November 12, 2019

On behalf of our Board of Directors, it is my pleasure to invite you to our Annual Membership Meeting on December 18, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. at the CNHA Headquarters (91-1270 Kinoiki Street).  Following our Annual Meeting we invite you to join us at our Holiday Pāʻina from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. (across the street at Moani Island Bistro and Bar) as we celebrate CNHA’s growth and success over the last year.

Annual Meeting Agenda

  • Membership Roster
  • Convention Report
  • Financial Report
  • Board Election Results

Meeting Information and Board Elections

Several of our board member terms have ended creating (9) nine vacancies on our Board of Directors.  We are excited that (11) eligible member organizations have expressed interest in filling these vacancies.  By December 1, 2019, please vote below for up to (9) nine organizations to serve on the CNHA Board.  Please read the information provided on the link before submitting a ballot, as not all members are eligible to vote. The election results will be shared at our Annual Meeting.

In addition to voting for your Board of Directors, we are encouraging everyone who is unable to attend our Annual Meeting to proxy their vote to a fellow member.  As members of CNHA it is important that your views be represented.  Complete the form below to proxy your vote.

Holiday Pāʻina

CNHA is happy to host our members, partners, supporters and funders at our annual Holiday Pāʻina at Moaniʻs Bistro and Bar – located at Ka Makana Aliʻi Shopping Center.  Enjoy a Hawaiian buffet lunch, entertainment by Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award Winning Artists Nā Hoa, and holidays games hosted by CNHA’s Administrative Staff.

We value your membership and continued support and look forward to seeing all of you in December.

Should you have any questions please feel free to contact us at 808.596.8155 or via e-mail at

E malama pono,

Kūhiō Lewis

President  & CEO

If you are a "voting member" and your organization is not listed, please contact us at 808-596-8155. Voting members are defined as:
1. Native Hawaiian Trusts established to benefit primarily Native Hawaiians
2. Native Hawaiian Trusts established by state or federal law for the benefit of Native Hawaiians
3. Native Hawaiian not-for-profit organizations that provide services primarily to Native Hawaiians
4. Institutions, agencies, public bodies that have significant contribution and impact to Native Hawaiian affairs or cultural preservation
Individual members are not voting members
If you selected "unable to attend", please complete the proxy form below