻāla Grant application is now open.
If your organization and project meets the requirements listed above, please fill out the form below.

Approved applications will be notified four to six weeks after the submission deadline.