KAILUA — The Harold K.L. Castle Foundation announced today that its board of directors in April approved $2.85 million in grants to nine community organizations targeting everything from youth-at-risk to furloughed women prisoners to Polynesian voyaging to protecting our coastal communities.
“We are thrilled to be able to continue the legacy of giving in this 50th anniversary year of the Harold K.L. Castle Foundation,” said Terry George, the Foundation’s executive vice president and chief operating officer. “Harold Castle had a unique vision when he created the Foundation in 1962. Today, his vision of philanthropy continues to touch so many lives and inspires so many people to help each other and to care for our Island culture and the environment.”